The Lodi Chamber of Commerce and elected city and county officials have joined together to create a vision for Lodi’s economic future. We’re eager to invest in our collective growth. On top of the advantages of having your business reside in Lodi, we are committed to providing a quick, smooth entry as well as offering incentives to help make the transition easier.
Lodi is ideally situated in San Joaquin County between Hwy. 99 and I-5. We’re on a class I railroad route and 20 miles from the nearest inland port.
WITH A CALIFORNIA WINE LIFESTYLE
Lodi is surrounded by 110,000 acres of vineyards and has a Mediterranean-like Delta environment that’s perfect for growing wine grapes since the mid-1800s and today we’re the largest appellation in California. Lodi produces over 100 different varieties of wine, but we’re well known for our Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, and Sauvignon Blanc.
Stories of Success
LODI IS HOME TO MANY INDUSTRY LEADERS
Our charming Downtown is our community meeting place and heart of Lodi. To top it off, all of this is surrounded by vineyards and orchards, a living testimony that Lodi’s roots run deep with working family farming traditions, attitudes and values. Generations of family businesses are everywhere you look, adding to the community pride whether one is inside or outside the City limits.
An active community with year-round events
Lodi is an active community with year-round events, including a farmers market, cycling races, endless wine tastings, and recreational activities like golfing and biking, as well as kayaking, paddle boarding, canoeing, and fishing on Lodi Lake. Our historic downtown is full of charm with boutiques and restaurants for shopping and entertainment.
Lodi is the birthplace of
A&W Root Beer
who opened Woodbridge Winery in Lodi in 1979, is one of the most influential people in American wine history.
wrote a song titled "Lodi"
2018 SECOND BEST
2015 WINE REGION OF