News from the City of Coachella
Coachella, CA: The City of Coachella is known as the “City of Eternal Sunshine” and the “Gateway to the Salton Sea”, and along with its largely young, rural and family oriented demographics makes it one of the most appealing and up-and-coming areas in Southern California and the County of Riverside. The City of Coachella was incorporated on December 13, 1946. According to the 2010 U.S. Census and Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), the City of Coachella has a population of over 46,000 people with forecasting numbers that indicate a population of 135,000 by 2035, making it the 2nd largest city in the Coachella Valley. The City has over 29 square miles of mix use zoning opportunities, such as agriculture, commercial retail, industrial and housing. This culturally rich and family oriented City has a median age of 24.5 years old with an average family size of 4.57/household.
The City of Coachella is pleased to offer an exciting economic development opportunity for a well‐qualified business entity to operate within the 2,024 square foot old fire station and current water billing building located at the City Hall site on 1515 Sixth Street in the Downtown Pueblo Viejo District (APN: 778-062-001).