Clovis is located in the San Joaquin Valley. Considered as the “gateway to the Sierras,” it is home to 285 acres of parks and trails. It’s one of the best places to enjoy music, art, and food. Plus, if you are looking for a better paying job, you may just find your best job yet here.
7. El Dorado Hills
At El Dorado Hills, you will enjoy pleasant and peaceful days as it is a community within foothills of El Dorado County, and includes more than 100 acres of parks. It offers stunning canyon views, sprawl- freeways, strip malls, and also continuing development of tightly packed homes.
If you are looking for a place where there is less traffic, pollution, and population, you may want to consider living in a small town like Eureka. This beautiful North Coast city in Humboldt County boasts a picturesque scenery and a mild year-round climate. It is the largest city between San Francisco and Portland, Oregon.
There are many good reasons why you may want to consider living in Folsom, California. With relatively affordable housing, excellent public schools, community-centered living, and many great places to visit and relax, you will find the city a friendly one.
10. Granite Bay
This rustic yet upscale city is part of the Sacramento area. If you are concerned about employment, you may find the high median income in the business scene in this area also encouraging. There are also a lot of activities you can get your hands on throughout the year.