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20 Apartments for rent in Salida, CA

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Check out 20 verified apartments for rent in Salida, CA with rents starting as low as $2150. Some apartments for rent in Salida might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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4523 Sun West Dr
4523 Sun West Drive
Salida, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,150
2520 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:31 AM
AVAILABLE Oct. 20th. $2150 per month rent. $2650 deposit. 4 bedrooms plus a Loft. 3 full bathrooms. One full bed & bath downstairs. 2520 sq. ft. 2 story. Open kitchen / family room concept with eat in kitchen dining.
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32 Units Available
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2920 Healthcare Way
Modesto, CA
Studio
$1,495
475 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,625
753 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,095
1089 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 12:49 AM
Seize your chance to live in one of the premier communities offering luxury Modesto apartments. Picture coming home every day to the warm embrace of meticulous landscaping, comfortable homes, and thoughtful amenities tailored to enhance your life.
1 Unit Available
2917 SNYDER AVE #B
2917 Snyder Avenue
Modesto, CA
Studio
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3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1620 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
2917 SNYDER AVE #B Available 10/19/20 3 BEDROOM 2.5 BATH TOWN HOME - 2 STORY TOWN HOME NEAR FREEWAY AND MALL No Pets Allowed (RLNE6090663)
1 Unit Available
3517 Melgren Lane
3517 Melgren Avenue
Modesto, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,095
2117 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:15 AM
3517 Melgren Lane Available 04/03/20 Pool Service Provided - This two-story single-family home has approximately 2117 square feet with a separate family room & living room, dining area, carpets, tile floors, granite counters, cook-top gas range,
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1 Unit Available
Luxe Ripon
1641 S North Ripon Rd
Ripon, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,730
801 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 1 at 03:44 AM
Visit Luxe Ripon Apartments, and we'll show you what luxury living is all about. As the new apartment community in Ripon, we take pride in our beautiful apartments and all they have to offer.
1 Unit Available
1416 Lansing Dr
1416 Lansing Drive
Modesto, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1600 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
1416 Lansing Dr Available 10/16/20 3 bedroom in established neighborhood near shopping & freeway access! - Single story located in nice neighborhood near shopping and freeway access.
1 Unit Available
3701 Colonial Drive
3701 Colonial Dr
Modesto, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,195
748 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated July 6 at 07:41 PM
Timberlake Gated Community This 1 Bedroom 1 Bath condo has been freshly painted, new carpeting, updated appliances, central heat & air, pool, tennis court, plenty of parking. The unit is move in ready. No pets, and Renter's Insurance is required.
1 Unit Available
2102 College Ave
2102 College Avenue
Modesto, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
1300 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
2102 College Ave. 2bedroom/2bath home - $1075 Monthly rent/ $1175. Security Deposit. 2102 College is part a Duplex. Cozy home in North Modesto. Available June 1, 2020. Currently occupied. Please do not disturb tenants. Stove & Fridge included.
1 Unit Available
1005 Academy Ave
1005 Academy Avenue
Modesto, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,599
1389 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Charming Modesto home move in ready! - Gorgeous 3 bedroom home in a park like setting located near North Modesto, nestled in peaceful cul-de-sac . Spacious bedrooms. Grounds are gorgeous! Extra large space for RV parking.
