The view outside the window or front door of a Sacramento
apartment can be just as important and affirming as the atmosphere, furniture and designs that fill the unit. Around the country, local communities rally around their local landmarks, identifying with them and being drawn to their beauty. Since the fall of 2006, California residents renting apartments in the Rancho Cordova area have been able to look upon the Sacramento California Temple as the lasting image of their community, regardless of their religion.
Beyond being a meaningful place of worship for residents who follow the Church of Latter-day Saints, the Sacramento California Temple has become point of interest for all members of the community and renters of Rancho Cordova apartments. In fact, when the Rancho Cordova Community Planning Advisory Council unanimously voted to approve the construction of the temple, one member opined that the structure would bring a face lift to a stretch of Highway 50 that was in need of repair, according to the Sacramento Bee.
Now, those renting Rancho Cordova apartments can look up at the temple's lofty, 131-foot steeple from nearly anywhere in the area, tour the 46-acre property surrounding the mammoth white structure and enjoy the glow of the impressive building, which is illuminated from 5 a.m. to dawn and from dusk to 11 p.m. every day.
The Sacramento California Temple was the seventh temple built in California and just the second built in the Central Valley.
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