graphicWith a growth rate in excess of 10% (calculated by the Mohave Valley Chamber of Commerce during an early 1992 demographic study of the area) and a 1998 population estimated near 20,000, Mohave Valley is one of the fastest growing areas in the state, which is substantiated by the hundreds of homes currently under construction in the area. The projected population growth is: 27,571 for 2003, for 2008 it is 38,667, and for 2018 it is 49,349. It is readily apparent that our little corner of Arizona a clearly a fast-growing area.

2000 Census Figures:

Mohave Valley 13,694
Bullhead City 33,769
Laughlin, NV 7,076
Mohave County 155,032
Arizona 1.5 million
Mohave Valley:
White 83.0%
Hispanic 12.0%
Native American 2.0%
Asian 1.0%
Other 2.0%

graphicCreating Economic Vitality

An industrial corridor, along Interstate 40 from the Arizona/California border crossing the Colorado River and extending 42 miles to the city of Kingman, is bringing even more economic growth to the region. The area has adequate water, natural gas, electric power and an outstanding transportation network. There is an abundance of attractively-priced land available along the 42 miles of the industrial corridor.

Due to its well-educated and trained labor force, various industries thrive in Mohave Valley/Fort Mojave. Conducting operations here are light industrial manufacturers and warehouses as well as a multitude of offices and service industries. Important too, are the first-rate facilities that support them. Many additional acres of land in the region are destined for further industrial development.

The Mohave Valley Chamber of Commerce coordinates efforts with county and business leaders to form partnerships that promote further success in business, industry and commerce throughout the region. These partnerships arrange meetings and provide a wealth of valuable information to the public and private sectors. Stimulating growth in Mohave Valley’s thriving industrial sector is as important as ever, considering the recent strides made in manufacturing, tourism, ranching, warehouse/distribution, mining and many more industries. The Valley’s low overall cost of living further illustrates how it has become one of the most cost-efficient regions in the West for industry.


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