All About East Sac
East Sacramento, commonly referred to as “East Sac” is one of the oldest, most established neighborhoods in greater Sacramento. This enclave is highly sought after for many reasons including the close proximity to Midtown/ Downtown Sacramento and major freeways, many inviting neighborhood events, and a strong sense of community. East Sac is bordered by Alhambra Blvd. to the west, Elvas Avenue to the north, Highway 50 to the south, and 65th Street to the east. Annexed to the city of Sacramento in 1911, this neighborhood is known for its tree-lined streets and numerous attractions such as McKinley Park, California State University, Sacramento, home to an impressive array of homes including the Fabulous Forties (Fab 40’s) where Ronald Reagan lived as Governor of California.
East Sac presents many social opportunities! Events range from seasonal farmer’s markets, outdoor concert and film series in the local parks, Yoga in the Park, Taste of East Sacramento, Oktoberfest, just to name a few. However, there are a few treasured events that draw a myriad of Sacramento residents: 4th of July 41st Street Parade, David Lubin Garden Tour, Trick or Treating in the Fab 40’s and the Sacred Heart Holiday Home Tour. Even more, the restaurant scene prospers in East Sacramento! From traditional drive-throughs and soda fountain-like spots to regionally recognized establishments, these restaurants thrive on tradition, use of local ingredients, and neighborhood patronage. East Sacramento is an ideal place to call “home” as it offers stunning picturesque homes, a vibrant dining scene, welcoming familiarity, and a dedicated constant community.