Map Sacramento California US for Printing

Sacramento, the capital city of California, is known for its diverse neighborhoods, historic districts, and vibrant communities.

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Here’s a general overview of some of the districts, communities, and main streets in Sacramento:

  1. Downtown Sacramento:
    • Capitol Mall: A prominent street running along the west side of the Capitol building, hosting various events and festivities.
    • K Street Mall (now renamed as Capitol Mall): A pedestrian-friendly area with shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
    • Old Sacramento: A historic district with cobblestone streets, preserved buildings, and waterfront attractions. It’s a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.
  2. Midtown Sacramento:
    • J Street: Often considered the heart of Midtown, J Street is lined with shops, cafes, and boutiques. It’s a hub of cultural and social activity.
    • L Street: Another vibrant street in Midtown with a mix of businesses, including art galleries, bars, and restaurants.
    • Handle District: Known for its upscale boutiques, art galleries, and trendy restaurants.
  3. East Sacramento:
    • East Sacramento: A residential neighborhood with tree-lined streets, parks, and charming houses. It’s known for its family-friendly atmosphere and proximity to McKinley Park.
    • McKinley Park: A large public park in East Sacramento with a rose garden, playgrounds, and recreational facilities.
  4. Land Park:
    • Land Park: Home to William Land Park, one of the city’s largest parks. The neighborhood features a mix of residential areas and cultural attractions, including the Sacramento Zoo.
  5. Natomas:
    • Natomas: A newer and rapidly growing residential and commercial area located north of downtown Sacramento. It’s known for its modern housing developments and shopping centers.
  6. Pocket-Greenhaven:
    • Pocket-Greenhaven: A peaceful residential area located along the Sacramento River. It’s known for its waterfront homes and the Pocket area, named for its shape.
  7. Arden-Arcade:
    • Arden-Arcade: A suburb northeast of downtown Sacramento with a mix of residential and commercial areas. It features shopping centers like Arden Fair Mall and a variety of dining options.
  8. South Sacramento:
    • Meadowview: A residential neighborhood in the southern part of the city. It has a mix of housing options and is known for its community parks.
  9. Folsom Boulevard:
    • Folsom Boulevard: A major thoroughfare running through several neighborhoods, offering a mix of commercial and residential areas.

These are just a few examples, and Sacramento has many more neighborhoods, each with its own unique character. The city is known for its cultural diversity, historic charm, and a variety of recreational opportunities. Keep in mind that developments and changes may have occurred since my last update, so it’s a good idea to check the latest local resources for the most current information.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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