Sacramento is the capital of California at the confluence of the Sacramento and American Rivers. It is a commercial, manufacturing and transportation center for a productive agricultural region. Government activities, financial institutions and tourism are all important to the city's economy. Situated between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, it is home to over 500,000 people.
Sacramento is the site of California State University, Sacramento and several junior colleges.
Points of interest in our city include:
- State Capitol
- Crocker Art Museum
- Sutter's Fort State Historic Monument
- Native American Museum
- Sacramento Railroad Museum
- Old Sacramento
There are many things to do in and around our community. Listed below are additional Web sites you can visit to learn more about Sacramento, including our exciting professional sport teams and outdoor recreation. Also below is a list of Web resources; including real estate, rentals, utilites, local banks and credit unions, and employment.
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Links to more information about our city:
More Helpful Links
The following links are provided as an informational service only and without any endorsement, real or implied, of the businesses listed.
Apartments / Rentals / Real Estate
- The Employment Guide - free searchable index of local job opportunities
- SacBee Jobs - classified ads and other employment information from the local paper
Moving and Other Resources
- California Department of Motor Vehicles - making an appointment prior to registering your vehicle is STRONGLY recommended
- U-Haul - moving van rentals with the motto "Adventures Across America"
- Frontier Communications - local telephone service for Elk Grove residents
- AT&T - local telephone service for Sacramento residents
- PG&E - Pacific Gas & Electric Utilities (gas)
- SMUD - Sacramento Municipal Utilities Department (electricity)