Communities Served

Sacramento Folsom El Dorado Hills Fair Oaks Cameron Park
Granite Bay Rancho Cordova Midtown Sacramento East Sacramento Roseville
Rosemont Old North Sacramento Arden-Arcade


Sacramento Community Information

The City of Sacramento, home of the state’s capital building, is rich with diverse neighborhoods with a variety of lifestyle choices. From downtown living to suburban life, the City has much to offer. Sacramento also has a Neighborhood Services division dedicated to bridging and engaging residents with resources and creating collaboration opportunities among neighborhood groups, city officials, departments and other stakeholders. As the sixth largest city in California, the city of Sacramento was also named “America’s Most Diverse City” by TIME magazine in 2002. Read More...


Folsom Community Information

The City of Folsom has a rich history beginning with the '49ers during California's great Gold Rush. It was the site of the West's first railroad and the world's first long-distance transmission of electricity. Today Folsom is a forward-looking city, a high-tech town, with firms ranging from small to large international corporations. Folsom also boasts excellent schools, beautiful neighborhoods and outstanding shopping, dining and cultural options. Read More...

El Dorado Hills

El Dorado Hills Community Information

El Dorado Hills Town Center is the emerging downtown district of El Dorado Hills and western El Dorado County, 20 miles east of Sacramento, a vibrant urban center of culture and center of commerce in the suburbs of the Sacramento metropolitan region.

The all-new mixed-use project, a development of The Mansour Company, has successfully pulled together a great mix of uses – local and national retailers, cafés, restaurants and bars, movie theater, hotel, gourmet market, fitness club, day spa, luxury car dealership, professional and medical offices, public amphitheatre, dramatic fountains and waterways, and broad public plazas. Read More...

Fair Oaks

Fair Oaks Community Information

The area known now as Fair Oaks was first developed in 1895 as a Sunset Colony of the Howard and Wilson Publishing Company of Chicago. The early colonists, many with academic educations or agricultural experience, applied their skills, energies and capital to the development of the new town while enjoying this beautiful new territory. Fair Oaks' town center is known as Old Fair Oaks Village. The Plaza Park Amphitheater, where The Fair Oaks Theatre Festival takes place, is located in this part of town. The village area is also home to Fair Oaks Fiesta, which is a celebration of the residents of the community of Fair Oaks. Read More...

Cameron Park

Cameron Park Community Information

Cameron Park is a warm community of more than 15,000 residents located in El Dorado County, California, approximately 30 miles east of Sacramento and 70 miles west of South Lake Tahoe. Larry Cameron originally established this area in the 1950s as a 150-acre cattle ranch. Today Cameron Park a rural mix of large ranches, residential and business property. The Parks Department acquires, improves, preserves and maintains land and water resources suitable for public use as parks, open spaces, green belts, landscape buffers, forests, and groves, wet lands, lakes, ponds, streams, and the like, for the visual and recreational enjoyment of Cameron Park residents and visitors to their community. Read More...

Granite Bay

Granite Bay Community Information

The unincorporated Placer County community of Granite Bay covers an area of approximately 25 square miles. It is situated on the north shore of Folsom Lake about 25 miles northeast of Sacramento on the eastern edge of the Sacramento Valley at the base of the Sierra foothills. The community boasts of a very high quality of life due to its great location, sound community plan, first-rate schools, numerous churches, a low crime rate and excellent recreation opportunities. Read More...

Rancho Cordova

Rancho Cordova Community Information

On July 1, 2003, after more than 20 years of advocacy, the City of Rancho Cordova officially incorporated, becoming the 478th city in the State of California. Located in the eastern part of Sacramento County, Rancho Cordova is a community with a rich history including the first 12 miles of railroad in California, a thriving military base in its time, and the home of a successful aerospace company. The biggest accomplishment of those first ten years has been the improvement of Rancho Cordova's image from within. Residents, business owners, and community leaders can be proud of Rancho Cordova and the many ways the city has been improved. Read More...

Midtown Sacramento

Midtown Sacramento Community Information

Midtown is a historical district and neighborhood just east of Downtown Sacramento. It is a largely residential community with tree-lines streets and old Victorian houses. It is also the center of Sacramento's art, music, and cultural scene. Boutiques, bars, clubs, upscale, and casual dining abound. Midtown has the only winery located in the greater Sacramento urban area and also hosts an art walk on the second Saturday of each month, which attracts thousands of metropolitan residents. Read More...

East Sacramento

East Sacramento Community Information

Originally developed during the 1920s –1940s, East Sacramento has managed to maintain a “small town” atmosphere with an old-fashioned, neighborhood feel. Stately mansions mingle comfortably with more modest brick homes on streets shaded by generous canopies of sycamore and elm trees. Charming bungalows and quaint cottages are often within walking distance of some of the city’s finest cafes and shops.

East Sacramento was previously home to the Alhambra Theatre, which was demolished in 1973. Currently the city includes McKinley Park and the Fabulous Forties. McKinley Park is a major 32-acre park that includes a renovated play structures, open grass fields, a baseball diamond, running tracks, water features and tennis courts. McKinley Park also houses a branch of the Sacramento Public Library and features the Fredrick N. Evans Memorial Rose Garden. In the summer months, McKinley Park hosts a concert series and outdoors film series. The Run to Feed the Hungry takes place annually with a 5K and 10 K walk/run through the streets of Sacramento to benefit the Sacramento Food Bank. Read More...


Roseville Community Information

Roseville is a progressive city with its eye on the future, but all the while retains and celebrates its rich historical railroad roots. Located in Placer County along the eastern edge of the Sacramento Valley at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills, Roseville is a mere 16 miles from Sacramento. The strength and balance of Roseville’s diverse economy allows the city to thrive. Business ventures in Roseville range from technology, healthcare, agriculture and financial services. Top business employers within the city include Hewlett-Packard, Telefunken Semiconductors USA, Kaiser Permanente and the Union Pacific Railroad. However, its economic gem of retail draws in the crowds, with the expansive Westfield Galleria leading the way. Read More...


Rosemont is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sacramento County, California, United States. It is part of the Sacramento–Arden-Arcade–Roseville Metropolitan Statistical Area. Read More...

Old North Sacramento

North Sacramento is a well-established community that is part of the city of Sacramento, California. It was a city from its incorporation in 1924 until it was merged (in a bitter election decided by 6 votes) in 1964 into the City of Sacramento.

North Sacramento, when still a city, was distinctive for being the only incorporated city immediately adjacent to Sacramento. This status continued until the incorporation of West Sacramento 23 years later in 1987. The primary zip code for North Sacramento is 95815. Read More...

Arden Arcade

The history of this area is documented in the "Sacramento ALC Historical Study 82", Ranch Del Paso, Office of History, Sacramento Air Logistics Center, McClellan Air Force Base, California, March 1983, by Raymond Oliver. Originally part of a Mexican land grant deeded to John Sutter, the Rancho Del Paso grant was negotiated from the Mexican governor by John Sutter on August 10, 1843. Then, Sutter deeded the Rancho Del Paso to Eliab and Hiram Grimes and John Sinclair. Samuel Norris was the next owner of Rancho Del Paso, then James Haggin. The Rancho Del Paso was purchased from Mr. Haggin's corporation, "The Rancho del Paso Land Company" in 1910 by the Sacramento Valley Colonization Company for $1.5 million. Read More...

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