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Find the little neighborhood of Outer Roseville/Rocklin located roughly 22 miles northeast from Sacramento and directly bordering Roseville, which lies roughly 6 miles from Rocklin. This largely residential neighborhood is considered to be part of the Sacramento Metropolitan Area.

Though Roseville does share a name with many other towns across the nation, it bears the distinction of being the largest within the moniker. Over the years, the overall area has grown into a major urban city, with this neighborhood making up the residential part of town and supported by a few shopping options for locals.


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As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Rocklin, CA is $1,391 for one bedroom, $1,660 for two bedrooms, and $2,114 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Rocklin has increased by 3.7% in the past year.

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43 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
15 Transit Score® Minimal Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable



Most dining options in Rocklin can be found concentrated toward the southern part of the neighborhood, with a reasonable overall mix of homegrown cuisine and international offerings. Primo Pizza Burger Brew, a locally owned and operated pizza, burger and sandwich restaurant, serves traditional brick oven pizza with hand-tossed and made-from-scratch pizza dough. Don't miss out on trying the local favorite creamy chicken and garlic pizza, which combines a creamy garlic ranch sauce with grilled chicken, mushrooms, red onions, yellow onions and cooked tomato slices. A local legend in Rocklin, Granite Rock Grill serves breakfast and lunch from 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. every day and provides a catering service for any kind of event. The menu trends toward comfort food with cuisine ranging from traditional American breakfasts to south-of-the-border basics. If you're stopping in for breakfast, don't pass up trying the Luis, stuffed French toast filled with cream cheese and served with your choice of cinnamon apples, fresh blueberries or marmalade and whipped cream. Started by Jack and Dennis Chang, Chang Bros. built a reputation as one of the best gourmet Chinese experiences in the neighborhood. With an extensive menu ranging from hot and spicy to vegetarian, Chang Bros. has a menu item to suit any appetite or budget. The chef recommends General Tso's shrimp, which features jumbo shrimp lightly battered and sauteed in a spicy brown sauce. If you don't have time to dine in, Chang Bros. also delivers. When night falls and it's time to unwind after a long day or start the weekend how you mean to go on, the eclectic nightlife in the area delivers a couple of interesting options in Outer Roseville and Rocklin. For a unique change of pace and somewhere to take the kids, head to Strikes Unlimited, a bowling alley with an arcade, sports bar and live performances. For more adult entertainment, Out of Bounds Brewing Company provides handcrafted ales in a tasting room that has 12 of their beers on tap in a relaxed bar space. Strikes Unlimited and Blue Goose Event Center both feature live music and other events frequently.


The history of Outer Roseville and Rocklin speaks largely of industrialization. The area started out as a popular site for gold mining, then gradually transitioned into a granite quarry, the materials of which were used for buildings in Sacramento. The site became a railroad stop for refueling and also a water stop. Over time, people began to settle in the area. A town was incorporated in 1893 and the post office was established in 1898.

Find several museums around the Outer Roseville and Rocklin area that are devoted to the local history of the towns and some of the quarries that were once located throughout the area. Mark your calendars each May for the annual Splash Festival in the nearby Roseville Aquatics Complex, featuring local artists, food and drink from across the region as well as live music.


Because public transportation in this neighborhood is limited to the commuter services to Sacramento via bus and rail, locals generally travel within and around the Outer Roseville/Rocklin area via personal automobile. Uber operates within the Sacramento area and it’s possible to arrange a pickup from a taxi service in Outer Roseville/Rocklin, while taxi cabs are available if you want to call for a pickup and drop off.

There is limited free on-street parking but plenty of places to leave your car when you’re making use of local businesses. Find longer-term parking at the Amtrak Station in the area for commuters to Sacramento. Outer Roseville/Rocklin connects to Sacramento via extensive bike trails, which makes it a friendly commute for cyclists, but only a few minimal bike-friendly roads lie within the neighborhood itself. Due to how spread out the businesses are, most errands and short trips within the neighborhood remain hard to achieve on foot.


If you’re looking for a city feel without the financial overhead of living within Sacramento itself, Outer Roseville/Rocklin provides a great option, coming in with a cost of living at roughly 10 percent lower than the average for the city.

You can expect to pay an average cost to rent a one-bedroom apartment in the neighborhood of just over $1000, while the cost to commute from this neighborhood to downtown Sacramento using public transportation sits at just $1.25 for a one way fare. A pint of beer in a local bar or restaurant will set you back around $8.65, and the price per gallon of gasoline hovers around 6.8 percent above than the national average.


Head towards the southern part of this neighborhood if you’re on the hunt for a bargain or some window shopping. Find the Rock Creek Plaza there, a shopping mall with the standard selection of chain and national stores, such as Hobby Town USA.

Specialty boutiques in Outer Roseville/Rocklin cater less to humans and more to our four legged friends. Wags to Riches is a dog and cat grooming boutique that also carries a range of pet related products for grooming, feeding, giving treats and playtime. Posh Puppy Boutique sells designer dog clothes and accessories as well as a range of cat clothing and a wide selection of pet beds, toys and more.

Find many grocery chains in the neighborhood, including Safeway and Walgreens, as well some specialty grocery stores such as Nugget Markets, a bakery with a selection of organic and artisan foods. The Sprouts Farmers Market sells natural and organic food items at low prices. Thanks to the climate, you can often come across individual stands selling produce from personal gardens or local growers.


The city of Rocklin provides up to 30 developed park spaces to its residents and an additional 200 acres of open green spaces, many of which are free for regular recreational use. The neighborhood parks open from sunrise to one hour after sunset, while the community parks hold the same hours with the exception of the lighted fields, which stay open until 10 p.m. during league play. This neighborhood also includes waterparks available all year round, with some limitations depending on drought conditions.

The Rruff Dog Park on 5th Street serves as the only off-leash dog park in the neighborhood, with an enclosed play space for pets as well as ample seating along the exterior. Twin Oaks Park features an extensive sports complex with lighting for baseball, softball and soccer. This park also hosts a playground for the kids and a mile-long pathway for walking and jogging.

Located in central Rocklin, Johnson-Springview Park sports many recreation facilities for exercise enthusiasts with lighted baseball and softball fields, a soccer field, lighted tennis courts, an 18 hole disc golf course, public restrooms, a sand volleyball court, a children’s playground, a roller hockey rink and a skate park. This park also has over 90 acres of open green space with some long-lived oak trees and Antelope Creek running through it. It is also the location of the local community center, picnic pavilion and the parks-and-recreation offices.

The City of Rocklin hosts a Movies in the Park event every June with two dates to accommodate your schedule. In addition to this, the community center located at Johnson-Springview Park regularly hosts events over the course of the year.


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6115 Brookside Cir, Rocklin, CA 95677
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101 Coppervale Cir, Rocklin, CA 95765
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5240 Rocklin Rd, Rocklin, CA 95677
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6201 W Oaks Blvd, Rocklin, CA 95765
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Apartments for Rent in Outer Roseville Rocklin, Rocklin, CA

Find the little neighborhood of Outer Roseville/Rocklin located roughly 22 miles northeast from Sacramento and directly bordering Roseville, which lies roughly 6 miles from Rocklin. This largely residential neighborhood is considered to be part of the Sacramento Metropolitan Area.

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