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Folsom's Empire Ranch & American River Canyon North

Folsom's Broadstone & Prairie Oaks Communities

      East Sacramento County


        Folsom's Lake Adjacent Communities

            East Elk Grove


            Elk Grove Proper


     Laguna Creek 


         Laguna West


A neighborhood of heritage, tradition.  Streets are shaded by canopies of sycamore trees. Homes of architectural significance. Property values are some of the strongest in the city. Within walking distance to most homes is William Land Park, 166 acres of respite in the center of town. Vibrant,  beautiful.  Land Park.


El Dorado Hills homes
Composed, well heeled living in the golden foothills just east of Sacramento. Gated villages of move up and semi custom homes set on hillsides commanding spectacular views of the Sacramento valley.


Latest News & Events

SacBee -- Our Region
The Sacramento Bee Online, Sacramento, CA
SacBee -- Our Region
  • California pharmacies resist push to translate drug labels
    Some health advocates want the California State Board of Pharmacy to require pharmacies to provide translated prescription labels for limted-English speakers.

    A pharmacist fills prescriptions inside the pharmacy at Santa Clara County Valley Medical Center.
  • UC Davis to work with Chinese on food safety
    The agreement brings together UC Davis and China’s Northwest Agricultural and Forestry University. The schools will work together to propose solutions for current problems in food safety in China at every point along its food chain, and will seek to improve tracing of food products.
  • Man donates 13,000 books to Sacramento library group
    A Sacramento man has donated 13,000 books to the Friends of the Arden-Dimick Library, the largest donation the organization has ever received and one that includes works spanning topics from the Civil War to women’s studies.

    Kenneth Anderson, of Sacramento, with All Pro Moving, stacks boxes filled with the more 13,000 books from a collection donated by Frank Rose to the Friends of the Arden-Dimick Library, the largest donation of its kind. The library will be selling many of the books.

    Frank Rose, of Sacramento, sits in his apartment as his collection of 13,000 books is loaded to a moving truck as a donation to the Friends of the Arden-Dimick Library. Rose had hoped to read some of the books when he retired but never did.

    A box with books donated by Frank Rose sits on a chair, part of his 13,000-book donation to the Friends of the Arden-Dimick Library. Volunteers will sort through the collection in search of hidden gems before putting most of the books up for sale.
  • Family keeps up search for UC Berkeley student six weeks after he went missing in El Dorado County
    The missing-person fliers for Vernon “Cody” Matthews hang at trailheads, campgrounds and businesses from Placerville to Tahoe.

    Vernon “Cody” Matthews was at a cabin near Pollock Pines, but can’t be located.
  • Paperwork oversight delays Fair Oaks Boulevard sidewalk project
    Sacramento County officials say a paperwork oversight likely will delay sidewalk construction along Fair Oaks Boulevard, near Jesuit High School and the Five Points Shopping Center, until next spring.
  • Utility boxes to get artistic look in downtown Sacramento
    An art project that beautifies street-side utility boxes downtown will be unveiled to the public early next month.

    Utility box after transformation

    Utility box after artistic touch
  • NBA player Matt Barnes uses social media to hunt Sacramento aunt’s murder suspect
    Sacramento Police said suspect Michael Lee Williams is believed to still be in the south Sacramento area

    Los Angeles Clippers small forward Matt Barnes talks with Chris Mullin, adviser to the Kings chairman, before a game at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento in November 2013. Barnes has posted a plea on social media for information about the July 8 stabbing of his aunt, Tanganyika Williams.

    Michael Williams

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