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172 Apartments for rent in Orangevale, CA

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Last updated March 23 at 7:01am UTC
9127 Greenback Lane
Orange Vale Colony
Orangevale, CA
Updated March 21 at 10:43am UTC
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9140 Shady Hollow Way
Fair Oaks
Fair Oaks, CA
Updated March 21 at 10:37am UTC
3 Bedrooms
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6320 Chestnut Avenue
Orange Vale Colony
Orangevale, CA
Updated March 15 at 5:51pm UTC
3 Bedrooms
8119 Orelle Creek Ct
Citrus Heights, CA
Updated March 16 at 10:25am UTC
4 Bedrooms
504 Sutter St.
Folsom, CA
Updated March 7 at 10:50am UTC
3 Bedrooms
300 Whetstone Ct
Johnson Ranch
Granite Bay, CA
Updated March 1 at 12:12pm UTC
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5317 Roper Avenue
Fair Oaks
Fair Oaks, CA
Updated February 28 at 12:39pm UTC
3 Bedrooms
Black Tree Lane
Citrus Heights, CA
Updated March 22 at 7:15am UTC
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1818 Cirby Way
Roseville, CA
Updated March 22 at 1:43pm UTC
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City Guide
Tips for Moving to Orangevale

Think about the work you do.Orangevale is a popular place for living largely due to the lifestyle it offers. The unemployment rate here is 11.9 percent compared to a US average 8.9 percent, so job hunting is a priority. If you are looking for work in the area, the typical industries here include technology, insurance, retail, and the medical sectors. There are good transportation links between Orangevale and Sacramento, so it is also worth considering a commute to work while living somewhere more rural. If you want to work from home, a place like Orangevale is ideal. The average commuting time here is just under an hour, and half the population has a commuter journey of 24 minutes or more. Around 75 percent of the working population have white-collar jobs, while the remaining 25 percent are blue collar workers.

Get a Car

Although many of the areas in Orangeville are pleasant for walking, there are times when you will need to go to the city or explore the nearby hills. A car will be indispensable in this area.

Got Time for Animals?

If you are considering moving to Orangevale for the country lifestyle, do think carefully whether you will have the time to maintain land and look after animals as well as a day job. This can take longer than you think, and you dont want a reputation for neglected land or livestock.

Rent or Buy

The city of Orangevale has around 10,000 houses, with two thirds being owner-occupied and a third for rental. Orangevale has a wide range of apartments and houses, many coming with land for fruit growing and keeping animals. The average cost of living in Orangevale is 14.8 percent higher than the US average. There are several affordable housing schemes in Orangevale, making it accessible for those on a tight budget. Many of the apartment communities have some great facilities, including swimming pools and garden maintenance, which are also worth considering. Getting to know the area is important, and renting a property before committing to buy will help you get a feel for the neighborhood and reflect on whether the place is right for you. The rental homes in Orangevale vary from one-room apartments to condos, and more.

Neighborhoods in Orangevale

Many neighborhoods are just a few minutes from Highway 50, which is convenient for commuting. Although Orangevale has a small-town feel, the major transportation links cutting through the city impact some areas.

Greenback Lane:This Orangevale neighborhood works hard to maintain a sense of community with the GLOVE campaign. This is right in the heart of Orangevale, and there are lots of restaurants around here including the Boardwalk nightclub. Parks are within walking distance, too.

Madison:Madison is a short drive from Highway 50, and there are lots of apartment communities around here. This is a more upmarket district of Orangevale and popular with professionals as well as families. The rental homes are in demand.

Folsom:Folsom is just outside Orangevale and is larger, appealing to married professionals. This is a neighborhood from which most residents commute, and the homes have a more modern, younger feel.

Citrus Heights:This urban community just outside Orangevale has more rental properties and a lower proportion of owner-occupied homes than Orangevale. It is good for commuting and it costs less to live here than the upmarket areas of Orangevale.

The Orangevale Way of Life

Orangevale works hard to maintain its small-town feel, and there are events throughout the year to bring the community together. One is the annual Pow Wow in town that includes parades and other activities. The GLOVE campaign group are known in town for working on the community aspects and trying not to let the road systems divide Orangevale.


Most people have cars in Orangevale, and there are good transport links to Sacramento. This is a city for horse owners, as many people keep them and enjoy the hills for riding.


Orangevale is renowned for the beautiful hills and views of the Sierra Nevada. Hiking and long walks in the many parks are popular with residents, as is cycling. With all those orchards and green spaces, gardening is a pastime here too. Communities are very much what you put in to get out, so anyone moving here should be prepared to integrate a little.