LINCOLN, CALIFORNIA
EST 1859

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

Founded
1859

Population
42,819

Elevation
167 ft

Size
20,130 sq mi

WEATHER AVERAGES
MONTH HIGH / LOW (°F)
April 75 / 49
June 91 / 60
September 90 / 59
November 65 / 45
December 56 / 40
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INTRODUCTION

Lincoln, located to nearby Roseville and the suburbs of Sacramento, has become one of the most sought out areas to live in Placer County. For the last 13 years, Lincoln has been the fastest growing city in the U.S. It’s a great place to raise a family or retire, but it’s location and offerings make it a desirable destination for anyone. Lincoln is also home to Thunder Valley Casino Resort, the first casino in the Sacramento Area.

As with most of the cities that we feature here on this site, Lincoln’s growing popularity is mainly because of its location. An international airport is less than an hour away with world class shopping within 30 minutes. You can easily take a day or weekend trip to explore San Francisco, enjoy the snow in Lake Tahoe, or taste the finest wines in Napa Valley. Add in some of the great nearby cities like Auburn, the endurance capital of the world, or Loomis, which offers year round locally grown produce and fun community events, and you’ll see that living in Lincoln gives you access to everything Placer County has to offer!

RECREATION

Lincoln is a host to many outdoor and recreational activities. There are over a dozen great parks within the city as well as a variety of fantastic bike trails. Of course, the location of Lincoln allows residents to enjoy so much more than what Lincoln offers by itself. Nearby Auburn is regarded as the Endurance Capital of the World, and you can find great lakes for water sports at Folsom Lake in Granite Bay or Lake Clementine in Auburn or Rollins Lake in Grass Valley. Lastly, golf is an outdoor recreational staple in the foothills and outstanding courses can be found both within Lincoln and the nearby cities surrounding highway 80.

Golf Courses in/near Lincoln, CA

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REAL ESTATE

SCHOOLS

Below is a compiled list of links to the various types of schools in Lincoln.

Preschools
Elementary Schools
Middle Schools
High Schools
Public Schools
Private Schools
Charter Schools