Living in Roseville
Be a part of a vibrant and growing family-oriented community. Sitting northeast of Sacramento along I-80, Roseville is making its mark as a great place to live and play. There’s diversity for everyone with many restaurants, shopping areas, fitness centers, top-rated schools, a diversity of employers, and within an hour of the Sierras for more outdoor activities such as skiing and snowboarding. The population is about 118,000 with roughly a third of the population under the age of 24, another third between 25-50, and the last third over 50.
The City of Roseville does a great job planning for growth! The location is close to Folsom Lake with extensive water recreation, hiking, and biking. Top-rated major medical facilities such as Kaiser Medical Center and Sutter Roseville Hospital serve the surrounding communities and attract many doctors and medical professionals to the area. Roseville has one of the largest auto malls in the country which contributes to sales tax revenue which in turn supports the city’s infrastructure (can you say, “subsidized electric bills”?). The average selling price of Roseville homes is about $425,000 and prices range from $65,000 for a small house/condo to $1M+ for luxury living. There are even plans for a major university to build a campus here!
Schools: Look up individual K-12 schools here.
Shopping in Roseville
Something for everyone
Roseville is the local area magnet for Shopping. The Westfield Galleria Mall has Nordstrom’s and Macy’s with a great selection of luxury to value shops and everything in between. Located just across the street is The Fountains (includes a Whole Foods) with a unique collection of stores and restaurants and some great outdoor activities like summer concerts and farmer’s markets. Then there’s the Roseville Automall when you’re shopping for your next car. There’s multiple home improvement stores for Roseville Homes, discount shopping, gardening, and furniture shopping plus more!
Even, Roseville’s old town has an eclectic mix of dining and stores and the Roseville Civic Center where many summer outdoor events are hosted.
Food, Fun, and Fitness
There’s some good diversity in the food choices and more than one of every cuisine. Some notable hangouts for food, drink, and atmosphere are: The Yard House Restaurant is a favorite for beer and casual dining, Paul Martin’s is a favorite for food and happy hour. For a couple great call outs for local ethnic food restaurants there’s Zocolo’s, Ruen Thai, and Mikuni’s.
Then there’s fun and fitness…
Roseville Golfland Sunsplash which offers lots of fun for kids of all ages: a waterpark in the summer, mini golf, laser tag, race cars, and an indoor arcade.
For fitness and nature there’s many different athletic facilities – the newest is LifeTime Fitness – a large, fitness center with workout equipment, tennis courts, pools, classes and much more. Craving outdoors? Try the many hiking trails
You’ll find many great amenities close to Roseville homes and neighborhoods!
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