#8
most populated county in California
5
major
highways merge
in the downtown area
2017 J.D. Power Airport Customer Satisfaction Rankings: Sacramento International Airport
#1
among medium airports

About Sacramento County

Sacramento County is home to the capital of California and encompasses approximately 994 square miles of the Central Valley, California’s prime agricultural region. A diverse business mix, 1.5 million residents (500,000 of which reside in the unincorporated County), world-class universities and proximity to lawmakers make the County a premier location for new and expanding businesses. The County features a wide range of shovel-ready sites prime for development, including some within federal Opportunity Zones, and one-stop business development services. Employees can find housing options from urban lofts to rural acreage within Sacramento County and enjoy our 15,000 acres of regional parks, Farm-to-Fork restaurants and world-class museums and theaters.

 

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With excellent universities, competitive energy costs and technology, abundant development sites and a thriving farm-to-fork culture, there are many reasons to make your move to Sacramento County.

Success Stories

Siemens Mobility

Advanced Manufacturing / Mobility
Established in Sacramento in 1984, the growing 60-acre manufacturing campus employs over 1,500, up from 1,000 in 2016.

Connect with Sacramento County

For direct local assistance:

Crystal Bethke
Director of Economic Development, Sacramento County
916-874-8606 I bethkec@saccounty.gov
https://economic.saccounty.gov/