Roseville, CA, approximately 18 miles northwest of Sacramento, was distinguished by CNNMoney magazine in 2008 as one America's best small cities. Thanks to its affordability, proximity to the state's capital, great shopping, constant California sunshine, and energizing community spirit, Roseville is an ideal community to settle down with your family and rent an apartment.
Roseville was incorporated in 1909, three years after the Southern Pacific Railroad relocated from Rocklin to Roseville. For decades, the city was a small railroad town, but today Roseville's population exceeds 126,000, and residents enjoy both the prosperous economy and the abundance of recreational activities available.
The city's prime location puts you just a little over an hour away from the famous Napa wineries, two hours away from Lake Tahoe, and an hour and a half away from San Francisco, but if you want to stay local, the city of Roseville offers plenty of options available as well.
Outdoor enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the city has a number of parks with amenities that include basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic areas, and playgrounds, giving your family plenty of opportunities to live an active lifestyle.
fans of the theatre renting apartments in Roseville will likely frequent the Magic Circle Repertory Theatre, which regularly features live performances. You and your family will also appreciate the Music in the Park summer concert series, where you can picnic and enjoy live bands along Old Town Vernon Street.
You will likely also enjoy Denio's Farmers Market, as well as Roseville's largest outdoor open market, Swap Meet, where vendors sell a variety of merchandise at bargain prices.
In terms of public transportation, Roseville is served by Roseville Transit as well Placer County transit, which provides direct transportation to Sacramento as well as throughout the county.
If you are renting an apartment in Roseville, and are looking to further your education, there are plenty of opportunities available to you. Heald College, Roseville, is located close by. South of the city, aspiring cooks may want to attend the Institute of Technology's culinary campus. And if you want to make the 20 minute commute to Sacramento, Sacramento State University and Sacramento City College are also feasible options.
Some of the primary industries driving Roseville's local economy include healthcare, computer hardware, and education industries, with top employers that include Kaiser Permanente, Hewlett-Packard, Sutter Roseville Medical Center, and Roseville Joint Union High School District, among others.