Menifee to Become Future Industrial Center?

A new report from Lee & Associates says that industrial growth in South West Riverside County is expected to climb steadily, though not ...

A new report from Lee & Associates says that industrial growth in South West Riverside County is expected to climb steadily, though not rapidly.

As covered by the Press Enterprise, the report goes on to note that southern-most cities, Temecula and Murrieta will face the slowest growth due to "lack of infrastructure", while Perris and Menifee will enjoy more growth.

This is largely the same observation that I've been told by people with the previous chambers of commerce and the cityhood incorporation committee. Perris and Menifee sit in the middle of a growing region of business and industry, with Temecula/Murrieta to the south, Riverside/Moreno Valley to the north, Hemet/San Jacinto to the east, and Lake Elsinore/Corona to the west.

Perris and Menifee also sit in the middle of some major thoroughfares running through Riverside County, the I-215, I-15, Hwy 74, and Ramona Expressway. Soon, Railroad Canyon Rd will be realigned with Domenigoni Pkwy and will create a corridor connecting Lake Elsinore and Hemet with Menifee sitting in the middle.

Last month, I wrote an article saying that if the cityhood effort fails in Menifee, that this area will become drawn up and quartered by surrounding cities. But if cityhood succeeds, then we who live here get to decide how Menifee develops.

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