City of Wildomar

The City of Wildomar is located directly in the path of growth stemming from the near-build out conditions in the cities of Temecula and Murrieta.

Wildomar is strategically located along the I-15 Corridor, an area that many residential builders are looking at as “the next Orange County.” Historically a bedroom community, Wildomar is growing significantly with retail and service components in a mad dash to catch up with its growing population. City planners estimate that Wildomar is more than 50 percent built-out of residential land.

The City of Wildomar was incorporated in July of 2008. It encompasses 24 square miles and is bordered by the Santa Rosa Mountains to the west, the City of Lake Elsinore to the north, the City of Murrieta to the south and the City of Menifee to the east.

The community of Wildomar dates back to the 1880s when it was a small farming community along the railroad line leading from San Diego to San Bernardino. The present day population is estimated at 32,922 according to a US Census Bureau estimate in 2011.

The city is served by the Inland Valley Medical Center, which is designated as a regional trauma center and part of the Southwest Healthcare system. Mt. San Jacinto College owns a parcel of land along the Clinton-Keith Corridor and is planning a college extension for the area.

• Incorporated in July of 2008
• 24 Square Miles
• Population of approximately 33,000 [1]
• Estimated Population of 42,475 by 2020 [2]
• Approximately 11,123 housing units in 2010 [2]
• Estimated 12,722 housing units in 2015, and 14,537 in 2020 [2]

Located along the I-15 Corridor, the City of Wildomar is well positioned for growth. The Rancon Group considers Wildomar a prime area for future development in both the commercial and residential sectors.

Footnotes
[1] US Census