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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 

           Sacramento

         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
  • Final wishes of a ‘good man’ or deathbed fraud? Judge to rule in probate case
    This much is clear from the court records on file in Judge Christopher E. Krueger’s Sacramento courtroom: Kenneth Pawlowski, a prominent Sacramento-area veterinarian, was having dinner at Ruth’s Chris Steak House with his friend, attorney Kenneth L. Rosenfeld, and their wives on the evening of March 12, 2011. Pawlowski’s cellphone buzzed, and on the other end was a nurse from the Eskaton Care Center skilled nursing facility in Greenhaven. She told Pawlowski that a third friend of the pair, Joseph Herb O’Brien, 74, appeared to be nearing the end.

    Joseph Herb O'Brien

    Attorney Kenneth L. Rosenfeld said he wrote down the final wishes of his friend J. Herb O'Brien on this legal sheet, transferring the bulk of the dying man's estate to veterinarian Ken Pawlowski.

    Ken Pawlowski

    Kenneth L. Rosenfeld
  • Personal Finance: If disaster strikes, are you ready?
    Earthquake. Fire. Flood. It could be any natural disaster that could unexpectedly overtake your home or work in minutes. With California’s wildfire season warming up, we look at how to be prepared – financially and physically – to handle any kind of emergency or evacuation.

    Claudia Buck
  • Marcos Breton: Mexican soccer chant poses a Sacramento problem
    This is a story about soccer, but its really about one word – a vulgarity in Spanish that can be a gay slur or a chant at soccer games in Mexico that has infiltrated sellout crowds here in Sacramento.

    Marcos Breton
  • Sacramento man arrested for allegedly starting Shasta County wildfire
    California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection officials arrested a Sacramento man late Friday for allegedly sparking a Shasta County wildfire that has burned 2,930 acres and destroyed six buildings.


    Fire officials arrested Freddie Alexander Smoke III, 37, of Sacramento, for allegedly igniting the Bully fire.
  • California braces as drought sparks early fire season
    State, local and federal firefighters have seen blazes break out exceedingly early in the calendar year, when forests typically would be awash in moisture. Agencies are bracing for one of the longest and most difficult fire seasons in memory.

    Cal Fire Capt. Aaron Bishop helps direct a helicopter at the Monticello fire on July 6. After the blaze ignited the night of July 4 in Yolo County, the department sought help from area agencies. Among them was the Sacramento Fire Department, which dispatched two engines before dawn the next day.


    Cal Fire Capt. Aaron Bishop calls in a helicopter water drop on the east side of the mountain as the Monticello fire burns on July 6 near Winters.

    An air tanker battles the Monticello fire July 6 near Winters. In the first week of the fiscal year, Cal Fire marshaled roughly 2,500 firefighters from across the state to battle the Monticello fire and the Butts fire, which collectively burned 10,800 acres. Both fires caused relatively little property damage, but how quickly they exploded has officials concerned about what could happen later.
  • Sacramento gallery celebrates return with Kahlo exhibition, contest
    Bridgett Rangel-Rexford and Lauren Rangel stepped into La Raza Galeria Posada on Saturday afternoon with their hair braided and pinned up, lips painted red and handmade costumes in tow. The sisters were preparing to compete in the first Frida Kahlo look-alike contest in Sacramento.

    Frida Kahlo look-alikes Bridgett Rangel-Rexford, left, and Lauren Rangel won the contest at La Raza Galeria Posada in Sacramento on Saturday, July 12, 2014. The contest accompanied the gallery’s art exhibition, Bound By Love: Homenaje a Frida Kahlo.

    Sisters Amanda Jimenez, 19, left, and Monica Jimenez, 17, admire the artwork at La Raza Galeria Posada in Sacramento.

    Natalia Deeb-Sossa of Sacramento photographs the Frida Kahlo look-alike contest Saturday at La Raza Galeria Posada.

    Frida Kahlo look-alikes compete at La Raza Galeria Posada in Sacramento on Saturday. The contest accompanied the gallery’s comeback in a new location and its current exhibition, “Bound by Love: Homenaje a Frida Kahlo.”
  • Elk Grove students grateful for continued ag funds
    As the State Fair began last week, 18 Elk Grove High School students showed off sheep and other animals they spent the past year raising in one of the area’s largest agriculture education programs.
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