Dinuba, California: Conveniently located near HWY 99 and CA 198 in the heart of Central California, the City of Dinuba has emerged as strategic location for industrial development within the San Joaquin Valley Fresno/Visalia region. The City actively seeks to create a welcoming and prosperous place to conduct business and call home. Dinuba's growth and economic prosperity can be attributed to its diverse economic base and pro-business climate. The City of Dinuba Economic Development team invites new and existing businesses to explore the many reasons to choose and expand in Dinuba.
Dinuba's government, community groups, and businesses work tirelessly to support the growth and prosperity of this great city. Dinuba continues to encourage and promote a positive, balanced, vital economy and preserve those unique qualities that are good for business and make Dinuba a very special place to live, work, and play.
Largest Employers: Ruiz Foods Inc. | Best Buy Regional Distribution Center | Patterson Logistics | Wal-Mart Super Center | Scout Specialties | Ed Dena's Auto Center
Community Retail Dashboard
The Retail360 Community Retail Dashboard provides the following information:
- Community Demographic Profile
- Retail Trade Area Demographic Profile
- Retail Trade Area Psychographic Profile
- Retail Trade Area Gap/Opportunity Analysis
- Retail Trade Area Retail Market Profile
- Workplace Population
- Dinuba Retail Sites
- GIS Tools
Open Community Retail Dashboard
Available on a per-project bases.
The City of Dinuba has a variety of City-owned properties available for development. Many of the large commercial sites are certified under the State Certified Sites Program.
A variety of available sites and buildings are available in the Dinuba area. Dinuba centralized location in Central California combined with our newly completed infrastructure have identified and certified potential for development. City-owned properties are not actively listed for sale. Properties are heald to preserve and enhance the City's commercial, residential, and industrial growth. Developers interested in purchasing City-owned property, should discuss conceptual project plans prior to submitting a letter of interest (LOI).
For more information regarding City-owned properties, please contact Daniel James at (559) 591-5900.