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If you have been wanting to relocate to the west and you think that California is very expensive for you, then you should consider moving to a condo in Sacramento, CA. California is loaded with exciting places to live. Although there are other more popular destinations, moving to Sacramento is perfect for people who are looking to move to the west. Sacramento has approximately 500,000 residents.

Recently, a population shift was observed within the state of California. Most people find that the coastal areas are getting expensive, which is why they decided to move inward to areas such as Sacramento. Despite the fact that Sacramento is not the first option for some people, there are a lot of things that this city can offer aside from having a lower cost of living.

History

In 1808, the Spanish explorer, Gabriel Moraga, arrived in the area. He was the one who named the Sacramento Valley and the Sacramento River. According to him, the air smells like champagne. After three decades, John Sutter Sr. arrived in the area and built Sutter's Fort and a colony through a Mexican land grant. The rapid growth of the community can be attributed to the discovery of gold. In 1850, Sacramento was formally incorporated. After some time, Sacramento became the capital of California after having some ratifications of California's statehood. Despite the decline and disappearance of the city’s agricultural processing industry and military bases, Sacramento has continued to develop and become a vibrant community.

Things to do in Sacramento

Sacramento is a city rich in culture, history, and numerous things to do. After spending some time here, you will understand that this city never forgets the past and continues to reminisce about the Gold Rush. Sacramento is one of the best cities to fall in love with.

The Old Sacramento State Historic Park was named a National Historic Landmark in 1965. Here, you can see the 1850s business district which consists of several historic buildings. You can go back in time by visiting the California State Railroad Museum, which is one of the most well-known museums in Sacramento. At Sacramento Zoo, you can find about 400 animals from different parts of the world. The Raging Water is one of the biggest water parks in Sacramento which features pools, slides, and more than 25 water rides.

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Location

Sacramento is considered the largest city in Sacramento County. It can be found at the junction of the American and Sacramento Rivers, particularly in the northern portion of the Sacramento Valley. Sacramento has an area of 100.1 square miles, wherein 2.19 percent is water and 97.81 percent is composed of land, according to the United States Census Bureau. Generally, the city has approximately 30 feet depth of groundwater. On the west portion of the city, most of the land is allocated for flood control basins since the area is vulnerable to floods. Sacramento is popularly known as the City of Trees since it is surrounded by an urban forest. In fact, it has more trees compared to any other city in the world. But before it was known as the City of Trees, it was first referred to as the City of Plains because the area lacked trees. But afterward, cottonwood trees were planted. Later on, different varieties of eucalyptus were planted to dry out swampland. Along the streets, willows, locust trees, palm trees, elms, and fruit trees were planted.

Sacramento demographics

According to the United States Census Bureau, Sacramento has a population of 524,943 as of April 2020. The residents of Sacramento include 43.5 percent White alone, 32 percent White alone, not Latino or Hispanic, 28.3 percent Latino or Hispanic, 19.3 percent Asian, 13.5 percent African American or Black, 9.6 percent two or more races, 1.7 percent Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian, and 0.8 percent Alaska Native and American Indian.

Aside from being a diverse city, Sacramento is also a well-integrated community. In other words, there are more racial and ethnic varieties within the city’s neighborhoods compared to any other city. This is probably because there are affordable housing options and low-income programs in the city.

Arts in Sacramento

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The arts and entertainment scene in Sacramento is something that everyone can enjoy. From colorful murals and touring musicals to breathtaking exhibits displayed at Sacramento Area Museums. When visiting Sacramento, you can always assure that there is something exciting for you to see. You can either watch a national act at the Golden 1 Center or go to a coffee bar and see a local band play.

The city is filled with fine arts such as artists’ studios, galleries, and performing arts groups doing some shows. There are more than 650 murals in Sacramento. Ever since the Wide Open Walls mural festival started in 2016, more and more murals were added. Visitors and residents love watching these artists as they are painting murals all over the city.

At Sacramento, you can find different varieties of theaters, top-notch performing arts groups, and museums that cover almost anything from history and art to design and aviation.

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Schools in Sacramento

Sacramento is home to some of the best education from k-12 to universities. There are various education options for young adults, families, and professionals who are looking to continue their education. Some of the most popular colleges and universities in Sacramento are Davis, the University of California, and California State University, Sacramento. There are several public school districts that serve the Sacramento area including the Natomas Unified School District, Twin Rivers Unified School District, Sacramento City Unified School District, San Juan Unified School District, and Elk Grove Unified School District. There are 28 branches of the Sacramento Public Library system in the greater area.

Why Sacramento?

Most people think that the best feature of Sacramento is that it is found just a few miles away from thrilling destinations such as Lake Tahoe and San Francisco. Although it is constantly dominated by cosmopolitan areas in California, Sacramento highlights its cultural and technological developments.

In recent years, a population boom was experienced by Sacramento. More and more families and young professionals are now searching for a condo in Sacramento, CA. Economic development in the city offers exciting opportunities for newcomers and locals as well. Most people who relocate to this city are drawn by its ethnic diversity and abundant sunshine.

Sacramento is located in the heart of the Central Valley and residents get the chance to enjoy fresh foods locally sourced from nearby farms.

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