Huntington Village, incorporated in 1995 by its developer, Robert C. Powell Development, consists of 53 single family homes. Front yard maintenance, exterior painting of homes and exterior fences, streets, gates, and street lights are maintained by the association and is included in the monthly dues.
Huntington Village's name commemorates the contributions of Collis P. Huntington to California history. One of the “Big Four” founders of the Central Pacific Railroad, Huntington, a native of Connecticut, was a successful Sacramento businessman who partnered with Mark Hopkins, Jr. in 1855. Huntington served as vice president of the Central Pacific, spending most of his time in the New York and Washington, D.C., lobbying potential investors and members of Congress. The gated community, located across from the Gold River Racquet Club, Huntington Village is close to walking and biking trails, with abounding opportunities for recreation while maintaining a high level of privacy and gracious living.