Tolleson, AZ

Tolleson, AZ

Tolleson Arizona is a self-contained community, 10 miles west of downtown Phoenix.

Tolleson Arizona measures about six square miles and was incorporated in 1929. Once dependent on agriculture, Tolleson today has a strong commercial and industrial base.

Principal Industries of Tolleson AZ

The City of Tolleson AZ has become a strong distribution hub for companies wishing to deliver products to southwestern markets. This is primarily due to its excellent location just south of the I-10 and the interchange with the  loop 101,  The city of Tolleson hosts several large employers, including Sunland Beef, Kroger’s, Albertson’s, Salt River Project, and Sysco Food Systems. In addition to distribution and food, fiber and natural products, the community has a strong manufacturing structure.

Tolleson Arizona Population

The city of Tolleson AZ has added a modest amount of new housing in the past several years, with about 113 new units built from 1995 to 1998. The total housing inventory now includes nearly 1,500 units, which represents a 8 percent increase since 1995.

Tolleson AZ Transportation

Tolleson Arizona has a prime location along a major transportation corridor. Tolleson is served by the Papago Freeway, which is a segment of Interstate 10. The Union Pacific rail line runs through Tolleson, providing a number of industrial sites with rail access. Air transit is accomplished through the nearby Phoenix-Goodyear Municipal Airport and Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport, located approximately 20 – 25 minutes away.

Tolleson Arizona Education

The Tolleson Elementary District and the Tolleson Union High School District serve the City of Tolleson. Estrella Mountain Community College also serves Tolleson, and nearby ASU West in Glendale provides Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral programs in a variety of disciplines. Glendale Community College and the Thunderbird American Graduate School of International Management are also located in nearby Glendale.