Community Information

Roseville, California is a diverse and vibrant community.

Approximately 25% of the population is under the age of 18. Approximately 58% of the city’s population is between the ages of 25 and 65.

The median household income in Roseville is $80,658. A third of all households in Roseville have an annual income of over $100,000. []

The average price for a home in Roseville is about $409,100 with an ownership rate over 65%. []

Roseville is the perfect community for every company. Our ethic, racial and educational diversity makes our city a great place to “hang your shingle.”

The population of the city is approximately 134,073 people. The population growth of the city is 4.9% more than twice the state average.

Roseville Fountains


No matter your business needs, you can find them here

Roseville has significant Class “A” office space located in a number of business/office corridors.  These sites offer convenient access and brief commutes for employees and customers.  There are industrial corridors that have been developed to specifically handle the infrastructure and transportation needs for our industrial partners.  Any, and all, support services for the local businesses and their employees can be found right here.

Roseville is situated 20 miles east of Sacramento, the state capital.  It sits on Interstate 80, between Interstate 5 and Highway 65.  These Interstates connect Roseville to San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, as well as the borders of Canada and Mexico.

Sacramento International Airport is located 30 minutes away, offering daily flights to LA, NYC, Beijing, London, as well as many other cities connecting you and your business to anywhere in the United States and the World.  If you need rail transportation, over 100 years ago the City of Roseville was built around the railroad, and Union Pacific continues to have a strong presence and a rail yard in the City.  If you require connection to major ports; the Port of Oakland, Port of Stockton and Port of Sacramento are all located within a two hours drive.

By Car:
Sacramento – 20 miles
San Francisco – 100 miles
San Jose – 130 miles

By Train:
San Francisco – 2 hours

By Plane:
Sacramento to Los Angeles – 1.25 hours


The city of Roseville has the perfect climate for business. There is enough precipitation to allow everything to grow, but not interfere with business and shipping.

With an average rainfall of 22 inches, versus the national average of 37 inches, Roseville is drier than most places in the US, but is not desert. We only receive an average snowfall of 0.2 inches.

With an average summer high of 97 and an average winter low of 33, Roseville is the perfect climate for all kinds of industries, particularly businesses that rely on good weather.

The sun shines 247 days out of the year leaving an excellent possibility of solar power to power your offices or plant. Skylight ceilings can save thousands of dollars on electricity.

Despite an elevation of only 150, Roseville is almost entirely outside of flood plain areas, meaning less chance of devastating economic impacts from unusually high rainfall.

All in all, Roseville has the perfect climate to live in. Combined with our proximity to the foothills of the Sierra Mountains, you can start your day in the warmth of Roseville and go skiing in the mountains before lunch, then back home to grill in the backyard.

Your trucks, cars and people will never need to stop due to poor weather. Every day, thousands of vehicles move past Roseville on I-80 and nothing can stop their run to San Francisco and the rest of the West Coast.


Roseville is the center of a very active area. Within only an hour or so, there are literally thousands of things to do.

Right here in Roseville, we have miles and miles of bike trails, dozens of parks and community events year round.

Downtown Roseville offers a third Saturday art walk. Galleries and art-friendly venues host visitors who take in the art and sights of creativity and beauty at the heart of our city.

Golfers will love Roseville. Woodcreek Golf Club and Diamond Oaks Golf Course provide world-class golfing. Hit the links in Roseville and set some golf records.

Roseville also has “Cosmos,” an 80-foot sculpture created by Aris Demetrios in 1990. The statue is a stunning sight for Interstate 80. There is a walking path around it and you can stand under this amazing creation to marvel at the design.

San Francisco is approximately 1.5-2 hours away. Sacramento is only a half-hour away. Both cities provide an amazing number of things to do. San Francisco has some legendary places to visit including world-class museums and some of the world’s most famous neighborhoods and sights. Sacramento is the Capitol of California. Visitors can stop by and see the government at work, as well as more amazing museums and sights.

Right near Roseville, we have the foothills of the Sierra Mountains, with nearly unlimited opportunities for hiking, biking and skiing. The great outdoors starts right here in Roseville and continues right into one of the world’s most beautiful mountain ranges.


Roseville is a great city to get around in. 

With only 134,073 people in a very large area, traffic is rarely an issue. 

There are miles of bike paths around town, in the dozens of parks and bike lanes on the streets. 

Roseville also has a great bus system that can get you almost anywhere for little or no money.

Interstate 80 and State Highway 65 are in the city. A short drive to Sacramento will get you to Interstate 5, which can take you to anywhere on the West Coast.

Amtrak runs through the city, allowing you to get on a train to anywhere in America. We also have a Greyhound bus station in town, as well.

There is an international airport in Sacramento that can bring travelers to any place on earth in no time.

All the highways, trains, buses and airplanes make it very easy to travel or ship freight anywhere in the world.

We invite you to come to our city and experience the ease of getting around.


The 2016 Roseville, CA, population is 134,073. There are 3,279 people per square mile (population density).