Results within 10 miles of Salida
1 Unit Available
1822 Star Tulip Street
1822 Star Tulip Street
Manteca, CA
5 Bedrooms
$2,895
3413 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 03:38 AM
Manteca Fabulous 5 Bedroom 3 Bath Open floor plan. Large master bdrm/bth w/master retreat & huge walk in closet, jacuzzi tube. Possible second master bd/bth w/walk in closet upstairs. Spacious family rm.Large living/Dining room.
1 Unit Available
3318-B Santa Fe Street
3318 Santa Fe St
Riverbank, CA | Riverbank
2 Bedrooms
$1,575
1460 sqft
Last updated October 1 at 02:59 AM
Apartment unit with 2 bedroom with possible 3rd bedroom and one bath, open floor plan, laundry room, and a storage shed with roll up gate. One of the bedroom has sunlight to give it ample of light during the day.
1 Unit Available
998 Sapphire Way
998 Sapphire Way
Manteca, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1497 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
998 Sapphire Way Available 10/01/20 Available Now - This property has been updated with great taste. Home has an open concept with hand scraped wood flooring throughout.
1 Unit Available
3205 Poppypatch Drive
3205 Poppypatch Drive
Modesto, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1245 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
3205 Poppypatch Drive Available 11/06/20 Poppy Patch Drive ~ Single Story Home - MODESTO: Built in 1978, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Single Story House, 2 Car Garage, Newer Carpets and Paint, Electric Stove and Oven, Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal,
1 Unit Available
201 College Ave
201 College Avenue
Modesto, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1032 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
Very Nice and Affordable 2BR/1B House for $800 Rent - Don't miss this charming two bedroom, one bath house for $800 rent and $800 deposit. This property has a fenced front and back yard.
1 Unit Available
2757 Santiago Drive
2757 Santiago Drive
Modesto, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1788 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
2757 Santiago Drive Available 10/05/20 - This single-family home has approximately 1788 square feet with a living room, loft, dining area, electric range, oven, dishwasher, garbage disposal, carpet and tile floors, central heating & air
1 Unit Available
309 Gran Via Court
309 Gran via Court
Modesto, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1788 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
309 Gran Via Court, Modesto, Calif. - 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom patio home is FRESHLY PAINTED with NEW CARPETS! Includes large loft area upstairs.
1 Unit Available
601 Scenic Dr
601 Scenic Drive
Modesto, CA | East Modesto
Studio
$2,180
2176 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:31 AM
OFFICE OR RETAIL COMMERCIAL SPACE 601 Scenic Drive MODESTO. 2176 SQUARE FEET, LOOKING FOR 2-5 YEAR LEASE. Refrigeration/ storage, Perfect for a flower shop!
1 Unit Available
906 Byron Lane
906 Byron Lane
Modesto, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,095
887 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
This is an downstairs unit. Freshly painted, clean flooring, spacious living area, central heat & air, new blinds. On site laundry, No pets. Renter's Insurance is required. Owner pays Water/Sewer/Garbage.
1 Unit Available
1478 Trellis St
1478 Trellis Street
Manteca, CA
5 Bedrooms
$2,400
2482 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Manteca: 5 bedroom 4 bath Pet Friendly Home! - Clean 5 bedroom, 4 bath house features 2,482 square feet of living space with a great floor plan flow.
1 Unit Available
1712 Plaza De San Joaquin
1712 Plaza De San Joaquin
Modesto, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1790 sqft
Last updated March 5 at 10:07 PM
Come and view this spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath condo located in a quiet area of Modesto. Beautiful grounds, with pool and spa very close to this unit.
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Find an apartment for rent in Salida, CA


