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As California’s capital, Sacramento is the perfect place to settle down in a quality lifestyle. Just like much of the rest of the state, its capital provides generous amounts of landscape that is perfect for anyone who enjoys being outdoors. With a population at a little over 485,000 residents, it is also the 6th largest city in California. It has also been known as the distribution point of both commercial and agricultural products in California as well as being named the most diverse and integrated city in the United States by Time Magazine in 2002.

Weather conditions in Sacramento, California

The median annual temperature for Sacramento is 61 degrees Fahrenheit. In its coldest month (generally December) the high is 46.4 and its hottest month (usually July) is 75.5. Humidity is often very low, perfect for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities.

Sacramento Schools – Education

The city of Sacramento is part of the Sacramento City Unified School District. It’s the 11th largest school district in the state of California and serves approximately 42,000 students a year. Schools that are part of this district include:

  • Abraham Lincoln Elementary
  • Albert Einstein Middle School
  • American Legion High School
  • Bowling Green Charter School
  • Bret Harte Elementary School
  • California Middle School
  • Camellia Basic Elementary School
  • Earl Warren Elementary School
  • Fern Bacon Middle School
  • Golden Empire Elementary School
  • Hiram Johnson High School
  • John Still School
  • Mark Twain Elementary
  • Matsumaya Elementary
  • Rosa Parks School
  • Sam Brannan Middle School
  • Sequoia Elementary School
  • West Campus High School
  • Theodore Judah Elementary School

Sacramento is the perfect place for anyone from single residents to large families. Our extensive portfolio includes apartment rental here and elsewhere. Contact us today and be on your way to finding the home of your dreams!