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Ideal location and climate

Roseville is located 20 miles northeast of the state capital, Sacramento, along Interstate 80. 

A short drive will take you to the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills, Folsom Lake, California's Gold Country. Skiing, wine tasting, hiking, rafting, and a visit to San Francisco or Lake Tahoe, are all within an easy day trip. 

Our Mediterranean climate is ideal for year-round outdoor activities. Summers are warm, dry, and predictable with high temperatures averaging in the low 90s. Winters are short with cooler and wetter weather, with daytime highs averaging in the 50s. 

Roseville is being noticed as...

Among the safest cities in the U.S.

One of the safest cities in the nation for women

Top place to raise family in California

One of the safest cities in the nation

Location

Excellent trails, bikeways and transit

Enjoy more than 35 miles of paved off-street trails winding through beautiful open space preserves, and 100+ miles of bike lanes. 

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Ride convenient, clean and safe public transit service throughout Roseville. You can also take express service into downtown Sacramento for business, or to attend Sacramento Kings basketball games. 

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Highly-rated education

Roseville is home to excellent schools that consistently rank in the top state and national percentages for test scores, college and career readiness. 

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Education

Why people love Roseville


Top parks, events and recreation

Roseville's 80+ parks are recognized throughout California.  We set aside land for parks and open space at more than triple the state average. 

The city also offers athletic fields, playgrounds, indoor and outdoor pools, municipal golf courses, and libraries. 

We've even been named the 11th healthiest city in U.S. 

With numerous recreation programs and events, there are leisure opportunities for all ages and interests. 

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Destination for shopping and dining

Roseville is the region's retail center. With one of the largest malls in northern California, Westfield Galleria at Roseville, there are more than 240 stores including Nordstrom, Apple, Tiffany's, Crate & Barrel, and other distinguished brands. 

Across the street is Fountains at Roseville, offering an upscale shopping experience with stores like Whole Foods, Anthropologie, Sur La Table, and West Elm. 

Familiar national and regional chains are also here, along with excellent and unique local restaurants and retailers


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Variety of housing choices

Roseville is a highly desirable place to live and offers a variety of housing choices, from workforce to executive options. Neighborhoods range from historic to new construction homes. 

Many active neighborhood associations bring community and connection to the city. 

People are noticing... 

4th nationally for places people under-35 are buying homes

10th best small real-estate market, 16th overall in nation

8th best small city in US for first-time home buyers

Nationally one of the most budget-friendly cities for renters

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Downtown art scene


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