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- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Aging in Place
- Nurses on Staff
- Podiatrist Available
- Physical Therapy Available
- Occupational Therapy Available
- Speech Therapy Available
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Beauty & Barber Services
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
- Respite Available
- Resident Parking Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
- Doctor on Call
- Nurse on Call
- Homecare Onsite
- Dentist Available
Carlton Senior Living Sacramento is two communities on one campus offering a continuum of award-winning senior care with senior apartments, assisted living for those who need a little extra help with daily activities, enhanced assisted living for those with more complex care needs, and memory care for those challenged by dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Carlton Senior Living Sacramento is a vibrant, activity-filled, and service-oriented senior community with lots of opportunities to share laughs, fun, and life with new friends. The architecture is stylish and contemporary, with a warm, inviting, and homey atmosphere. At the center of this beautiful Sacramento assisted living community is a large, blooming courtyard and garden with seating areas and umbrella-covered tables for outdoor socializing.
Sacramento is the capital of California and the 35th largest city with a population of nearly 500,000. It's situated in the northern portion of California, just northeast of San Francisco and Oakland. Sacramento is one of many large cities in California, but it provides a good balance of big city feel and small town amenities that makes it great for senior living. Plus, they have a professional basketball team, the Sacramento Kings.
The city of Sacramento is large both in terms of population and physical size, so there is a lot of diversity and activities to occupy your time.
- Walkability : Sacramento has a walk score of 47, which means you'll have to use your car to run most errands, such as getting groceries or going out for a bite to eat.
- Average Age : The average age of Sacramento residents is 33.7 years, which is actually a bit younger than California's state average of 36.2.
- Weather : Many people come to California for the weather, and it's hard to blame them. The average daily high in Sacramento dips to a low of about 54 degrees in January and only gets up to 92 in July and 91 in August. Plus, the city doesn't get any snowfall in the average year, and rainfall is minimal at 18.51 inches.
- Veterans Facilities : Vets will be right at home in Sacramento, where they've got all the facilities they'll need, including the Veterans Village, Veterans of Foreign Wars buildings, the Veterans Success Center, and more.
Since Sacramento isn't the most walkable city, it's important to find good public transportation options here. Lucky for you, there's certainly no shortage.
- Buses : Sacramento's Yolobus and RT Bus are very popular with residents because they both have a solid schedule with convenient routes and can transport riders wherever they need to go at just about any time. Seniors get about a 50% discount on bus fare.
- Trains : Amtrak trains are ideal for long-distance trips outside of the city to see the sights. The RT light rail system covers 418 square miles in the Sacramento area, allowing you to travel freely to nearly anywhere.
- Taxis : Of course, there are also taxi services available in Sacramento, including the Yellow Cab.
Health and Safety
There's nothing more important than your health and safety when looking for senior living, and Sacramento is a nice choice in both regards.
- Hospitals : Being a larger city, Sacramento has tons of hospital options, including some for treatment of very specific diseases or problems. These include the Mercy General Hospital, Sutter General Hospital, and the UC Davis Medical Center.
- Crime Rate : Sacramento has a violent crime rate of 64 and a property crime rate of 52, both a bit higher than the national averages. However, a lot of this is concentrated in specific areas of the city, including Old North Sacramento and southeast Sacramento. However, police have added cameras which have significantly reduced violent crime.
Sports and Leisure
Sacramento is huge and gets nice weather, which is a great combination when it comes to finding good sports and leisure. You will find plenty to do to get your exercise here.
- Golf : Sacramento has plenty of golf courses and clubs, but you'll have to go more toward the outside of the city to find most of them. Still, you have plenty of golfing choices here, such as Swallows Nest Country Club and Anocil Hoffman Golf Course.
- Tennis : Tennis is everywhere in Sacramento, including public parks, gyms, tennis clubs and more. If you love tennis, you'll love Sacramento. Be sure to check out Sutter Lawn Tennis Club and Natomas Racquet Club.
- Gyms : Sacramento doesn't seem to have any senior-specific gyms, but many gyms in the city offer programs that are designed specifically for seniors, including California Family Fitness and The Capital Athletic Club.
Shopping and Entertainment
As is the case with just about every large city in the world, you'll find tons in the way of shopping and entertainment in Sacramento.
- Clothes : Although you will find more typical options like Ross Dress for Less and Old Navy, Sacramento also has some really cool, unique clothing stores, such as boutiques, clothing exchanges, custom clothing stores and more. Heart Clothing Boutique and Julius Clothing both have some great choices.
- Groceries : Sacramento has everything you could ask for in the way of groceries, including smaller grocery stores, outlets where you can save, specialty stores, and typical stores like Safeway, Walmart and Trader Joe's.
- Restaurants : Restaurants are plentiful in Sacramento, and they have it all. Whether you're looking for a good farm-to-table meal, some sushi or Italian, or even delicious southern fried chicken, you can find it right in the city. The Kitchen, The Waterboy and Biba Ristorante Italiano are local favorites.
- Movie Theaters : Sacramento features many different movie theaters, with some that show the newer movies and others that are designed for a more niche audience. You can even find performance art theaters here. Regal Cinemas, Century Arden 14 and XD, and The Tower Theatre are just some of your choices.
- Libraries : No matter where you are in Sacramento, there's always a library somewhere nearby, and probably a bookstore, too. In addition to the Sacramento Central and Arcade Libraries, there is also the Witkin State Law Library, among others.
- Attractions : There's plenty to do for fun in Sacramento, including a trip to Sutter's Fort, the Crocker Art Museum, or the Sacramento Zoo.
One of the biggest benefits of moving to a larger city is having more religious facilities nearby. When there are five or six dozen churches in the city, chances are pretty good that you can settle on one of them to satisfy your needs.
- Churches and Worship Centers Nearby : Sacramento has a range of churches in the city, including the St John's Lutheran Church, Saint Elizabeth Catholic Church, St Paul's Episcopal Church, First Christian Church, Fremont Presbyterian Church, Sacramento Central Seventh-Day Adventist Church, and plenty of others.