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Unread 05-21-2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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Moving to Scaramento in July. What are the good/bad areas.

Like the title says I'm moving back to Sacramento Cali in July. Wife used to live there back in the early 80's. Where gunna be working at the old McClellan AFB area. Let me know what areas are good and bad to live in.

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Unread 05-21-2013, 08:01 PM   #2
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Not to put down anyone's neighborhood but, I wouldn't want to live in the area around McClellan (north highlands) or the south sac area around Florin Road.
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Wife was looking at Natomas area. Around I5 and I80. And Kokomo park.
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Gc glad to see another wj that wheels moving to NorCal look at the slickrock run and also the high lakes run
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Actually every run this particular crew puts on is awesome we have a great time and there's never stupid problems
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I can't help you with aha area to move to but here's the run fast540 was talking about, and welcome to Norcal.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f317/...-20-a-1526132/
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Both Roseville and antelope are nice. Natomas is hit and miss
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Natomas north of 80 and as close to the East side or better yet on the West side of 5 towards West Sac is good. I'm right off of 5 near the "Arco Arena" area myself and it's been pretty good. If you start moving toward the East side of Truxel/Natomas blvd. you start getting the Del Paso Heights stuff creeping in a bit IMO especially some of those apartment complexes over there. Definitely don't go for southeast of the 80/5 corner. That's the old Natomas.
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Thanks for all the inputs. The wife is looking for houses everyday.
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I can't help you with aha area to move to but here's the run fast540 was talking about, and welcome to Norcal.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f317/...-20-a-1526132/

Thanks. I used to live at Hamilton AFB (Navato, Ca.) as a kid in the early 70's. Will going back home for me sorta.
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Thanks. I used to live at Hamilton AFB (Navato, Ca.) as a kid in the early 70's. Will going back home for me sorta.
Lived in Petaluma most of my life.
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The Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis area is perfect. And close enough to McClellan.
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message me I live in sac on greenback and I repo at night I can tell you where you wanna live and where you SHOULD'NT and why.
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The Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis area is perfect. And close enough to McClellan.
Loomis is awesome, but probably expensive. I dont live in sac but i worked all over sac for 9 years. Natomas is nice , loomis is the best, parts of rocklin, woodland is nice. But auburn, cool, georgetown, forest hill are a little out of the city but imo worth the commute to live somewhere with trees and less people.
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