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rent in Salida?
In Salida, the median rent is $903 for a studio, $1,004 for a 1-bedroom, $1,298 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,855 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Salida, check out our monthly Salida Rent Report.
How much is rent in Salida?
In Salida, the median rent is $903 for a studio, $1,004 for a 1-bedroom, $1,298 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,855 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Salida, check out our monthly Salida Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Salida?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Salida?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Salida properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Salida properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How much should I pay for rent in Salida?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Salida.
How much should I pay for rent in Salida?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Salida.
How can I find off-campus housing in Salida?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Salida. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California State University-Stanislaus, and University of the Pacific.
How can I find off-campus housing in Salida?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Salida. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California State University-Stanislaus, and University of the Pacific.

Median Rent in Salida

Last updated Jun. 2014
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Salida is $1,004, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,298.
Studio
$903
1 Bed
$1,004
2 Beds
$1,298
3+ Beds
$1,855

City Guide

Salida
"Once upon a recent time / With days to kill and a long long drive / The detour to where he once was mine / I found myself back in Salida," -- Amy Speace, "In Salida"
"Once upon a recent time / With days to kill and a long long drive / The detour to where he once was mine / I found myself back in Salida," -- Amy Speace, "In Salida"

Salida, California, is located in a rural area of Stanislaus County in the San Joaquin Valley of central California and has a population of 13,722 as of the 2010 census. It is part of the Modesto Metropolitan Statistical Area, located six miles from the larger cities of Modesto (pop. 201,165) and 25 miles from Stockton (pop. 291,707). Salida is so close to Modesto that it might be considered a suburb. In fact, there has been talk of Modesto annexing it. Residents of Salida can expect to enjoy the tranquility of rural life, while still pursuing careers and enjoying the amenities of the nearby cities.

Moving to Salida

The convenient location, mild climate and abundance of economic opportunities are among the main reasons people decide to move to Salida. Unfortunately, as with most desirable locations in California and other states, the cost of living is extremely high. This, of course, means that home rentals in Salida are pricey. Don't despair, however; the cost of living in Salida is actually slightly lower than the California average. While this may not be much comfort, it does mean that you are more likely to find affordable housing here than in another, more trendy location.

Once you've decided to move to Salida, spend some time researching the types of rentals you are interested in to see if they will fit into your budget. For instance, even though all bills paidapartments most definitely are convenient, they may not always be the most economical choice. In addition, even though you may prefer to rent a two- bedroom apartment, is it possible that a one- bedroom apartment or a studio would suit you just as well? These are the types of questions that you need to ask yourself in order to make your search for affordable housing easier and more fruitful.

Moving to Salida
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The convenient location, mild climate and abundance of economic opportunities are among the main reasons people decide to move to Salida. Unfortunately, as with most desirable locations in California and other states, the cost of living is extremely high. This, of course, means that home rentals in Salida are pricey. Don't despair, however; the cost of living in Salida is actually slightly lower than the California average. While this may not be much comfort, it does mean that you are more likely to find affordable housing here than in another, more trendy location.

Once you've decided to move to Salida, spend some time researching the types of rentals you are interested in to see if they will fit into your budget. For instance, even though all bills paidapartments most definitely are convenient, they may not always be the most economical choice. In addition, even though you may prefer to rent a two- bedroom apartment, is it possible that a one- bedroom apartment or a studio would suit you just as well? These are the types of questions that you need to ask yourself in order to make your search for affordable housing easier and more fruitful.

Salida Neighborhoods

Although Salida qualifies as a small town, its proximity to larger cities enables it to offer a wide variety of rental apartments and houses. Before you start looking for a rental property, however, it might be helpful to decide which neighborhood you would like to live in. Although Salida is a small community, it does have a few distinct neighborhoods with very marked differences.

Vella Estates South: If you're looking for a rental property, this is probably not the neighborhood for you. Vella Estates South is comprised mostly of homeowners rather than renters, so available property rentals here are few and far between. Although this is one of the larger neighborhoods in Salida, it is also very crowded. The travel time to nearby towns is shorter than those of other neighborhoods, however, which helps make this area more desirable for some residents. Nevertheless, if you are determined to rent and you really want to live in this neighborhood, there are rentals available occasionally. In fact, there are sometimes even rent-to-own properties to be had, if that is an option for you. No matter what your needs, with time and patience, you will eventually find the right place. Perko's Cafe and Barnwood Restaurant & Catering is in this area.

Wittfield Park: Located in the heart of Salida, this neighborhood is more attractive to renters because there are more rental properties available. In addition, it is more affordable than other neighborhoods. This neighborhood is the obvious choice for most renters not only because there are more rentals available, but also because there are more rental options. If you should want to live in this neighborhood, it shouldn't take you much time at all to find an affordable apartment and get settled in. The convenient location of this neighborhood is perfect for residents who would like to dive in and become involved in the community. Stop by Gloria's Coffee in the morning to fuel up before heading out to face the day.

