City of Monterey Park

Monterey Park

Population: 62,147
Median Home Value: $573,400
Median Household Income: $57,219

Centrally located within the San Gabriel Valley, Monterey Park offers a number of opportunities to experience unique dining fare, great shopping, and patronage to numerous special events. For a small city, Monterey Park is proud to annually host the Chinese Lantern Festival, Cherry Blossom Festival, Cinco de Mayo, Play Days (city's anniversary of incorporation), Fourth of July, and the Harmony Celebration. Visit City Website


Key Information

Business Incentives

The City of Monterey Park helps provide business owners and operators a variety of management, marketing, and financial resources to facilitate business creation and sustained growth.

Major Employers

East Los Angeles College
Garfield Medical Center
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
Superior Court of Los Angeles County
City of Monterey Park

City Facts

Monterey Park is a city with a rich mix of people of many backgrounds. As one of the most diverse and community-oriented cities in the area, the city hosts numerous cultural, educational, and festive programs, such as a weekly farmers market, MPK Night Market, Cherry Blossom Festival, Lunar New Year festival, Cinco de Mayo, Play Days (city's birthday), 4th of July celebration, trips to the Hollywood Bowl and the LAMP library literacy program to provide English-as-a-second language assistance.

Key City Contacts

Director of Community and Economic Development

Michael A. Huntley
320 West Newmark Avenue Monterey Park, CA 91754

Economic Development Specialist

Donna M. Ramirez
320 W. Newmark Avenue

City Manager

Paul Talbot
320 W. Newmark Ave. Monterey Park, CA 91754

Chamber of Commerce

700 El Mercado Ave, Monterey Park, CA 91754
(626) 570-9429


Mitchell Ing, M.B.A.

Mayor Pro Tem

Teresa Real Sebastian, J.D.

City Council Member

Stephen Lam

City Council Member

Hans Liang

City Council Member

Peter Chan



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