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City of Tracy

Tracy, sometimes known as “Silicon Valley East” has rapidly grown in specific white-collar industries, including management, business, science, and arts (defined by the Census Bureau's American Community Survey). 
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City of Lathrop
Lathrop is one of Northern California’s fastest-growing most comprehensive Master Planned Communities, experiencing the region’s highest population growth rate. (Photo source: pns-locksmith.com)

Lodi Wine CountryLodi is economically anchored in retail, health care, and hospitality. Agriculture also contributes to Lodi’s local economy, with grapes dominating. (Photo Source: felixwong.com)

Related imageManteca attracts commercial and industrial businesses, and it’s an affordable place for commuters. Manteca has recently undergone economic revitalization efforts, making it one of the most successful economies within our region. (Photo source: LDA Architects and Designers)

Image of Stockton Waterfront

Stockton is our region’s largest city. It has fourteen fully improved industrial and business parks, nine of which have rail access. Stockton also boasts the Port of Stockton, improving goods movement and providing the city core many jobs.

City of EscalonEscalon, a small community of less than 8,000, is known as the “Land of Peaches and Cream” and historically served as a “stepping stone” for the railroad. (Photo Source: City of Escalon)

Image result for Ripon caRipon, known as “the Jewel of the Valley”, is relatively small and local enough for residents to commute to other parts of our region or the Bay Area. (Photo Source: http://static.panoramio.com/)