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Relocate to San Jacinto

Relocating Made Simple!

The San Jacinto Valley is easy to find your way around. Maps of are valley are available at both cities offices (Hemet and San Jacinto). Making your transition easier, a list of the utilities, schools, hospital, urgent care facilities, and public transportation needs are available at the chamber office or city offices. Becoming a San Jacinto Valley resident, you will love our sunny weather 10 months out of the year!

With so much to see and do around the San Jacinto Valley, it’s a good thing the area offers 2 Visitor Information centers.   Be sure to stop in at one of our Visitor Information centers – we want you to be as prepared as possible to see and experience all that you can during your San Jacinto Valley visit.

The San Jacinto Valley hosts a wide variety of year ‘round activities and recreational opportunities that highlight the best Mother Nature has to offer.  All this and more helpful information can be found at the two Visitor Information centers found in the area.

If you wish to experience the outdoors, the San Jacinto Valley is for you.  There are countless ways to enjoy the fresh air, a variety of lakes, pristine mountains,  and natural wonders located in this one-of-a-kind location in the heart of Southern California.

Besides a variety of lodging found in the San Jacinto Valley , there are many campgrounds and RV Resorts in the area too.  There are numerous hiking and biking trails, parks, golfing ~ you name it, the San Jacinto Valley has it.

Valley Wide Parks and Recreation District sponsors youth and adult sports leagues as well as a huge offering of other programs suitable for all ages.



Climate

Climate

The weather in San Jacinto is moderate. Summers are warm and winters are mild. You can usually count on a nice sunny day since San Jacinto averages 342 days of sunshine each year.

Housing

Housing

San Jacinto offers a variety of affordable homes ranging in price from $85,000 to $275,000, available for everyone from first-time buyers to retirees in San Jacinto. Seniors will find small, self contained communities of both mobile home parks and conventional homes.

Schools

Schools

San Jacinto is served by the San Jacinto Unified School District. If you're wondering which school your child should attend, you can use this handy online application: San Jacinto Unified School Locator.

Population

Population

San Jacinto is home to a diverse population. Currently, the population of San Jacinto is 45,563**. Population has grown 172% since 1990 Current Population: 45,563 Median Age: 33.6 Average Household Size: 3.38

Employment

Employment

San Jacinto has a diverse business and job base that includes the manufacturing sector as well as the non-manufacturing sector of agriculture, retail and other support services. Principal manufacturing products include electronic components, mobile homes, casting and parts assembly. Retail, service and medical providers are also valued industries. The area’s labor force includes professional, skilled and semi-skilled workers.

Location

Location

Located at the base of the San Jacinto mountains and adjacent to the San Jacinto River, the City of San Jacinto has much to offer residents and businesses alike. As the oldest incorporated city in Riverside county, you'll find an eclectic combination of the old and the new.

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