Situated just 16 miles from the capital of California, Sacramento, is the thriving city of Roseville, Placer County. It lies on the eastern edge of the Sacramento Valley, near the base of the Sierra Nevada foot hills. It was incorporated on April 10th, the year 1909 and has ever since developed a population of over 104,655. The climate in the city is similar to nearly all other California cities; A dry, hot summer followed by a mild wintertime.
The city comprises several different sectors in its economy, consisting of agriculture, financial services, healthcare, retail, and technology. The retail sector is by far the most prosperous. The top employers in Roseville are Kaiser Permante, Hewlett-Packard, NEC Technologies, and the Union Pacific Railroad.
For both the city's residents and tourists, there are some attractions in Roseville. The Magic Circle Theater, that has had several recommendations for the "Best Local Theater Group" Award, offers live theater performances. Live music can be heard at Music in the Park, a well-known Roseville event. On Old Town Vernon Street, a historic area, the city hosts an event referred to as Downtown Tuesday, where people can be found interacting along with various vendors and live bands. Some other popular attractions are the Denios Farmers Market and Swap Meet that is Roseville's biggest open market and Golfland Sunsplash. There are likewise some museums located within the city. Napa's fine wineries are situated only thirty minutes away, as are Folsom Lake and Lake Tahoe. Roseville has many parks and golf courses and thousands of acres of open space.
The city boasts superb educational and recreational programs, making it a family friendly community. Several of schools in the city have won the California Distinguished School Award. There are a lot of colleges nearby, with California State University, in Sacramento, Sierra Community College, and the University of California, Davis all within a half hours drive away.