The Region and our City of Manteca
We are a region on the rise. Businesses are expanding, companies are relocating to our city, our workforce is growing, and San Joaquin County has one of the nation’s hottest housing markets – driven by buyers seeking excellent schools, close-knit communities, great housing, and land prices, and a great quality of life.
Throughout the region, there are signs of economic growth: a world-class wine and agriculture industry; Tesla’s 431,000 square-foot manufacturing facility; the Prologis International Park of Commerce with anchor tenants like FedEx, Medline, and Amazon; and dozens of company startups or expansions which are all providing hundreds of new jobs.
Known as the “Family City,” Manteca offers an abundant variety of more affordable housing choices than the Bay Area, adding 650+ new homes every year. From 2018 to 20121 the population grew between 2.4 % and 3.4 % annually. We are a City experiencing fast growth with more than 3,000 housing permits approved and 9,000 entitled lots in various stages of processing.
The City of Manteca is the third-largest city in the County, with over an estimated 88,000 residents. Near Interstate HWY 5, Manteca intersects both HWY 120 and HWY 99 and it is often referred to as the Crossroads of California, lying just 76 miles east of San Francisco, 60 miles south of Sacramento, and 90 Miles West of Yosemite National Park. The City's size is 21 square miles and housing development is growing rapidly. Great things are happening in Manteca! Great Wolf Lodge recently opened in Manteca with its 500-room resort and indoor water park, which is projected to generate 500,000 tourist visits per year. Coupled with one of the best performing Big League Dreams Sports Complexes and Bass Pro Shops, Manteca is now a destination city and a great place for business. Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or (209) 456-8014.
Business Resource Links:
Economic Development: Visit Manteca's Economic Development Page.
Business Portal: See which permits you need for your business.
Business Licenses: Get information on new licenses or renewals.
Apply for License: Find out how to apply and get next steps.
Business FAQ: Get answers to frequently asked Questions
Zoning & Permitting: Visit this portal to get zone and fee info.
Geographic Information Systems: Information on city maps and data.
Street Sweeping Schedule: Find out the schedule for sweeping.
Small Business Administration: Find links to U.S. small business resources.
STAA Truck Routes: Get information on truck routes.
Utilities for Business: Get information on setting up utilities.