Roseville has become the ideal blend of an urban and suburban community for families to live.

Welcome to Roseville

A lush, family-oriented community with every convenience   
Roseville has its roots in history as it was a stop along the old California Central Railroad line. Since its modest inception, Roseville has become the ideal blend of an urban and suburban community for families to live. This welcoming community is full of historic tree-lined streets and a quaint downtown home to many local shops, bars, and restaurants.
Centrally located in Northern California near the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Roseville boasts a warm Mediterranean climate. With nearby mountains, lakes, and rivers, there is always something to explore. The rental market in Roseville is also growing rapidly and provides an excellent investment.

What to Love

  • Westfield Galleria at Roseville
  • Accessible urban amenities, such as hospitals, jobs, and shopping 
  • Abundant parks and playgrounds

Local Lifestyle

As the most populous city of Placer County, Roseville is a centrally located community that boasts both urban and suburban charms. This bustling city is full of excitement, whether it is events at the local fairgrounds, exploring new hiking trails, or visiting one of the family-friendly parks. Roseville locals also enjoy a wide array of delicious food offerings at one of the many local restaurants. Despite all this excitement, the pace is slower in Roseville. It is a perfect marriage of a bustling city with a casual, laidback suburban community.

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Roseville is known for its excellent shopping and dining opportunities, including the second-largest mall in Northern California: the Westfield Galleria at Roseville. This massive indoor mall houses iconic luxury fashion retailers like Coach and Gucci, as well as various restaurants. It’s the perfect place to spend the day shopping.
The quaint Old Town Pizza serves fresh pizza, salads, and sandwiches, along with wine and beer options. Four Sisters Cafe provides classic American food in a quintessential diner setup. Sunday brunch is a must at Four Sisters Cafe. Another Roseville staple is Roundhouse Deli, home of the famous tri-tip tacos. 
Down the street is the Roseville Meat Company, a butcher shop with a wide array of high-quality meat available to purchase and can even help with processing your wild game. Roseville is also home to Denio’s Farmers Market & Swap Meet. This market is open yearly with a large variety of vendors selling fresh produce, food, and artisanal goods. 

Things to Do

There is always something to explore in Roseville, whether it’s new hiking trails, an old historic district, or the city parks. Old Town Roseville is a popular spot downtown, full of dining, shopping, and historic buildings. The well-preserved area is also close to trails and parks.
The Miner’s Ravine Trail is a dog-friendly hiking trail that runs along babbling brooks. Nearby is Antelope Creek Trail, another excellent trail centrally located in Roseville, making it highly accessible. Residents can find more dog-friendly trails at the City of Roseville Wetland Preserve. The spacious Mahany Park is great for family fun, with multiple sports fields and an aquatic center next to the community library. 
Another spot for excitement can be found at @the Grounds, a large venue that hosts multiple events throughout the year. Some annual events include the Fourth of July fireworks show and the Placer County Fair. 


The city of Roseville has excellent public and private schools, including:

Overview for Roseville, CA

152,315 people live in Roseville, where the median age is 39 and the average individual income is $44,175.51. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

39 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Roseville, CA

Roseville has 56,555 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Roseville do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 152,315 people call Roseville home. The population density is 1,539.81 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population


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Median Age

48.44 / 51.56%

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  • Less Than 9th Grade
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor Degree

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Schools in Roseville, CA

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The following schools are within or nearby Roseville. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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George A. Buljan Middle
George Sargeant Elementary
American Montessori Academy
Diamond Creek Elementary
Junction Elementary
Adelante High (Continuation)
Gates Of Learning Center
Roseville Community School
Nautilus Montessori School
Catheryn Gates Elementary
Robert C. Cooley Middle
Independence High (Alternative)
Adventure Christian School
Excelsior Elementary
Stoneridge Elementary
Ferris Spanger Elementary
St Albans Country Day School
George Cirby Elementary
Vencil Brown Elementary
William Kaseberg Elementary
Bradford Woodbridge Fundamental Elementary
Thomas Jefferson Elementary

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