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Location and Weather
Roseville lies in the Sacramento Valley, 16 miles northeast of Sacramento. Situated in Northern California, Roseville is in the northern Central Valley at the base of the Sierra Nevada. Known to be a great place to live, Roseville has a dense suburban feel with majority home-owners.
Roseville has warm, dry summers and cold, wet winters. The summer temperatures are in the mid-90’s, with lows in the mid-60’s. The winter temperatures are in the high 50’s, with lows in the 30’s.
Population, Job Market and Cost of Living
The population of Roseville in 2019 was 139,117, with a growth rate of 2.97%. The job growth has increased by 1.37% and in ten years, is predicted to have increased by 37.98%. The largest industries are in manufacturing, health care & social assistance and retail trade.
The largest employers are PRIDE Industries, TRC Group, and New Vision Display. The cost of living is high, due to the Roseville real estate market and higher cost of housing. Roseville is known to have low crime rates and highly rated schools, making it an ideal area for families to live.
Considering its desirable location in the Sacramento Valley, suburban feel, and great quality of living, Roseville will continue to attract those that want to live playfully in a beautiful California setting.
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