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Elk GroveSacramentoFolsomRosevilleNatomasDavis

Elk Grove is one of the fastest growing areas in Sacramento County.

Situated just minutes from the heart of downtown Sacramento and the State Capitol, Elk Grove maintains a small-town feel with an urban twist.

The city has found a delicate and successful balance of maintaining Elk Groves’ original charm with modern influences from the fast growing community. The city’s mission (as found on the city’s website):

“To strengthen our community through supporting, empowering and building local business. Dedicated to providing educational, promotional and networking opportunities.”

Elk Grove would be a perfect move for a family looking to settle down and find roots. The great schools, many parks, and friendly people allow for a safe and positive place to raise children.

Elk Grove

Sacramento is the state capital of California and is the oldest incorporated city in California.

Living in this city provides many opportunities to get out of the house and enjoy the rich history of the area, including visiting Sutter’s Fort, Old Sacramento, and the Governor’s Mansion.

Sacramento also has a vibrant culture that includes Crocker Art Museum, Second Saturday Art Festival, a growing restaurant scene, and numerous theater productions including Broadway productions and the Sacramento Ballet. Whether you are looking for a quiet family-friendly neighborhood or an urban and upbeat city, Sacramento can offer it all.


Located in the hills, east of Sacramento, Folsom prides itself on the quality of its education system.

Folsom schools rank 9 out of 10 on and have some of the newest buildings and facilities.

In addition, the neighborhoods are safe and the parks are clean and numerous. Folsom has more than 30 miles of paved cycling and hiking trails, along with close access to two lakes and a scenic river parkway. For families looking for top-notch education or an active lifestyle, Folsom would be a great place to put down roots.


Roseville has developed into a city with its own personality and successful economy.

Originally a quaint historic town, it is now a reenergized city and full of life.

With the expanding population and economic growth the city has experienced an influx of entertainment and activities available to its citizens—festivals, outdoor music, hiking, great restaurants, and a large water park. People who have moved to Roseville have found it is a desirable place to live in order to escape the hustle of the larger city of Sacramento. The great schools, affordable living, and modern parks have helped induce a flooding of people wanting to join this amazing community.


In the early 2000s Natomas saw an increase of residential development which prompted the further development of the business capital in the area.

For residents of Natomas, they never find themselves very far from anything; from a play in downtown Sacramento to picking up a relative at the airport, it is just a short commute to it all.

Being one of the newer areas to the region, Natomas is still defining itself into a great place to call home. The Chamber of Commerce has helped to create new parks in the area and plans to use the open space in the surrounding parts of Natomas to create a regional park, community center, and a library. This is an exciting period of transition for Natomas, and moving here offers residents the opportunity to be a part of developing the culture of the town as well as finding a place to call home.


Davis is about 20 miles outside of Sacramento and is located in Yolo County.

Just after the millennium Davis became a hotspot for new businesses and academics to make home.

This created a surge in population and economic growth for the city and Davis has since become a highly coveted place for many people to live. The city combines a small-town atmosphere with the economic capability to make for a comfortable life. On weekends, Davis hosts many neighborhood farmers’ markets and small festivals. With the close proximity to the state capital, finding work in a more competitive atmosphere is readily available, while Davis maintains a slower, more easy going pace.



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