live like a local
Living in Rocklin, CA
Population 69,249 (2019). Rocklin is home to the regional entertainment venue Quarry Park Adventures with a fun concert stadium. It is also home to the accredited Sierra Community College and has an abundance of large retail shopping and restaurants.
Living in Roseville, CA
Population 135,000. Roseville is Placer County’s jewel for eating and shopping. Roseville is home to the Westfield Galleria Mall and The Fountains outdoor shopping area. Also known for parks and recreation programs, youth sports, great schools, walking and biking trails, business parks and community concerts. Foodies who love restaurants love Roseville.
Living in Auburn, CA
Population 14,103 (2018). Auburn is home to a quaint historic downtown with shops filled with antiques, home-made crafts, beautiful gifts and treats to desire. Close to downtown is the county fairgrounds, home to the annual fair and rodeo. You can take advantage of weekly farmer’s markets and many outdoor trails for hiking and biking. The history is of a mining town but is now emerging as a food, wine and ale region.
Living in Newcastle, CA
Newcastle and Penryn are small side by side communities in Placer County. Penryn has a population of less than 1,000 people and Newcastle is slightly more with approximately 1,225. The climate is ideal for growing many fruits with the most popular being mandarins. An iconic place to visit is the Griffith Quarry Park & Museum, which reflects the history of the granite rock in the region. Both are very charming with home-town restaurants and beautiful agricultural land.
Living in Loomis, CA
Population 6,823 (2018). Loomis has a small town feel with local amenities. There is plenty of room for your animals to roam and families to play. Loomis borders the city of Rocklin where there is plenty of shopping and restaurants.
Living in Lincoln, CA
Population 48,337. This charming city features a quaint historic downtown and is home to the Lincoln Potters Baseball Team, Gladding, McBean Pottery Company and a regional airport. Lincoln has plenty of farmland for animals and families and is an active anchor city to the wine and ale trail.