Murrieta

GENERAL

CDBG applications now available to targeted nonprofits, public agencies

Applications are being sought for spending Murrieta’s share of a federal grant aimed at providing services to lower income people.

GENERAL

RCMEA October Roundtable event

The Riverside County Manufacturers and Exporters Association South West Cluster will host a manufacturers roundtable on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.

GENERAL

2014 Third Annual Coworking Week Celebration Aug. 4-8

As professional coworking spaces have become recognized throughout the world, National Coworking Day will be observed Aug. 9, 2014 in the U.S.

TECHNOLOGY

InSoCal Connect appoints new executive director

GOVERNMENT

Murrieta city manager issues message to the community

Murrieta news archive

Visitor Information

The young Don Juan Murrieta saw vast open spaces set in the midst of an expansive valley. Greened by the grasses that covered the area, the valley was dotted with oak trees, and sycamores lined the creeks. Such natural beauty, he thought, and such a practical choice. So, he bought 52,000 acres.
Don Juan was only 18 when he arrived in California from Spain in 1863, settling with two brothers in the San Joaquin Valley where they took up sheep ranching.

When Don Juan came looking here seven years later, he found an area that had changed little since it was first seen in 1797 by a party of Spaniards searching for a mission site. The perfect location, he found, for the 100,000 sheep he herded south from Merced to the new ranch he bought in 1873.

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Business Information

Entrepreneurs find a market growing larger by the day, above average household incomes, a skilled labor force and a business-friendly city hall.

Murrieta's special business corridors include hundreds of acres of prime business sites. With easy access and freeway visibility, these valuable sites have much of the developer's job already done.

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Murrieta Businesses

Rancon Real Estate

41391 Kalmia St., Ste. 100
Murrieta, CA
  • Murrieta Service Providers
  • Real Estate

City of Murietta

1 Town Square
Murietta, CA
  • Animal Welfare
  • Business Development
  • City Services
  • Murrieta Service Providers
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Whether you are looking to start a company in Murrieta, move a company to Murrieta, or simply for your own general interest, this guide is a great resource to all of Murrieta's amenities.
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Profiles: Murrieta Technology Companies

The city of Murrieta is pleased to be the home of more than 100 manufacturing and other companies in such fields as aerospace, medical devices, biosciences and clean tech. The city is currently working to profile a number of these companies that will be showcased in this section of our website. Murrieta welcomes business and the city would be pleased to let readers know more about the technology and other businesses in Murrieta.

Murrieta sponsors 'Doing Business with Camp Pendleton' event

More than 70 businesses participated in the "Doing Business with Camp Pendleton" workshop held recently at the Murrieta Public Library and sponsored by the city of Murrieta's Economic Development Department.

Movie Theaters

41090 California Oaks Rd.
Murrieta, CA, 92562

To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.

Newsmakers

Murrieta Mayor Rick Gibbs

City of Murrieta Mayor Rick Gibbs talks about the benefits of doing business with the city.

Upcoming Events

Accessing Capital and Building Business Credit

Mon, Sep 8
8:00am 10:30am
Murrieta City Hall
Murrieta
Learn about financing your business in all stages (starup. growth, expansion); Get an understanding of how a lender reviews your request; Learn about bank financing as well as alternative sources and more.

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

Mon, Sep 8
5:00pm
Murrieta City Hall
Murrieta
An information session will be held to discuss the application process and procedures for allocating Murrieta’s share of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). Applications are being sought for spending Murrieta’s share of a federal grant aimed at providing services to lower income people.
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