Elk Grove was founded in 1850 as a stage stop for travelers coming from Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area. The beautiful Elk Grove Hotel and Stage Stop was opened, and the city was named after it. By the late 1960's the Pacific Railroad came and the hotel accommodated far off travelers.
In the following decades, Elk Grove remained a small farming community with little urban development. In the late 1980s, suburban development projects began to spring up around the community, specifically in the north near Sacramento. This was meant to serve Sacramento's population as well as San Francisco commuters looking for a community relatively near the San Francisco Bay Area which they could settle in and still commute from. This set off a period of rapid suburban growth which peaked in the years 2004 and 2005 when Elk Grove was declared the fastest growing city in the US.
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