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Fresh New Interiors...Shopping, Restaurants and Entertainment Nearby, Minutes to Sierra College...Roseville School District...
Roseville CA, 95661
Conveniently located near Fine Dining & Shopping...Minutes from Sierra College & Folsom Lake...Prestigious Roseville School District...
Roseville CA, 95661
Serine setting, conveniently located within minutes of Galleria and Maidu Community Center.
Roseville CA, 95661
Roseville CA, 95678
Luxurious community minutes from the Galleria! The Foothills Tennis Village Apartments boasts recently renovated 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments.
Roseville CA, 95747
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Overview of Roseville
Roseville might be the perfect city for you and your family. Located in the Sacramento area, this growing city offers the Californian American dream to those looking for Roseville apartments for rent. With a population of 118,788 as of the 2010 U.S. Census, Roseville continues to move up in the world with its abundant retail industry, proximity to Sacramento and pleasant suburban feel.
An early stagecoach station, Roseville once went by other names. Roseville was first called "Griders," then "Junction," before being incorporated as the town or Roseville in 1909. As the population grew around expanding industry, Roseville laid the building blocks to become the strong city it is today. Now known for a healthy shopping industry and a plethora of modern conveniences, Roseville is a fun and friendly place to call home.
Living in Roseville, CA
Roseville is a distinctly family-friendly city, though singles enjoy living there, too. About 69 percent of households were made up of families, but one quarter of households were occupied by singles of all ages. With such a variety of family types, Roseville is truly a city for anyone.
Shopping runs deep in Roseville's culture. Westfield Galleria at Roseville is a premier shopping center for both the city and the greater Sacramento region, and Fountains at
Roseville is a outdoor retail center with several recreation centers and restaurants. The city of Roseville has the 13th highest total retail sales per outlet in the entire country, with retail sales totaling more than $3 billion dollars per year. Retail centers bring with them a variety of dining, entertainment and recreation options. Roseville offers well-known stores and restaurants as well as local favorites.
Roseville Work & Study
Those searching for Roseville rentals should be able to find a home with close proximity to their school or workplace. Although there are no four-year colleges in Roseville, the city is home to a few technical and non-traditional schools, including Sierra College and Heald College. University of California - Davis, and Sacramento State College are located within commutable distance of Roseville.
Many Roseville residents commute to other Sacramento area cities for work, but Roseville also employs many of its own residents. The city of Roseville sees an influx of about 12,062 people every workday due to commuting. According to the city of Roseville, its top employers are Kaiser Permanente, Hewlett-Packard, the City of Roseville, Sutter Roseville Medical Center, Roseville school district and the Union Pacific Railroad.
Rentals in Roseville, CA & Cost of Living
Roseville rentals account for about 35 percent of the housing market, according to data from the U.S. Census. Incoming Roseville residents will be happy to know that Roseville's cost of living is close to the national average: The average cost of living in the U.S. is rated 100, while Roseville comes in at 99.
Residents will want to factor in shopping and dining expenses, commuting costs and other suburban expenditures when planning their monthly budgets.
Roseville Attractions & Special Events
The city of Roseville hosts a variety of activities for its residents, including the community favorite, "Roseville Downtown Tuesday Nights." Every Tuesday night from May through July, Vernon Street in downtown Roseville becomes a block party. Cars, food, beer and wine gardens, a local farmers market and general community mingling all create a fun and small-town vibe.
Other community events include summer concerts in the park, holiday celebrations, parades and art festivals. New residents might want to consider Roseville apartments that are close to the action.
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