Six years after the official closure, McClellan Air Force Base is now McClellan Business Park, a growing business enclave that hosts a diverse mix of companies spread across more than 8 million square feet of space of all types. This former military facility is now home to hundreds of private companies, as well as state, federal and local government agencies and has become a magnet for private investment.
A total of $580 million dollars has been invested across the project in infrastructure and building improvements. This amount reflects direct investments of over $208 million from tenants, $280 million dollars from McClellan Business Park and $88 million dollars in grants from several state and federal agencies, Office of Economic Adjustment, Economic Development Agency, and Environmental Services Cooperative Agreement. 230 tenants employ an expanding workforce estimated at 15,000 daily visitors; companies include Surewest, Northrop Grumman, J.C. Penney, The USDA Wildfire Academy, Beutler Heat and Air, Regional Transit, California Department of Transportation, Cal Fire, The US Coast Guard, AAR ATICS, General Dynamics, XO Jets, Flight Options, Ozark Trucking, Patriot Rail, SMUD, Twin Rivers School District, Americorp and many more. 70% of McClellan Park's available space is currently occupied. This revitalization is the direct result of a successful partnership between Sacramento County and developer McClellan Business Park.