Stoneridge, Before and After
No doubt Stoneridge’s beautiful open spaces played a role in the decision for many families to make our community their home. The oak-studded open space, distinctive rolling terrain, and inviting creeks had previously been Native American Indian lands, which attracted early miners and later became large agricultural ranches. The miners certainly left their mark! The mounding in our creek beds can certainly spark your imagination.
The demand for urbanizing the ranches in our part of South Placer County occurred after strict new land development rules were created by federal, state, and local governments. Consequently, many of those beautiful natural amenities were integrated into our specific plan, and are now a part of the attraction of our community.
The legacy of the miners often rests with the naming of creeks—like Miner’s Ravine. The last of the ranches operated in our community were Johnson Ranch and Cavitt Ranch. Those are familiar names to many of us. But the Johnson Ranch planned community, Cavitt School, Cavitt Road, and Maidu Park are just a few of the South Placer names that honor our colorful past.
To learn more about Stoneridge’s history, visit our local resources, the Roseville Historical Society and the Maidu Indian Museum, and also the Placer County Museum in Auburn. These local treasures are not only informative, but also entertaining, as they remind us that WE are now a part of Stoneridge’s history!
Our mission is to promote and enhance the quality of life within our neighborhood, by uniting neighbors in a social and volunteer capacity, to create and maintain a safe, attractive, and vibrant community in which to live, work, and play.
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President >> Susan Rohan
Vice President >> Christie Borchin
Secretary >> John Michaels
Treasurer >> Marlena Sprague
Members at Large >> Brandon Klein, Ed Salemme, Roya Nesva, Paul Frank
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