Facts About Sacramento

Location: Located at the confluence of the Sacramento and AmericanRivers. Sacramento is 90 miles northeast of San Francisco, 383 miles north of Los Angeles. Elevation: 17 feet.
Area Code: 916
Population: 466,488 in the city and over 2 million in the metropolitan area, which consists of Sacramento and parts of Yolo, Placer and El Dorado, Sutter and Yuba counties.
Climate: Mediterranean. Sacramento enjoys mild year-round temperatures. Summers are dry with little humidity and an abundance of sunshine. The Winter months bring cool weather and consistent rain fall.
Prevailing Winds: 17.18″
Average Temperature in January: 53.5° F
Average Temperature in July: 88° F
Prevailing Winds: SW 8.1 mph
Transportation: The city is easily accessible from all directions. Interstate 80 and US Highway 50 run east/west; Interstate 5 and US Highway 99 run north/south. Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is served by virtually all major airlines with 150+ flights per day.
Culture: Sacramento is home to professional ballet, opera and theatre companies.  Professional sports are represented by the Sacramento Kings of the NBA and the Sacramento River Cats, a Triple-A baseball team.
Entertainment: Sacramento is home to over 32 theaters, galleries and museums. Night time entertainment keeps growing every year and ranges from trendy dance clubs to a number of intimate live music venues that host the entire spectrum of music tastes.
Government: Sacramento is the capitol city of California. The City of Sacramento government has an elected full-time mayor and eight council districts. The county has a board of five supervisors.Taxes: 7.75% sales tax; 12% hotel tax.
Recreation: The American and the Sacramento river offers residents a tremendous amount of water related outdoor activities including: Salmon and steelhead fishing, river rafting, boating.Sacramento municipal golf courses provide 540 acres of quality fairways and greens.Sacramento also contains 120 city parks encompassing over 2,000 acres
Annual & Seasonal Events  Second Saturday Art Walk, Sacramento Music Festival, Friday Night Summer Concerts at Caesar Chavez Park, California State Fair, CA International Marathon, Festival de la Familia,Pacific Rim, Mardi Gras, Pride Festival and Parade, Free Museum Day, Pan Pacific Masters Games, Gold Rush Days, Grape Escape, Salmon Festival, Holiday of Light, Midtown Cocktail Week,  Dine Downtown, Chalk It Up Art Festival, World Music Music and Dance Festival, Music Circus, California Brewer’s Festival, Sacramento Artober Arts Festival.
 R Street Corridor Facts 
Location: 54 Block Corridor Lies Q Street and S Street, and runs east-west from 29th St. to I-5 Freeway.CADA’s jurisdiction on the R Street Corridor runs from 9th to 19th Streets, Downtown Development jurisdiction runs from 2nd to 9th Streets.
Total Acres: 128
Number of Parcels: 1000+
Total Residential Buildout: 2,800 units
Office Commercial Buildout: 4.4 Million Square Feet