Located along the Sacramento River, the city itself is flat. Still, the land area generally rose to the east up to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. The river has provided seasonal access to the sea and was dredged in the early 20th century. By 1963, a newer canal was opened to San Francisco Bay that had made Sacramento a deepwater port year-round. Being one of the most historical states in California, the city boasts several amenities, landmarks, parks, and other must-see points of interest. The city beckons to the cities wherein the metro area is the frontrunner of farm-to-fork movements. The city is abundant in fresh and locally sourced foods from farms, breweries, and wineries that surround the area. Sacramento was known to be a family-centric town and that an influx of younger residents has diversified the population of the city.

Population 479,686  (17.20%)

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