1 apartments for rent in Foothill Farms, Sacramento, CA

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5417 Palm Ave, Sacramento, CA 95841
$825 | 2 Beds

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Foothill Farms Neighborhood in Sacramento, CA

Foothill Farms Neighborhood

Foothill Farms is a 2.3 square mile residential neighborhood in Sacramento. It is bordered on the north by the neighborhood of Antelope, on the east by Citrus Heights, on the south by Carmichael, and on the west by North Highlands. The ZIP code of Foothill Farms is 95842.

There are many college and universities in the area. American River College, California State University Sacramento, Sierra College, Sacramento City College, and Cosumnes River College are all within about 15 miles of Foothill Farms. University of California Davis, a major campus of the famed University of California system, is about 25 miles away.

The median household income in Foothill Farms is approximately $50,000, about 15 percent less than the average for California.

During World War II, part of the site that is now Foothill Farms became an assembly center used in the relocation of Japanese-Americans from the Sacramento and San Joaquin areas. Today, the neighborhood’s Walerga park contains an historical monument consisting of a marker and a grove of cherry trees, and dedicated to the memory of that unfortunate piece of history.

Foothill Farms is adjacent to Interstate 80 and is six miles from the nearest Amtrak station. Most people commute to work by car. The most popular commute method is driving alone, followed by carpooling. A small minority take the bus, walk, or use some other means of transportation. The most commonly held jobs by neighborhood residents are in construction, health care, public administration, finance, insurance, and hotel and food service.

The neighborhood has several shopping centers and small parks and playgrounds.

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