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 state capital. Roseville provides state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities to suit your business needs.
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Roseville in the News
Roseville in the News
Roseville Makes List of Top U.S. Wealth Centers
As reported by the Sacramento Business Journal, Roseville has made the top 100 list of the nation's wealth centers, where residents enjoy a high quality of life based on data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau's 2008 American Community Survey. See the entire article at the Sacramento Business Journal site, or click here to see the complete list of 420 cities identified by the survey.
The City of Roseville has a highly educated work force creating a talented pool of employees. The quality of education for the City of Roseville is a number one priority. Many companies such as SureWest, Hewlett-Packard, PASCO Scientific, Intel, Logicon, IBM, Arthur Andersen and Co., Xerox Corporation, NEC Electronics, and Apple Computers have partnered with the school districts, contributing to the overall success of many new academic programs. Several private schools and post secondary educational facilities within the region provide a variety of educational opportunities. For more information about educational opportunities in Roseville, see the City's educational demographic information.
Roseville is home to two highly rated hospitals, Sutter Roseville Medical Center and Kaiser Roseville Medical Center. Both hospitals are in the midst of major expansions and will continue to build upon their high levels of health care for the region. Sutter Roseville will eventually include a total of 286 beds. The campus will include a total of 810,000 sq. feet of medical facilities on 57 acres. Kaiser Roseville will eventually include a total of 432 beds. The campus will include over 1 million square feet of medical facilities on 49 acres.
The Roseville area features a number of nearby international, commercial, and commuter airports. The City has an extensive network of public transportation options available, as well as numerous bike trails for all to enjoy. In addition to nearby ports, Roseville is home to Union Pacific's largest most modern classification rail yard in the western region. For more information about area transportation, see the City's transportation demographic information.