THE VICTOR VALLEY has attracted the interest of business, real estate, and site selection executives around the country and the world. The region's assets are plentiful, and include vast expanses of undeveloped land, right in the heart of Southern California. Local colleges and tech schools produce an educated and highly skilled labor force. Office, commercial, and industrial space is available at extremely favorable rates.
POSITIVE POPULATION GROWTH in every California High Desert city continues. Total population for the California High Desert area, commonly known as Victor Valley, is in excess of 400,000. The valley includes the communities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Lucerne Valley, Oak Hills, Phelan, Victorville and Wrightwood. As the Los Angeles Basin continues to grow in population, people look to migrate to the valley, as it is one of the most affordable areas to live.
• In 2009, the Victor Valley was ranked in the top 50 moving destinations.
• High Desert cities have been ranked in the Kosmont Companies-Rose Institute “Cost of Doing Business Survey” as being some of the least costly cities.
DEMOGRAPHICS - A dependable and qualified labor force is one of the keys to business success. The Victor Valley is home to a large and diverse pool of workers, and has many educational opportunities to ensure a qualified supply of workers for the future.
• 900,000 workers within a one hour drive
• 50,000 local residents who commute to outside jobs - and would love not to
• 34 area universities, colleges and technical schools
• Job training centers/vocational programs
• Affordable housing for all of your employees
• Incentive Programs, Employee training, wage reimbursement, and recruitment programs are available from the various cities, County of San Bernardino and State of California