Downtown Sacramento has grown into a city with rich culture, restaurants, hotels, museums, and shops. This, combined with the rapidly growing surrounding neighborhoods of Rocklin, Roseville, Elk Grove, Lincoln, and Rancho Cordova, offers abundant and rewarding options to suit so many lifestyles
As a new resident, make sure to go to Old Sacramento. It is a beautifully restored historical district teeming with live music, local art, drinks, shopping, museums, and fine dining. Don't put off seeing the Crocker Art Museum, the first public art museum in the western US.
Sacramento has earned the nickname ‘City of Trees’ as it holds more than 250,000 various types of trees. It was also dubbed the nation’s most ethnically and racially integrated city in 2002 by Time magazine.
Sacramento is a busy metropolis with picturesque victorian homes on residential, tree-lined streets. With top rated schools, a diverse community, and dedicated City Safety officials, Sacramento provides an ideal family environment.
Sacramento was a major trade hub during the California Gold Rush; it wasn't until 1854 was the city selected as the state's capital.
Each neighborhood in Sacramento is unique and every community has plenty to offer. The Neighborhood Services division connects and engages city residents, producing collaboration opportunities among all neighborhoods.
As the capital city and county seat, Sacramento faces some public safety challenges: dignitary visits, protests or demonstrations, and large public gatherings. However, it is the Sacramento City’s EMS, Fire, Police, and Emergency Management teams’ priority to keep the community and property safe.
The city offers a wide variety of excellent, top-notch public and private elementary and middle schools that feed into five High Schools. Sacramento is also home to renowned colleges and universities including University of California: Davis, and California State University, Sacramento.
Sacramento is known for its prime location, in the middle of Northern California, near mountains, near San Francisco and Napa wine country. Located at the joining of the Sacramento River and the American river, residents have active lifestyles, taking every chance to boat, hike, fish, and raft!
The city has exciting attractions! The Sacramento Kings and Sacramento River Cats teams offer plenty of games to enjoy. Visit the Sacramento Zoo! Stroll through the city’s major park, William Land Park. The city's downtown district is lively, filled with a large variety of restaurants and shops.
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