Roseville, although not the cheapest option on this list, with a cost of living index of 129, is still a pretty affordable city by California standards.
The median house or condo value is just under $381,000 and the median household income is over $72,000, which is several thousand dollars over California’s general median household income. The residents of Roseville are relatively well educated, with over 92% having graduated high school and over 37% having a college degree. The two biggest industries in this city are retail and construction, and the unemployment rate is lower than California’s overall rate. There are many different attractions in Roseville, including museums, arts centers and theatres, specialty shops, nature trails, and more. Regardless of your interests, you are likely to find a place where you can enjoy yourself here.