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Covering 37.18 square miles, Temecula is centrally located along the I-15/I-215 freeway corridor in Southwest California, just north of the San Diego County line.

85 miles southeast of Los Angeles
60 miles north of San Diego
61 miles southeast of Orange County

Population Growth

2000 to 2010 Population Growth (%) 84.11% increase
2010 to 2015 Population Growth (%) 10.10% increase
2011 Census Estimated Population for Riverside County  2.24 million
2010 Census Estimated Growth for past 10 years in Riverside County 41.7%                



Temecula's weather is comparable to the Napa Valley, as evidenced by a thriving wine industry, with warm, dry days and cool evenings.  Although separated from the Pacific by the Santa Rosa mountain range, the Rainbow Gap funnels the mild beach climate into the valley.

Average Daily Temperature mid 70s
Summer mid 80s to mid 90s
Winter mid 60s to mid 70s
Average Annual Rainfall 14 inches



Temecula residents have high discretionary incomes making the City an attractive location for retailers.  Over the past 10 years, Temecula's retail sector consistently outperformed statewide growth trends. 

2015 Est. Average Household Income $85,839
Average Age (Years) 35
2015 Est. Avg. Household Size (People) 3.25
2015 Est. Largest Population Group (age) 45-54(15.63%)
2015 Est. Number Of Households 33,830
Median Home Price, 2014 $423,300
Owner Occupied Housing, 2015 Est. 69.88%

Source:  Claritas, March 2015

Taxable Sales

In 2014, Temecula ranked #75 out of 539 CA taxing entities in sales tax revenue per capita.