The City of Industry is committed to becoming the most business-friendly city in California and is dedicated to creating an environment where businesses can thrive and expand. Businesses are attracted to the City of Industry because there are no business license fees, no manufacturing fees, no utility taxes, and no hour restrictions for operation.
The City of Industry is located in the San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County. Incorporated in 1957, the City has become an economic engine for Southern California and the state. The City’s commitment to economic activity has benefited the overall region’s quality of life through its support of regional transportation projects and community programs.
Economic Hub for the Region
- Approximately 3,000 businesses that employ 67,000 people.
- These businesses support approximately 209,000 jobs in Los Angeles County.
- The City contributes $11.5 billion in taxes to Los Angeles County (split between federal, state and local taxes).
- Newly launched Development One-Stop Shop with LA County
- Building & Safety Personnel brings coordinated response times on plan submittals down from months to weeks.
Investments in Regional Infrastructure
- $35 Million commitment to the 57/60 confluence project to improve one of the most congested stretches of freeway in the country.
- Invested millions of dollars to reduce traffic and improve public safety by building grade separations at railway intersections.
- Secured grants to fund various improvements to the Nelson Avenue Bridge in La Puente, including an overall widening of the bridge.
- Helped fund the Valley Boulevard Improvement project to increase public safety and reduce noise along the boulevard.