15 miles northeast of California's capital, the plains of the Sacramento Valley begin their gradual rolling ascent to the Sierra Nevada foothills. For 19th-century pioneers, the sight of the gently folded landscape meant they had arrived at the promised land. The Transcontinental railroad and the Lincoln Highway later brought new waves of travelers through our area. Today, Interstate 80, the main transcontinental highway connecting New York and San Francisco, serves businesses and the 89,000 residents who call Citrus Heights home.
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