Economic Development

Industrial Park

Huron Industrial Business Park Available Land

State Route 269 (Lassen Avenue through the City) and State Route 198 connect to Interstate 5 (I-5) and State Routes 43, 41 and 99. To capitalize on its location, the City purchased land along State Route 269 near the northern edge of town to develop as a “shovel ready” commercial and industrial park site. This site is exceptional in that it is within 5 miles of State Route 198 and 15 miles of I-5.

Available sites are rough graded and ready with water, sewer, storm drainage, major street improvements (fire hydrants, street lights, sidewalks, and street trees), gas and electrical service conduits ready for service extensions. A range of parcel sizes are available and City can adjust the lot sizes within reason to meet client needs.

The Huron City Council and staff realize that time is of the essence in business development. We are ready to assist and guide you through the process necessary to gain Council approval for your project. Your success is our success!

Transportation and Shipping

Within 15 miles
Interstate 5, State Route 269 and State Route 198
Within 30 miles
State Route 43 and State Route 41
Within 50 miles
State Route 99

Rail Service
San Joaquin Valley Rail Road Company, Burlington Northern Santa Fe,
Union Pacific Rail Road

Bus Service
Fresno County Rural Transit Agency and Orange Belt Stages

Fresno Yosemite International (60 miles northeast)

Port Facility/Entry
Stockton (150 miles northeast via I-5)
Alameda (180 miles northwest via I-5)
Long Beach (215 miles south via I-5)

Housing Development

  • Housing Assistance programs

First Time Home Buyer (FTHB)

Housing Rehabilitation program (OOR)