Salida Neighborhoods
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Although Salida qualifies as a small town, its proximity to larger cities enables it to offer a wide variety of rental apartments and houses. Before you start looking for a rental property, however, it might be helpful to decide which neighborhood you would like to live in. Although Salida is a small community, it does have a few distinct neighborhoods with very marked differences.

Vella Estates South: If you're looking for a rental property, this is probably not the neighborhood for you. Vella Estates South is comprised mostly of homeowners rather than renters, so available property rentals here are few and far between. Although this is one of the larger neighborhoods in Salida, it is also very crowded. The travel time to nearby towns is shorter than those of other neighborhoods, however, which helps make this area more desirable for some residents. Nevertheless, if you are determined to rent and you really want to live in this neighborhood, there are rentals available occasionally. In fact, there are sometimes even rent-to-own properties to be had, if that is an option for you. No matter what your needs, with time and patience, you will eventually find the right place. Perko's Cafe and Barnwood Restaurant & Catering is in this area.

Wittfield Park: Located in the heart of Salida, this neighborhood is more attractive to renters because there are more rental properties available. In addition, it is more affordable than other neighborhoods. This neighborhood is the obvious choice for most renters not only because there are more rentals available, but also because there are more rental options. If you should want to live in this neighborhood, it shouldn't take you much time at all to find an affordable apartment and get settled in. The convenient location of this neighborhood is perfect for residents who would like to dive in and become involved in the community. Stop by Gloria's Coffee in the morning to fuel up before heading out to face the day.

Living in Salida

Salida's convenient location near Freeway 99 and the North County Corridor makes it a prime location for business development, so keep an eye out for new places to eat or shop. If you're not a California native, you may not know that "salida" means "exit" in Spanish. Despite this fact, it is pronounced with American English phonetics, as "Sah-LIE-duh," instead of with the Spanish pronunciation. The downtown area of Salida is laid out in a striking triangular shape, just as it was planned in 1870. The main street, Broadway Avenue, is lined with government and commerce buildings, with oak trees and a walking trail in the center. The climate in Salida is very mild, with an average temperature of 61.72 degrees. Prospective residents may also be reassured to know that the chance of earthquake damage in Salida is much lower than the California average. Salida's crime rate is about average, so residents feel comfortable walking and biking around town, but almost everyone owns a car. It is California, after all. And if you're looking to shop, nearby Vintage Faire Mall with satisfy all your needs.

Living in Salida will enable you to maintain a satisfying balance between career, leisure and home, enjoying all facets of your life in beautiful, calm surroundings. In no time at all, you, too, will be a part of the friendly, vibrant community of Salida.

Living in Salida
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Salida's convenient location near Freeway 99 and the North County Corridor makes it a prime location for business development, so keep an eye out for new places to eat or shop. If you're not a California native, you may not know that "salida" means "exit" in Spanish. Despite this fact, it is pronounced with American English phonetics, as "Sah-LIE-duh," instead of with the Spanish pronunciation. The downtown area of Salida is laid out in a striking triangular shape, just as it was planned in 1870. The main street, Broadway Avenue, is lined with government and commerce buildings, with oak trees and a walking trail in the center. The climate in Salida is very mild, with an average temperature of 61.72 degrees. Prospective residents may also be reassured to know that the chance of earthquake damage in Salida is much lower than the California average. Salida's crime rate is about average, so residents feel comfortable walking and biking around town, but almost everyone owns a car. It is California, after all. And if you're looking to shop, nearby Vintage Faire Mall with satisfy all your needs.

Living in Salida will enable you to maintain a satisfying balance between career, leisure and home, enjoying all facets of your life in beautiful, calm surroundings. In no time at all, you, too, will be a part of the friendly, vibrant community of Salida.

