City of Stockton

Stockton offers many advantages to businesses, both large and small. Located in the heart of the great Central Valley, Stockton is strategically positioned for quick and cost effective manufacturing and distribution of goods to major West Coast markets. It is situated along the San Joaquin Delta waterway which connects to the San Francisco Bay, and the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers.

With a population of over 310,000, Stockton is the 13th largest city in California and is rapidly becoming an integral part of the San Francisco Bay Area economy. Also, Stockton has a transportation network that includes a 35-foot deep inland seaport at the Port of Stockton for intermodal shipping, rail access, as well as an interstate freeway. Our Stockton Metropolitan Airport serves the current and future commercial, corporate business, and general aviation needs of the community and now features top-of-the-line air cargo capabilities. Stockton is the seat of San Joaquin County, the sixth largest agricultural county in the United States.

Stockton has a large diversified skilled and semi-skilled workforce with an affordable wage structure, in-place infrastructure, and an abundance of cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities. The University of the Pacific, a private university, opened it's campus in 1924, and now nearly 7,000 students enroll every year. San Joaquin Delta College is an accredited two-year college that provides undergraduate studies. Downtown Stockton revitalization is also underway with plenty of opportunities throughout the city as well.