Carlsbad Mayor Discusses His City's Growth Story
July 27, 2017

Carlsbad Mayor Discusses
His City's Growth Story

Once a small beach town referred to as the Village by the Sea, Carlsbad is now the fastest-growing city in San Diego County, nearly doubling its population from 67,833 residents in 1990 to an estimated 112,310 in 2017. The city's population growth is the result of a healthy economy that has made Carlsbad one of the 10 wealthiest cities in the nation with a median household income of $105K.

The city's growth is the result of advantages afforded by the location, climate and lifestyle, as well as work by city leaders to make Carlsbad as business-friendly as possible. Carlsbad Mayor Matthew Hall said North San Diego County cities, including Carlsbad,…

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