Wow! Roseville is such a diverse city. As it continues to expand ever westward, Roseville reaches the edge of local farms closer to Highway 99 and then far east abutting Granite Bay and Rocklin.
Old Roseville is host to our local Amtrak station, and two fun, very walkable streets: Main St and Vernon. Both streets are lined with mom-and-pop eateries like The Place, and local art shops, like Sparrow 5. During the summer, this downtown area closes its streets for weekly events, including live music!
The Galleria is our largest mall in the Sacramento area and has just about every shop you might want to visit. Spend the day walking through the mall or it's adjacent shopping centers, including The Fountains. Tons of fun restaurants, small train rides for the kids, music events, and other family-friendly gatherings frequently take place during the summer.
Whatever type of community you're looking for, Roseville likely has it!
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