City Commerce

City Features
The economic base of the City of San Luis includes professional services, retail, agri-business, and light industrial activities. This traditionally agricultural area continues to contribute significantly to the nationwide market of consumables, particularly lettuce and cauliflower in the winter months and a variety of melons during the summertime.
Wal-Mart in San Luis
Renovations & Construction
Residents and visitors enjoy access to professional services that run the gamut. The city's industrial base is dramatically expanding with the current renovations of the existing industrial park and construction of a brand new park located at the new International Commercial Port of Entry in East San Luis.

Employment by Sector
Sector
 Number of Jobs
Business and Financial Operations 240
Professional and Related Occupations 378
Service 646
Sales and Office 1,063
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry 1,176
Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance 592
Production, Transportation, and Material Moving 1,128

Major San Luis Employers
Employer Field
Number of Employees
Arizona State Prison Government
653
Gadsden Unified School District Education 448 Full-time
228 Part-time
ACT Call Center Professional Service
700
Wal-Mart Retail Store
270
City of San Luis Government
230

Growth Indicators
Taxable Sales Revenue
Year  Revenue in Millions
1990 $35.1
2000 $65.3
2006 $111.3
2007 $111.5

Net Assessed Value of Taxable Sales
Year Value in Millions
1990 $4.8
2000 $18.5
2006 $39.2
2007 $45.8

Retail Trade Sales Tax Revenue
Year
Revenue
1990 $486,482
2000 $976,793
2006 $1,459,862
2007 $1,395,908
2008 $1,846,699

Restaurant & Bar Sales Tax Revenue
Year Revenue
1990 $59,952
2000 $163,501
2006 $208,974
2007 $206,264
2008 $235,140

Total City Tax Collections
Year
Revenue
2005 $2,914,013
2006 $3,896,285
2007 $3,901,792
2008 $4,621,220