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City Guide

Salida
"Once upon a recent time / With days to kill and a long long drive / The detour to where he once was mine / I found myself back in Salida," -- Amy Speace, "In Salida"
"Once upon a recent time / With days to kill and a long long drive / The detour to where he once was mine / I found myself back in Salida," -- Amy Speace, "In Salida"

Salida, California, is located in a rural area of Stanislaus County in the San Joaquin Valley of central California and has a population of 13,722 as of the 2010 census. It is part of the Modesto Metropolitan Statistical Area, located six miles from the larger cities of Modesto (pop. 201,165) and 25 miles from Stockton (pop. 291,707). Salida is so close to Modesto that it might be considered a suburb. In fact, there has been talk of Modesto annexing it. Residents of Salida can expect to enjoy the tranquility of rural life, while still pursuing careers and enjoying the amenities of the nearby cities.

Moving to Salida

The convenient location, mild climate and abundance of economic opportunities are among the main reasons people decide to move to Salida. Unfortunately, as with most desirable locations in California and other states, the cost of living is extremely high. This, of course, means that home rentals in Salida are pricey. Don't despair, however; the cost of living in Salida is actually slightly lower than the California average. While this may not be much comfort, it does mean that you are more likely to find affordable housing here than in another, more trendy location.

Once you've decided to move to Salida, spend some time researching the types of rentals you are interested in to see if they will fit into your budget. For instance, even though all bills paidapartments most definitely are convenient, they may not always be the most economical choice. In addition, even though you may prefer to rent a two- bedroom apartment, is it possible that a one- bedroom apartment or a studio would suit you just as well? These are the types of questions that you need to ask yourself in order to make your search for affordable housing easier and more fruitful.

Moving to Salida
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The convenient location, mild climate and abundance of economic opportunities are among the main reasons people decide to move to Salida. Unfortunately, as with most desirable locations in California and other states, the cost of living is extremely high. This, of course, means that home rentals in Salida are pricey. Don't despair, however; the cost of living in Salida is actually slightly lower than the California average. While this may not be much comfort, it does mean that you are more likely to find affordable housing here than in another, more trendy location.

Once you've decided to move to Salida, spend some time researching the types of rentals you are interested in to see if they will fit into your budget. For instance, even though all bills paidapartments most definitely are convenient, they may not always be the most economical choice. In addition, even though you may prefer to rent a two- bedroom apartment, is it possible that a one- bedroom apartment or a studio would suit you just as well? These are the types of questions that you need to ask yourself in order to make your search for affordable housing easier and more fruitful.

Salida Neighborhoods

Although Salida qualifies as a small town, its proximity to larger cities enables it to offer a wide variety of rental apartments and houses. Before you start looking for a rental property, however, it might be helpful to decide which neighborhood you would like to live in. Although Salida is a small community, it does have a few distinct neighborhoods with very marked differences.

Vella Estates South: If you're looking for a rental property, this is probably not the neighborhood for you. Vella Estates South is comprised mostly of homeowners rather than renters, so available property rentals here are few and far between. Although this is one of the larger neighborhoods in Salida, it is also very crowded. The travel time to nearby towns is shorter than those of other neighborhoods, however, which helps make this area more desirable for some residents. Nevertheless, if you are determined to rent and you really want to live in this neighborhood, there are rentals available occasionally. In fact, there are sometimes even rent-to-own properties to be had, if that is an option for you. No matter what your needs, with time and patience, you will eventually find the right place. Perko's Cafe and Barnwood Restaurant & Catering is in this area.

Wittfield Park: Located in the heart of Salida, this neighborhood is more attractive to renters because there are more rental properties available. In addition, it is more affordable than other neighborhoods. This neighborhood is the obvious choice for most renters not only because there are more rentals available, but also because there are more rental options. If you should want to live in this neighborhood, it shouldn't take you much time at all to find an affordable apartment and get settled in. The convenient location of this neighborhood is perfect for residents who would like to dive in and become involved in the community. Stop by Gloria's Coffee in the morning to fuel up before heading out to face the day.

