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City of Rancho Cordova

On July 1, 2003, after more than 20 years of advocacy, the City of Rancho Cordova officially incorporated, becoming the 478th city in the State of California. Located in the eastern part of Sacramento County,Rancho Cordova is a community with a rich history including the first 12 miles of railroad in California, a thriving military base in its time, and the home of a successful aerospace company.

History

The community chose to incorporate in order to retain and improve its identity and quality of life, to increase representation and accessibility of local government, to provide greater control over local land use, planning, and regulatory matters, and to provide an increased level of service to Rancho Cordova residents.

The voters of the community showed overwhelming support for the incorporation ballot measure on November 5, 2002, voting 77.6 percent in approval of incorporation, and the city's first Council members were also elected on November 5, 2002, and included David Roberts, Mayor, Linda Budge, Robert McGarvey, Kenneth Cooley, and David Sander, long-time residents and leaders in the Rancho Cordova community.

In 2010, the City accomplished another milestone with the annexation of a 1.2 square mile sliver of land south of US 50, between Sunrise and Hazel avenues. This brings into the City limits a stretch of viable businesses originally intended to be part of the City. Now these businesses will also have better representation and improved services.

City Government

The City of Rancho Cordova has a Council-manager form of government with five members elected to the Council, one of whom serves as mayor for a year. The Mayor's post is that of "chief among equals for a time." The five current Council Members are Linda Budge, Donald Terry, Robert McGarvey, David Sander, and  Dan Skoglund. Each Councilmember serves the City at large, not representing any designated area or ward.

County Government

Rancho Cordova is represented by Don Nottoli on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors.

State Representation

Rancho Cordova is represented by one California Assembly District and two California Senate Districts:
  • Assembly District 8: Ken Cooley, D-Rancho Cordova
  • Senate District 1: Ted Gaines, R-Roseville
  • Senate District 6: Darrell Steinberg, D-Sacramento

Federal Representation

Rancho Cordova is represented by one member of Congress and two Senators:
  • US House of Representatives District 7: Ami Bera, D-Elk Grove
  • US Senate: Dianne Feinstein, D-California
  • US Senate: Barbara Boxer, D-California
 
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