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Why SodLawn?

Premium Sod Varieties

Choose from a variety of the best sod for every home and commercial project.

Competitive Prices

We work with the best sod farmers in California and we pass on the savings to you!

Expert Guidance

Our team of knowledgeable staff will help you at every step of the order and delivery of your sod.

On-Time Delivery

Enjoy the peace of mind with a 2-hour delivery window so you know exactly when your sod will arrive!

Farm Fresh Sod

Your sod will be delivered within 24 hours of harvest so you know that your sod is fresh and healthy.

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Roseville Sod Care Recommendations

Roseville, CA - December 4, 2020

Popular Sod Types in Roseville

#1 Bolero Plus
#2 Elite Plus
#3 Celebration Bermuda
#4 Mow Free
#5 Kurapia

 

Roseville Climate Facts

Annual Avg. Precipitation 21 in.
Days That Are Sunny 247 days
Rainy Days 60 days
Summer Temp. High 94 degrees
Winter Temp. Low 39 degrees

Recent Customer Reviews

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Great customer services, staff are very knowledgeable, and very helpful! will recommend SodLawn to friends

Joyce Liu, Sacramento, Google

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SodLawn delivered me premium sod right on time... I will definitely be calling them again for any future sod needs.

Jerry Moore, Sacramento, Google

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Always willing to go the extra mile for us at Clifford Landscape. Superior quality product.


Brick Clifford
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The Lawn of Your Dreams in Roseville

Roseville is the largest city in Placer County and it is centrally located just 20 miles northeast of Sacramento and between the Bay Area coast and the Sierra Foothills. 

Those looking for a taste of history can venture into the Roseville Telephone Museum and check out its extensive collection of antique telephones and memorabilia. The Carnegie Library and Historical Museum features a large railroad exhibit, historical musical instruments, and an interactive area for kids. Other museums in the area include the Maidu Museum and Historic Site and the Rocklin Historical Society and Museum. 

There are also many opportunities for outdoor recreation in and around Roseville. The Roseville area has more than 60 parks and more than 30 miles of trails, including the Miners Ravine Trail Loop, an 8.4-mile trail that is used for biking, hiking, and running year-round. Golfland Sunsplash is a waterpark that features more than 30 rides and attractions, including miniature golf and waterslides. Other locations for outdoor adventures include Quarry Park Adventures, Whitney Ranch, and Lake Natoma. 

Roseville is also home to several annual festivals and events, including the BerryFest Strawberry Festival, which is held in Royer Park and features foods, shopping, a petting zoo, carnival rides, a classic car show, live entertainment, cooking demos, and of course strawberries. Visitors can participate in a strawberry shortcake eating contest or take a selfie in the strawberry village. Other festivals and events in the area include the Taco Throwdown, Roseville Greek Food & Wine Festival, and the Pakistan Cultural Festival.  

To support its economy, Roseville depends on the retail trade, health care, clean technology and energy, and scientific and technical services industries. Roseville is also known as a regional shopping destination. The Westfield Galleria shopping mall, which is the second-largest shopping mall in Northern California, is an upscale luxury shopping center located in Roseville. 

Some of the city’s major employers are Kaiser Permanente, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Sutter Roseville Medical Center, Union Pacific Railroad, the City of Roseville, Roseville Joint Union High School District, Roseville City School District, PRIDE Industries, and Adventist Health. 

The area that is now Roseville was once a stagecoach station called Griders. The Central Pacific Railroad and the California Central Railroad both crossed the area, creating a junction that later became Roseville. The city became incorporated in 1909, and according to 2010 U.S. Census data, it has a population of 118,788 people, and it is expected to grow to 139.117 people in 2018. 

With cool, wet winters and hot, dry summers, Roseville has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate.

Neighborhoods we Service in Roseville, CA

  • Galleria
  • Sun City
  • Quail Glen
  • Woodcreek Oaks
  • Roseville Heights
  • Creekside
  • Sierra Vista
  • Sierra Gardens
  • South Cirby
  • Pleasant Grove
  • Stanford
  • Hillcrest
  • Most everywhere else...
Zip Codes in the Roseville, CA service area Show Zip Codes

95661

94677

95678

95746

94747

95765