Salida Neighborhoods
+

Although Salida qualifies as a small town, its proximity to larger cities enables it to offer a wide variety of rental apartments and houses. Before you start looking for a rental property, however, it might be helpful to decide which neighborhood you would like to live in. Although Salida is a small community, it does have a few distinct neighborhoods with very marked differences.

Vella Estates South: If you're looking for a rental property, this is probably not the neighborhood for you. Vella Estates South is comprised mostly of homeowners rather than renters, so available property rentals here are few and far between. Although this is one of the larger neighborhoods in Salida, it is also very crowded. The travel time to nearby towns is shorter than those of other neighborhoods, however, which helps make this area more desirable for some residents. Nevertheless, if you are determined to rent and you really want to live in this neighborhood, there are rentals available occasionally. In fact, there are sometimes even rent-to-own properties to be had, if that is an option for you. No matter what your needs, with time and patience, you will eventually find the right place. Perko's Cafe and Barnwood Restaurant & Catering is in this area.

Wittfield Park: Located in the heart of Salida, this neighborhood is more attractive to renters because there are more rental properties available. In addition, it is more affordable than other neighborhoods. This neighborhood is the obvious choice for most renters not only because there are more rentals available, but also because there are more rental options. If you should want to live in this neighborhood, it shouldn't take you much time at all to find an affordable apartment and get settled in. The convenient location of this neighborhood is perfect for residents who would like to dive in and become involved in the community. Stop by Gloria's Coffee in the morning to fuel up before heading out to face the day.

Living in Salida

Salida's convenient location near Freeway 99 and the North County Corridor makes it a prime location for business development, so keep an eye out for new places to eat or shop. If you're not a California native, you may not know that "salida" means "exit" in Spanish. Despite this fact, it is pronounced with American English phonetics, as "Sah-LIE-duh," instead of with the Spanish pronunciation. The downtown area of Salida is laid out in a striking triangular shape, just as it was planned in 1870. The main street, Broadway Avenue, is lined with government and commerce buildings, with oak trees and a walking trail in the center. The climate in Salida is very mild, with an average temperature of 61.72 degrees. Prospective residents may also be reassured to know that the chance of earthquake damage in Salida is much lower than the California average. Salida's crime rate is about average, so residents feel comfortable walking and biking around town, but almost everyone owns a car. It is California, after all. And if you're looking to shop, nearby Vintage Faire Mall with satisfy all your needs.

Living in Salida will enable you to maintain a satisfying balance between career, leisure and home, enjoying all facets of your life in beautiful, calm surroundings. In no time at all, you, too, will be a part of the friendly, vibrant community of Salida.

Living in Salida
+

Salida's convenient location near Freeway 99 and the North County Corridor makes it a prime location for business development, so keep an eye out for new places to eat or shop. If you're not a California native, you may not know that "salida" means "exit" in Spanish. Despite this fact, it is pronounced with American English phonetics, as "Sah-LIE-duh," instead of with the Spanish pronunciation. The downtown area of Salida is laid out in a striking triangular shape, just as it was planned in 1870. The main street, Broadway Avenue, is lined with government and commerce buildings, with oak trees and a walking trail in the center. The climate in Salida is very mild, with an average temperature of 61.72 degrees. Prospective residents may also be reassured to know that the chance of earthquake damage in Salida is much lower than the California average. Salida's crime rate is about average, so residents feel comfortable walking and biking around town, but almost everyone owns a car. It is California, after all. And if you're looking to shop, nearby Vintage Faire Mall with satisfy all your needs.

Living in Salida will enable you to maintain a satisfying balance between career, leisure and home, enjoying all facets of your life in beautiful, calm surroundings. In no time at all, you, too, will be a part of the friendly, vibrant community of Salida.