The City of Tracy has established itself as an important suburb to the San Francisco Bay Area region with its solid base of small businesses, national retailers, and restaurants. With an ongoing commitment to providing high-quality, economical, responsive services to the local community, Tracy is well-positioned for future commercial, office, and industrial development.
Tracy is the second most populated city in San Joaquin County, California, United State with a population of 90,675 in 2019. It is located in San Joaquin County, about 60 miles east of San Francisco. The city is accessible to points east and south via Interstate I-580. Other major thoroughfares servicing Tracy include Interstates I-5 and I-205 with California State Highway 120 also nearby.
Tracy has a small town feeling with a friendly and welcome atmosphere, while providing many of the services and attractions of a major city. From shopping to cultural activities, sporting to golfing, Tracy has no shortage of things to do.
Tracy's largest event is its annual Dry Bean Festival. Tracy has three main shopping areas: Historic Downtown Tracy, West Valley Mall, and the I-205 Corridor.