Fair Oaks is another census-designated place near Sacramento, California. Fair Oaks was established in 1954. Like other cities and neighborhoods in California, the area was first populated by Native American tribes.
Today, Fair Oaks is a quiet and beautiful community. Over one-fifth of the Fair Oaks population comprises of people aged 65 and over. This is likely because of the wide range of recreational activities that appeal to seniors. Multiple parks across the city have unique features like tennis courts, local sports leagues, and bike trails.
There is also a community clubhouse which includes a craft building and a wide variety of churches representing a range of denominations. However, while many features across the neighborhood are optimized for seniors, Fair Oaks is a great place to live for families and seniors alike.
Like other California cities, the cost of living in Fair Oaks is high. The median price of a home in Fair Oaks is over $677,000, while rent can exceed $2,000 monthly. Even so, the median household income is $89,217, which is lower than many other California cities. There are options for anyone hoping to move to or retire in this picturesque community.