Family in Roseville, CA
The median age is 37.4. The US median is 37.3. 55% of people in Roseville, CA, are married. 11% are divorced. []

The average household size is 2.62 people. 38% of people are married, with children. 13% have children, but are single.








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Live, Work & Play

Roseville is the perfect city to do everything you need in life.


Roseville’s housing affordability and safe homes and safe streets are ideal for raising a family. With great schools that can take children from pre-school to college, our city is the perfect place to raise a family.

We have a wonderful retail base, with everything from local grocers and shops to a large mall with world-famous chains.


Roseville has a strong local economy and excellent employers. Bringing your business to Roseville, whether through an expansion or relocation, is as affordable and easy as can be.

With competitively priced commercial facilities and everyday savings, your decision will be an easy one to make. Roseville can help to increase your business’ bottom line. The numerous business corridors will provide some amazing office spaces, great retail and restaurant locations. The City also has a number of industrial corridors that are set up to help any company with their distribution and manufacturing needs.


Roseville’s extensive collection of parks, miles of trails and acres of open space are perfect for playing outdoors. With endless swimming, hiking and skiing within easy reach, Roseville is the perfect place to play close to home.

Great nightlife, museums, a vibrant arts community, visual and performing arts thrive in and around town.

Roseville is that perfect place to come and stay.

We invite you to contact us to learn more about how wonderful it is in Roseville, for your family and your business.

Local Amenities

Located 20 miles to the East of the state capital, Roseville is a short day trip away from all types of entertainment and attractions. Within minutes you can be at Folsom Lake, beautiful Old Town Sacramento, the Sierra Nevada mountains or the historical landmark that is the Gold Country.

Whether you want the relaxation that is Napa Valley and the world famous Wine Country or the hustle and bustle that is the cultural epicenter of San Francisco, these destinations are only a short drive away.

For the outdoor person, places like Lake Tahoe, Yosemite National Park, Squaw Valley and other equally majestic locations are within a couple hours drive.

As you can see, no matter your choice of relaxation and/or distraction, it can be had from Roseville:

  • Sacramento – 20 miles
  • Squaw Valley – 90 miles
  • San Francisco – 100 miles
  • Reno, NV – 115 miles
  • Lake Tahoe – 95 miles
  • Yosemite – 170 miles
  • Napa Valley – 75 miles

The region has many attributes that support a high quality of life; a temperate climate, housing affordability and the close proximity to the numerous recreational opportunities. Roseville, and the region, offer major cultural and entertainment amenities; including a professional symphony, ballet, opera and multiple theatres. The region is also home to some professional sports franchises; including the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, MLB’s Sacramento River Cats and the Triple A Affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. The Sacramento Capitals, a professional tennis team, call Roseville their home court.

Top 10 Employers

(as of March 2016)

Some of the largest employers in Roseville represent nearly every sector
of American business.

Kaiser Permanente = 4,988

Hewlet Packard = 2,300

Sutter Health = 2,100

Union Pacific = 1,150

Roseville Joint Union High School District = 1,090

City of Roseville = 1,072

Roseville City School District = 1,034

Pride = 838

Adventist Health = 801

Consolidated Communications = 440


Higher education is a cornerstone of economic development in a knowledge economy.  An educated workforce is one of the primary locational decision factors for businesses.  Synergies between education and industry create competitive economic clusters where education provides innovation and workers, and industry provides support and employment.

In 2016, the Roseville Joint Union High School District had a 95% graduation rate, and an average SAT score of 1607.  Placer County had a 95% graduation rate in 2016.

39.1% of Roseville’s adult residents have a college degree, bachelor’s or higher.  The CA average is 31.7%.

Roseville’s public schools are among the best in the state.  With a student:teacher ratio of 27.5 to 1, Roseville’s teachers work with our students to make them even better students and members of the community.  The average dropout rate for Roseville’s three high schools is only 3.1%, well below the state and national average.

South Placer County is home to several colleges, including Sierra College, William Jessup University, Brandman University, National University, and University of Phoenix, with a number of major universities within an easy 30 to 40 minute drive.  The city is aggressively pursuing additional higher education opportunities by reaching out to more colleges and universities to expand into Roseville.

There are dozens of regional colleges and universities that feed the city’s businesses with some amazingly talented people.  The regional universities account for more than 120,000 college students and graduates ready and willing to join the workforce.

Sierra College
Phone: 916- 745-7560

William Jessup University
Phone: 916- 577-2200

Brandman University
Phone: 949-341-9800

University of California, Davis
Phone: 530-752-1011

California State University, Sacramento
Phone: 916-228-6011

University of Phoenix
Phone: 866-766-0766

University of San Francisco, Sacramento
Phone: 415-422-5555

American River College, Sacramento
Phone: 916-325-4600

Sacramento City College, Sacramento
Phone: 916-558-2111

Cosumnes River College, Sacramento
Phone: 916-691-7344

Warwick University, Roseville