To assist restaurants and retail, Moreno Valley created a simple, free permit
to allow restaurants, gyms, services and salons to safely deliver services in
an outdoor setting.
And the City-run Employment Resource Center remained open to the public,
where local employers conducted virtual job recruitments and residents
from all over Southern California attended virtual workshops and searched
local job postings.
More than 50 percent of Moreno Valley residents
are employed as white-collar professionals. The City
has a strong workforce of more than 88,000. March
Air Reserve Base is the City’s largest employer with
9,600 employees. The second largest is Amazon,
Moreno Valley offers some of the most affordable
corporate lease and land values, as well as the best
housing value and cost of living, in all of Southern
California. The average home value is in the mid
Cost of doing business is low, with no payroll or
local wage ordinance.
Moreno Valley offers an array of incentives to new
A dedicated business concierge service
Unparalleled plan check turnaround times
A city-owned electric utility offering electric
rate discounts that range from 7% to 26.5%.
Businesses may receive an additional two percent
discount for hiring 20 percent of their workforce
from Moreno Valley residents or an additional
four percent discount for hiring 40 percent of
their workforce from Moreno Valley residents.
Additional rebates exist for solar power and
energy efficiency upgrades.
“Hire MoVal,” of fering reimbursements for
local hire of graduates and veterans, as well as
business license fee waivers and small business
Designated Foreign Trade Zone.
For more information, visit our website at www.morenovalleybusiness.com, email edteam@
morenovalleybusiness.com, or call (951) 413-3460.