Sharon as this is June 1 2010 your timeline must be wrong. Go talk to an attorney the sheriff will not go a set out without the proper court proceedings taking place. It sounds like there may be some confusion over your rights and an attorney is a good place to start to find out what you can do.... more
You really cannot go wrong with either Rocklin or Roseville. A lot of the newer homes in the area are on smaller lots. I like East Roseville because it is older and mature which means that the landscape is larger along with the lot sizes. There are some larger lot sizes in West Roseville as well but because the neighborhoods are newer the landscape is not as mature. There are two different parts of Rocklin, 95677 & 95765. On the 95765 side is a lot more shopping and is more the heart of Rocklin. 95677 is more near the country and gives off more of that feel but is still super close to everything along with having great freeway access minus the noise. I am fifth generation to this area and I have actually attended the schools in the area, they rate very high and have great teachers.
If you have any other questions please feel free to let me know, I would be more than happy to help you any way that I can!
It depends on where in Sacramento you live, and what time you are going to work. In the mornings, going to Sacramento from Roseville shouldn't be too bad. You might get stopped up by Douglas, by Madison, switching from Bus. 80, down by Arden and Cal Expo. It definitely would be a shorter drive than those going to Sacramento from Roseville.
Now going home could take a little longer, again depending on where you live and where you are working. If you work in certain parts of Roseville, you could get on the freeway at Riverside, and avoid the slow traffic areas before there. You're still probably gonna get stopped up/slowed down on Bus. 80.
If you plan on working in Roseville, finding a place to buy or rent in Roseville would be a good idea if you want to avoid that commute time. But you're commuting time won't be as bad as those who are working in Sacramento and live in Roseville.
When I drive to dowtown Sac from Roseville at non-rush hours, it takes me about 20-30 minutes.
You are correct there is not an age limit in the Heritage Oaks Community and it is family friendly. There are lots of amenities, pool, tennis, club house that the kids can use, and it's close to shopping, schools and fitness centers. Although the community was originally trying to compete with Del Webb it didn't quite work out so they opened it up to everyone and now they are trying to get the word out so it is slowly but surely becoming more of a family communtiy. I hope this helps in your decision to move to Roseville. Please call or email me with any questions you may have regarding the Roseville area, 916-412-2573, firstname.lastname@example.org... more
I live in the LA area but travel frequently to Roseville. Roseville is a lovely town but they do get quite chilly and gloomy in the winter time. The average temperature in January is sub 50 and it is cloudy approx. 58% of the time in January.
You can find good city information including weather stats here at: http://www.city-data.com/city/Roseville-California.html... more
I live about two miles from West Park in Diamond Creek (Blue Oaks and Woodcreek Oaks) Once in a great while we get odors from the Materials Recycling Plant and dump that is on Athens and Fiddyment up near the casino. Fairly rare, maybe five or six times a year. - Jim in Roseville... more