Broadstone is a neighborhood in Folsom, California with a population of 9,138. Broadstone is in Sacramento County and is one of the best places to live in California. Living in Broadstone offers residents a sparse urban feel and most residents own their homes. In Broadstone there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families live in Broadstone and residents tend to have moderate political views. The public schools in Broadstone are highly rated.
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Quiet, friendly and very safe neighborhood. Excellent schools, trails, parks and and beautiful scenery. Landscaping is impeccable and city services can't be beat.
This town is small, still in development, but it is growing quickly! I remember ten years ago, it was nothing but a few gas stations, a couple neighborhoods, and a whole lot of dirt mounds. Since then, we've tacked on several coffee shops, many supermarkets, beautiful public parks, and a great number of small, independent businesses. Here in Folsom we have seen bakeries, cupcake stores, hardware stores, you name it. Sometimes the competitive nature of business coupled with the immense variety has led to a few of the smaller businesses being forced to close shop, but many of them have remained, and I have personally worked for some of these establishments. Overall, a great place to come for diverse interests as well as prospective employment.
I've been employed by three major establishments in Folsom, and have remained on good terms with all of them. Employment here is high overall, and the job market is constantly expanding. However, it is competitive. Many stores require prior experience, especially chain-locations. This often feels daunting to the youth in the area, who may not have relevant job experience. If this is the case, there are several small franchises who are usually more than willing to adopt a new hand. As long as you work hard, job prospects are good!