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Folsom is a town in Sacramento County, California located about 23 miles from Sacramento. The population was 72,203 at the 2010 census.
Folsom residents enjoy a wide variety of beautiful neighborhoods. Tree-lined streets showcase a variety of appealing houses, condominiums, and apartment homes. From Victorian-era residences in the City’s Historic District, to the classic designs of the 20th century, to the latest in executive homes in Tuscan style, there is something for everyone here.
Folsom residents enjoy access to multiple recreational opportunities, from Folsom Lake to a growing system of bike and hiking trails. Folsom boasts its own City Zoo Sanctuary, Library, Senior Center, Art Gallery, Aquatic Center, Sports Complex, numerous sports fields, a dog park and much more.
Light Rail transports residents to the State Capitol from three Folsom train stations. The Folsom Stage Line is a City-run bus line that offers both regular and paratransit services within the city.
Local shopping centers, including the Historic District, the Folsom Premium Outlets and Palladio at Broadstone, and a wide variety of local businesses make shopping convenient.
The Harris Center, located on the campus of Folsom Lake Community College, offers performances by the Folsom Lake Symphony, as well as visiting Broadway productions and musical events.
With more than 230 sunny days a year on average and so many recreational opportunities, it is no wonder Folsom residents spend so much of their time outdoors.