Living in Sacramento

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sacramento-easter-eventsThe Sacramento region is an area with an abundance of activities year round- there is always so much to do and see around Sacramento in 2014.  With Easter just around the corner, there are so many activities to choose from.

If you are looking for egg hunts, carnivals, or just to have some good quality family fun, below is a list of some event “hop”pening around Sacramento, CA you can check out.

Arden Park in Sacramento

Join the fun for an Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday, April 19, 2014 at Arden Park.  Carnival games start at 8am to 10am and the egg hunt begins at 10:15 by age groups.  For more information, visit http://www.aprpd.org/page11.html 

Fair Oaks Park in Fair Oaks

Join the Fair Oaks Recreation and Park District as they present an

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One of the benefits of living in the Sacramento region is the abundance of activities to do around town.  With the weather warming up, now is a great time to go and enjoy the outdoors and take a bike ride on the American River Bike Trail.  Whether you live in Roseville, Davis, Folsom, or Sacramento, the American River Bike Trail is just a short drive away.

History of The American River Bike Trail

The American River Bike Trail (also known as the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail) originally was discovered in the early 19th century by a famous fur trapper, Jedediah Smith.  Smith became interested in this area that would become the American River Bike Trail because to its rich abundance of wildlife along the American River.  In the late 19th century, the trail

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california-droughtAs many residents around the Sacramento region are aware, we are coming into one of the more challenging drought years in a long time. California water conservation is becoming an increasingly important issue as it affects so many different facets of our daily lives here in our beautiful state.  With lack of rain in the month of January, along with the back to back dry winters in 2012 and 2013, we all need to work together as a community to conserve as much of this precious resource as possible. 

Here are some water saving tips, courtesy of Placer County Water Agency (PCWA) and the City of Sacramento.

Indoor Water Saving Tips

  • Wash only full loads of clothes in the washing machine and full loads of dishes in the dishwasher (saves 15 to 45 gallons
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sacramento-eventsLooking for things to do in Sacramento County in 2014? Experience the best of Sacramento & area's cultural and entertainment scene, with our picks for our favorite Sacramento events. We kick off the near year with a selection of must dos in our beautiful city. Whether you're in town for a visit, or a local looking for the latest info on festivals & events in Sacramento County like Dine Downtown Restaurant Week, and the Orangevale County Music Festival, we've got you covered.

Be sure to check back for future posts on what's happening in the Sacramento County. Stay in the loop and never miss out on another event again! Compliments of www.HomesForSacramento.com.

Dine Downtown Restaurant Week 2014

January 8th-14th, 2014
Various locations around

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There are so many reasons why you would want to choose to buy a property in what most people love to call the City of Trees. While the extreme heat during summer may talk you out of moving to this really fun city, living here can be so much thrilling. So you have deliberated all the right reasons to move? Now, you feel like all you need is that extra push. If you feel like making some major changes in your outlook in life, why not consider the following factors to help you finally make up your mind to live in Sacramento.

World-class Universities

If aside from starting a new, one of your reasons of moving is to further your education, Sacramento is home to world-class colleges and universities. University of California, University of Phoenix, and

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