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Rancho Murieta Homes and Land Inc.

(916) 354-0800
info@rmhl.net

Office is open seven days a week. Agents are available to handle your questions and needs.

Office is next to post office in Rancho Murieta Plaza shopping center.


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Karen Hoberg — (916) 354-0800

About the good life in Rancho Murieta

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BASICS

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DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From Sacramento: Take Highway 50 east to Bradshaw Road. Turn south to Jackson Road (State Route 16), then east to Entrance -- at Murieta Parkway, a quarter mile past Lone Pine Drive. 24 road miles

From Stockton: Drive north on Highway 99 to Grant Line exit. Turn right and drive northeast to Jackson Road (State Route 16). Turn right and drive east to the main entrance at Murieta Parkway, a quarter mile past Lone Pine Drive. 53 road miles

From San Francisco: Cross the Bay Bridge and follow Interstate 80 to Sacramento. Drive straight ahead to Highway 50 (Placerville), then follow directions from Sacramento. 109 road miles

From San Jose / Concord / Walnut Creek: Drive north on Interstate 680 to Interstate 80, then east to Highway 50 (Placerville). See directions from Sacramento. From San Jose: 154 road miles

Other directions: Try MapQuest

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MONTHLY COSTS

Monthly homeowners' dues/fees for Rancho Murieta Association, Community Services District and Country Club (as of February 2014)

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SCHOOLS

Elk Grove Unified School District

Rancho Murieta is served by the public schools in the Elk Grove Unified School District, which operates 45 schools for more than 52,500 students in southern Sacramento County. It's one of the largest and fastest-growing districts in the state.

The district has some of the highest graduation standards in the state, standards that have been raised three times in the past decade. Several years ago the district adopted standards and benchmarks, which spell out skills students are expected to learn at every grade level, in every subject.

API scores reflect a school’s statewide ranking. Schools are scored from 10 to 1. Cosumnes River Elementary is among the highest ranking schools in California with a score of 10.

The district encourages parents to be educational partners at every level, from their local school to a superintendent's advisory panel.

The district is committed to providing every child a quality education in a safe environment, including:

For more information, call (916) 686-5085 or visit the district Web site at www.egusd.k12.ca.us.

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POPULATION STATISTICS

U.S. census data puts Rancho Murieta's population at 6,122, up almost 50 percent in a decade. The figures found nearly one-quarter of Murietans are 19 years old and younger.

Data from 2008-12 U.S. census research shows the following population breakdown for the community:

19 years old and younger: 23.8 percent
20 to 24 years old: 3.0 percent
25 to 34 years old: 5.5 percent
35 to 44 years old: 11.9 percent
45 to 54 years old: 12.6 percent
55 to 64 years old: 21.2 percent
65 years old plus: 22.0 percent

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WEATHER STATISTICS

  Day Night Rain
January 53 37 3.73
February 59 40 2.68
March 64 42 2.17
April 71 45 1.54
May 79 49 0.51
June 86 54 0.10
July 93 58 0.01
August 91 57 0.05
September 87 55 0.19
October 77 49 0.99
November 63 42 2.13
December 53 38 3.12