Loomis is located in Placer County, California, less than 30 minutes from downtown Sacramento. Loomis is a charming family-focused community with an old-fashioned feel. Loomis was established in 1850 and incorporated in 1984 and retains its pastoral vibe and charm with its notable downtown and spacious home lots.
The name Loomis came from one of its early pioneers, James Loomis, a railroad agent, and postmaster. Though its name has changed many times since it was just a post office and called Smithville in 1862, it has been Loomis since 1891.
From shopping to breweries and wineries to the great outdoors to eclectic eateries, Loomis has no shortage of fun activities. Home to Calaveras Big Trees State Park, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, South Yuba River State Park, and Gibson Ranch County Park, there are plenty of spaces to spend a day outside.
Parks and Recreation offer a wide range of activities, from summer concerts, swimming, Friday Family Fests, and many special events throughout the year.