most populated county in California
highways merge
in the downtown area
2017 J.D. Power Airport Customer Satisfaction Rankings: Sacramento International Airport
among medium airports

About Sacramento County

Sacramento County is home to the capital of California and encompasses approximately 994 square miles of the Central Valley, California’s prime agricultural region. A diverse business mix, 1.5 million residents (500,000 of which reside in the unincorporated County), world-class universities and proximity to lawmakers make the County a premier location for new and expanding businesses. The County features a wide range of shovel-ready sites prime for development, including some within federal Opportunity Zones, and one-stop business development services. Employees can find housing options from urban lofts to rural acreage within Sacramento County and enjoy our 15,000 acres of regional parks, Farm-to-Fork restaurants and world-class museums and theaters.


17 Reasons to Move Your Business to Sacramento

With excellent universities, competitive energy costs and technology, abundant development sites and a thriving farm-to-fork culture, there are many reasons to make your move to Sacramento County.

Success Stories

Siemens Mobility

Advanced Manufacturing / Mobility
Established in Sacramento in 1984, the growing 60-acre manufacturing campus employs over 1,500, up from 1,000 in 2016.

Connect with Sacramento County

For direct local assistance:

Crystal Bethke
Director of Economic Development, Sacramento County
916-874-8606 I bethkec@saccounty.gov