$120 million in CalCompetes grant funding available


GSEC wins three Excellence in Economic Development Awards


Aggie Square: A state-of-the-art life sciences center of excellence

Future Mobility

Driving global policy and tech advances through the California Mobility Center

We are the California Option.

Greater Sacramento is the California option for business performance. The region is dedicated to positioning companies for success, combining the most innovative economy in the world with the Capital of the 5 largest economy in the world.

Greater Sacramento Metro Population

Urban Core Development

U.S. city for homebuyers considering relocating

most diverse city in the U.S

Sources: EMSI Industry Characteristics 2020; Redfin

The future is here.


Outpacing the nation and the state in degree achievement, the talent pool is young, educated and growing rapidly.


Northern California’s diversity and dynamism alongside competitive operating costs offer significant value.


Proximity, transportation and telecommunications efficiently connect the six-county region to the Bay Area and beyond.

Success Stories


The Elk Grove campus employs over 5,000 on 78 acres and has planned an expansion of 24,000+ sq. ft.


The planned 1 million-sq.-ft. office campus will utilize $13.5 million incentives from the City of Sacramento and grow the regional employee base to 8,000.


The state and local communities have invested over $11 million in local infrastructure to support Intel’s Folsom campus, which was established in 1984 and now employs close to 6,000.

Featured Sites

3805 Faraday Avenue, Davis

401 Oak Street, Roseville

660 J Street, Sacramento

Sites Database



Learn more about Greater Sacramento.

Contact our team to learn more about the advantages of living and working in Greater Sacramento. We’re happy to provide custom cost analysis, site selection assistance, information on available incentives and more.

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Professor Katherine McReynolds has received funding from the @NIH to continue her studies into therapeutic agents that could block transmission of dangerous infections. http://sacstate.me/3lWwegn

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