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25% Twenty-five percent of the Tulare County population resides in Visalia.
40% Forty percent of all retail sales occur in Visalia.
49th Visalia is surprisingly the 49th largest city in California. This is from among 478 cities in the state.
$4 Billion Tulare County sells more than $4 billion in agricultural commodities annually.
120 There are 120 different agricultural commodities sold in Tulare County and 250 in the region.
$1 Million Many commodities produce more than $1 million in sales annually.
$20 Million There are two parking structures Downtown which cost almost $20 million to build and house more than 1,000 free parking spaces.
$500,000 More than $500,000 in business incentives provided to date.Parking in-lieu fees are waived for a change of business use (paid by PBID).
$1 Million More than $1,000,000 invested in Downtown parking by PBID.
11,000 More than 11,000 Free Parking Spaces Downtown
Parking There are 3,892 on street and 7,698 off-street parking spaces.

 

VISALIA DEMOGRAPHICS (2008 Figures)

Labor Force QualityTransportationBudgets

Median Age: 31
Bachelors Degree or Higher 13,366
High School or Higher 56,871
Bachelors Degree or Higher 19.09%
High School or Higher 81.24%
White Collar Workers 62%
Blue Collar Workers 37%
Young and Educated 3%
Universities in Community 2
Universities in County + 50 miles 7
Community Colleges in Community 2
Community Colleges in County + 30 miles 12
Airports in City 1
Airports in City + 50 miles 17
Distance to Interstate (miles) In Community
Distance to Rail (miles) In Community
Latitude 36.32463
Longitude -119.32065
Home Value (Median) $265,000
Household Expenditures (Average) $55,922
Household Income (Median) $51,829
Top State Corporate Income Tax 8.8%
Top State Personal Capital Gains Tax 10.30%
Top State Corporate Capital Gains Tax 8.8%
City Tax Rate 9.0%
Federal Superfund Sites: 1