Tulare is located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, half way between Los Angeles and San Francisco. To our east is the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range which is the home to the Sequoia National Park. The view of the mountains is breathtaking on a clear day. To our west is the Coastal Mountain Range and you can reach the Pacific Ocean in 2 hours.
The soil is rich, allowing agriculture to flourish. Our economy is built on the crops the farmers harvest and the milk the dairyman produce. Beyond agriculture we have amenities similar to other cities with a population of 63,000 people. We are a medium sized community with a small town feel. Also, the real estate in Tulare is reasonable for California. Tulare is a great place to call home.
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Tulare Business and Education Council, a collaboration between the Chamber, Tulare Joint Union High School District, Tulare City Schools and College of the Sequoias, is looking for businesses to connect with. Our goal is to enhance the partnership of local employers with our schools. Businesses and public sector entities are invited to engage in one or more ways such as; classroom speaker, job shadow host, internship site, and/or participant in campus career educational fairs. Currently, we have two student interns working on the development of a resource database of employers that the chamber can utilize to provide interested employers as a resource to education. Please click HERE to review the flyer, HERE for the sign-up sheet and consider partnering with us.
Tulare Chamber of Commerce provides Tools for Business on its website, with local, state, federal and best-of-the-web resources to start and grow businesses. Tools for Business contains a business start-up kit with all the forms to comply with government requirements, links to funding resources, green business practices, business tax incentives, employer resources, online classes and more. It is also viewable in Spanish.