Once dependent on agriculture, today Tolleson has a thriving employment center that hosts several large commercial and industrial employers. Boasting its small size as its competitive advantage, the nimble and flexible nature of Tolleson’s processes and services creates an extremely development-friendly business environment.
Tolleson is strategically located along a major transportation corridor, and is serviced by Union Pacific Railroad.
While the city has 7,000 residents, Tolleson businesses employ more than double its population.
With an average age of 29, the city of Tolleson’s residents are more than five years younger than the national average.
The population of Tolleson has grown 36% over the last decade.
Tolleson is a six square mile, self-contained community of 7,000 residents.
There are more than 20 Fortune 500 companies in Tolleson, employing more than 20,000 people.
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