The town of Loomis is a quaint, family-oriented community. Established in 1850 and incorporated in 1984, Loomis retains its rural character and charm with large residential lots and custom homes, equestrian-friendly properties and an old-fashioned downtown and woodlands with natural streams and rolling hillsides. While South Placer County is one of the fastest growing areas in the state, Loomis and the surrounding area has been able to maintain its rural atmosphere and offer a lifestyle reminiscent of a friendly, old-fashioned community.
Loomis has excellent schools, a library, churches, youth activities, challenging golf courses, and many trails for biking and hiking. The town is adjacent to Interstate 80 and is located 30 minutes east of Sacramento, along with the I-80 corridor. Residents can work in Sacramento, shop at a variety of businesses located in and around Loomis, or spend a quiet and serene afternoon in the countryside. Loomis is close to diverse recreational opportunities - the town is only ten minutes from Folsom Lake and a little over an hour away from both Lake Tahoe and the San Francisco Bay.