Historic buildings line the streets of Nevada City; homes from condos to large parcels with luxury homes are available but in short supply because of the popularity of this lovely town.
Nevada City was first settled in 1849 during the California Gold Rush. Through the years, Nevada City’s economy was based on gold mining and logging – Nevada City was the most important mining town in the state. Today tourism, government services, timber and commercial services are the basis of the local economy.
Nevada City has its own school district: Deer Creek (K-4), Seven Hills (5-8) and Nevada City Charter School (K-8). After 8th grade, many of the students attend Nevada Union High School in Grass Valley which is part of the Nevada Joint Union School District. Also, nearby in Grass Valley is a branch of Sierra College.
The climate is classified as Mediterranean, once-in-a-while in the winter, snow falls in Nevada City located at 3100’ altitude.
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