Doing Business in SWRC
The City of Murrieta has it all, starting with a strong sense of community, a business-friendly atmosphere, a focus on growing the economy, maintaining a safe and prosperous community, and offering high levels of public service. Now is the time to stop your staff from commuting and locate your business in Murrieta. Come visit us and see for yourself.
The Economic Development Department is located within the City Manager’s office at City Hall and is positioned to be a liaison between the city government and the business community. We understand business and the need to get you open as quickly as possible!
Wildomar is open for business!
Located on the I-15 freeway in beautiful Southwest Riverside County, Wildomar has tremendous opportunities for development in retail, hotel, and office.
Wildomar goes the extra mile!
Businesses succeed and thrive when they have access to pertinent resources. That’s why we have carefully cultivated relationships with entities such as the U.S. Department of Commerce, Board of Equalization (BOE), Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), the Murrieta-Wildomar Chamber of Commerce, and California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (CMTC)… and many more. Please contact us immediately if we can help your business!
The City of Murrieta really has it all, starting with a strong sense of community, a business-friendly atmosphere, a focus on growing the economy, maintaining a safe and prosperous community, and offering high levels of public service. Murrieta has affordable home and land prices and a wide range of housing options available from single family dwellings up to estate and ranch style homes and is consistently ranked one of the best cities to raise a family in California. Click here to obtain site selection data & learn more about why Murrieta Make Sense.
SCORE grows successful small businesses across America, one business at a time.
We Help Small Businesses Like Yours
SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. We have been doing this for nearly fifty years. Because our work is supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and thanks to our network of 11,000+ volunteers, we are able to deliver our services at no charge or at very low cost.
The Riverside County Workforce Development Board (WDB) provides oversight for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs in the county. The WDB acts as a catalyst to provide seamless services among various workforce programs and provides community leadership around workforce issues.
There are five ways that WDB can carry out their role:
- CONVENER - Bringing together business, labor, education, and economic development to focus on community workforce issues
- WORKFORCE ANALYST - Developing, disseminating and understanding current labor market and economic information and trends
- BROKER - Bring together systems to solve common problems, or broker new relationships with businesses and workers
- COMMUNITY VOICE - Advocating for the importance of workforce policy, providing perspective about the need for skilled workers
- CAPACITY BUILDER - Enhancing the region's ability to meet the workforce needs of local employers