The City of Perris is located in the heart of Southern California, between San Diego and Los Angeles. Perris provides a diverse business market, personal and professional growth, affordable real estate, history and abundant recreational activities that together create a small-town atmosphere with a high-quality lifestyle. One of the fastest growing cities in California, Perris is a choice destination for families and businesses alike.
Perris is surrounded by great recreational facilities and has miles of frontage on Interstate 215; Perris is part of the JPA for March Air Force Reserve Base.
Among our accomplishments, we are proud to open the doors to the County’s premier Sheriffs’ station and the adjacent Dr. Robert Bruce Reid Clinic. Perris is also home to several LEED-certified industrial buildings including the 1.3-million square foot Hanesbrands distribution center — one of the largest LEED buildings in the world.
AB 341: Mandatory Commercial Recycling
Perris Business Owners: Beginning July 1, 2012, Assembly Bill 341 (AB 341) requires all businesses in California that generate four or more cubic yards of waste per week to recycle. In an effort to assist you with this new law, our contracted hauler (CR&R Incorporated), offers a wide variety of recycling services. Please visit their website for further information.
Your business may also donate and/or self-haul materials to a recycling facility. Information about California’s new business recycling requirement is available from the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle).
Interactive City Map
You can see a satellite map of the City of Perris with several different overlays including a Zone map on Digital Map Central. The "Zone" map is an option under the View menu item.
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Business License/Starting a Business
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You can information about the Perris Chamber of Commerce and specific information and City contacts for developers on these pages:
Economic Reference Information
The city has online archives of ordinances going back to the early 1900s. You can see them all: