About Rancho Cordova
Lying in the eastern part of Sacramento County, the 478th city in the state of California rests proudly. Rancho Cordova is a smaller community with a rich history. Home of the first 12 miles of railroad in the state of California, Rancho Cordova is also the home of a successful aerospace company.One of the most historical features of Rancho Cordova is the Matthew Kilgore Cemetery. Located on Kilgore Road between Trade Center Drive and Sun Center Drive, this cemetery was established in 1874 and incorporated in 1888. With more than 150 burials at this site, including the Kilgore family, founding pioneer family plots can be seen throughout the land.With a population of 800,000+ residents in the city and growing, housing remains at an affordable price. Even businesses find it easy to build a new industry with class A office spaces renting for less than $2 per square foot. The Mather Commerce Center alone provides over 2 million square feet of office space to lend hand to those opening up a trade.
The largest industries of this beautiful city are professional and business services, financial activities, educational and health services, and transportation and utilities. The listings of all services can be located easily in the Rancho Cordova, CA yellow pages or in the Rancho Cordova, CA business directory.With approximately 23, 656 households, 55% of these being owner-occupied dwellings and the rest renter-occupied, the transportation remains easily accessible with room for growth. Three light rail stations serve Rancho Cordova and the Highway 50 corridor keeps things flowing through the city.The recreation aspect of Rancho Cordova allows family outings and playtime fun for all. Whether rafting on the American River, running on the American River Parkway Trail or running your motorbike through the Prairie City State Recreational Vehicle Area, there's no limit to the fun activities in Rancho Cordova. The Rancho Cordova, CA yellow pages and the Rancho Cordova, CA business directory holds more in the way of recreational fun throughout the city as well.Crowds gather for the 2011 California Capital Air show each year, dedicated to promoting the importance of aviation in the lives of today's youth. Held at the Mather Airport, the sixth annual air show will be held once again boasting fun events such as the electrifying Patriots Jet Team, debuting their new six-jet performance and the live 3D museum attractions, such as Tora! Tora! Tora!
Written by Lyndsey Morgan