City of Vista Business Climate Data
The City of Vista, located along North San Diego County's 78 Corridor, is home to over 102,000 people spread across 30,150 households.
Since 2010, the City has grown by 8% - a rate higher than the San Diego region as a whole. It has earned a spot as the 7th fastest growing city in the region.
With a median age of 31.9, Vista's population is almost four years younger than the San Diego regional median age of 35.7.
Vista is San Diego's craft beer capital, with the most craft breweries per capita of any California city. With more than 21.3 million sq ft of commercial, retail, and industrial space, Vista is also home to high tech manufacturing and R&D.
View more data in the City of Vista Economic Development Community Profile below:
Average Daily Traffic Volumes - view average count of vehicles North Bound and South Bound on major roads
Street Map - map of City streets
City GIS Map - interactive map of the City
Current City Development Projects Interactive Map - projects in the planning process or under construction
Current Opportunity Zone Development Projects Interactive Map - projects only within the Vista Opportunity Zone
Zoning Map for Downtown Vista Opportunity Zone - see zoning for different areas of the Vista Opportunity Zone
Zoning and General Use Maps - view permitted uses throughout the City
City of Vista Community Profile (shown above)
Specific Plans for different areas of focus within the City of Vista, including the Downtown Specific Plan
Small Business Survey Report by Innovate78
Tech Industry Report by Innovate78
San Diego's Precision Health Ecosystem by Regional EDC
Regional Water Study by Regional EDC
International Trade and Competitiveness Study by Regional EDC
For more information about city resources available to business in Vista, please visit the Economic Development page.
Explore More Economic Development Resources