SACOG Blueprint Project Workshop
The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) has started phase 2 in the public involvement phase of the Blueprint Project--a study to explore the relationship between our land uses and our transportation system. Participants in the workshop will discuss how we can best manage growth to preserve and enhance Sutter County's quality of life. Please come and join us as we need to hear from you--the people who live and work in Sutter County. A light breakfast will be served.
||January 24, 2004 at 8:30 am
Yuba City Senior Center
777 Ainsley Avenue
||(916) 340-6237 (to register and receive more information)
Museum Open House & Children's Program
Join us for an entertaining afternoon with stories by the GMM Storytellers and music by John Carter. Free to children of all ages. Hot cider, punch and cookies will also be available.
See the beautiful array of Christmas decorations, all handmade from fresh greens by our volunteers. The decorations will be on display until the first week of January.
||Saturday, December 20, 2003 at 1:00 pm
Community Memorial Museum
1333 Butte House Road
Yuba City, 95993
New Children & Families Commission Newsletter
We welcome you to the first issue of the Sutter County Children & Families Newsletter. It will be published every other month. If you have suggestions or would like to submit information you would like to see included in future issues, please contact the office at (530) 822-7505. Deb Coulter is the Commission's Executive Director.
The mission of the Children & Families Commission is to provide a comprehensive system of information, programs and services that supports all Sutter County children and their families, and helping to ensure that each child enters school healthy and ready to learn.
Agricultural Commissioner - 2002 Sutter County Crop Report
We are pleased to announce the online publication of the Sutter County Agricultural 2002 Crop Report
Sutter County's gross agricultural production value for 2002 totaled $291,061,100, with Rice, Peaches, Walnuts, Dried Plums (Prunes) and Tomatoes continuing as the leading agricultural commodities.
Sutter County Museum - California's Native Plants
A new photographic exhibition of California's Native Plants has opened at the Sutter County Museum. This will run from October 9 to November 30, 2003.
- Tuesday through Friday 9-5
- Saturday and Sunday 12-4
Get a glimpse of the exhibition.
Sutter County Election Results for the Statewide Recall Election
Gold! Sutter County Awarded First Place at the California State Fair
Sutter County was awarded Gold (1st place) as well as "Best Display of Produce and Artifacts" in the Counties
Exhibits Competition at the 2003 California State Fair.
Since 1995, Sutter County has participated in the Counties Exhibits Competition at the California State Fair. In 1995, we won the Silver and Superintendent's Award. In 1996, 1997, & 1998 Sutter County brought home the Bronze award. The theme was "Diversity" in 1999 and we won
our first Gold award as well as an award for "Best use of Produce Products Artifacts" displayed. Our booth also
won Gold awards in 2000 and 2002. In 2001, we won the Golden Bear Award which is the highest award a county can receive. Each year, only one Golden Bear is awarded for the year. View more photos of our 2003 State Fair Exhibit.
Clerk - Recorder Records now available online
We are pleased to announce the ability now to search and order Sutter County's Official Records online.
to access our new system.
Once you've located a document to order, add it to your online shopping cart, checkout,
and print the Clerk - Recorder Document Order Form generated by our online system. This form can then be mailed
to the Clerk - Recorder for processing.
Vote! Let Your Voice Be Heard
California's gubernatorial recall election is October 7th. To vote
you must be registered at least 15 days prior to the election date.
September 22nd is the last day that you can register to vote for this
special recall election.
If you have not yet registered to vote, visit Sutter County's
voter registration information
page or call (530) 822-7122 for more
information. Remember to vote and let your voice be heard!
Sutter County Website Awarded 2nd Place in Digital Counties Survey
Based on the 2003 Digital Counties Survey organized by the Center for Digital Government, the Sutter County
website tied for second (2nd) place in the under 150,000 population category. For this category, Sutter
County was also the only California county ranked in the top 10.
The web development team
earlier this year deployed the
new County website with a new look and feel as well as providing easier navigation. As website development
is a dynamic process, there will continue to be upgrades and new features as the web team moves forward with
the County's vision for e-government.
The County of Sutter is honored to receive this distinction and looks forward to providing continued quality
service to the Sutter County community.
Sutter County Exhibit at the California State Fair
The California State Fair begins on Friday, August 15th, and ends on Monday, September 1st
Sutter County is participating in the Counties Exhibits competition that was
introduced at the California State fair in the 1870s. It is the only competition of its kind
in the country to showcase all of the counties within the state.
Last year, Sutter County received the distinguished and highly coveted California State
Fair Gold Award for County Exhibits. This year, the California State Fair celebrates its
150th birthday. Please stop by and visit our booth.
County Museum Summer Exhibits
Our Summer Exhibits are now on display. We are showing a donation of rope used for roping
cows, cowboy chaps made from buffalo, a hanger made from horseshoes, a black dress cowboy
hat, an account book covering the years 1928 - 1940, and a rope for performing rope tricks.
All of these items belonged to Edward "Buck" Hannickle, an iterant cowboy and ranch
hand who worked in many areas of Northern California, beginning in 1917 at age 14. He moved
from place to place, often working for the Five Dot Land and Cattle Company. Buck Hannickle
was also a trick roper who performed at rodeos. The items were donated by Kenneth Smith of
Sutter Yuba Genealogical Society
Sutter Yuba Genealogical Society will have an Organizational Meeting on June 17, 2003,
from 7 - 9 p.m. at the Yuba County Library, 303 Second Street in Marysville. For more
information contact Denise Damm at (530) 671-4723 or e-mail
Study Shows Diabetes Rate High in Yuba-Sutter Area
Findings from a UCLA study indicate that the Yuba-Sutter area shows an 8 percent diabetes prevalence
rate, one of the highest in the state. That prevalence rate translates to approximately 8,000 Yuba-Sutter
residents carrying this disease. Visit the
Sutter County Diabetes Education Program
page to learn more about this disease.
Come to your neighborhood workshop!
The Sacramento region will add another one million people during the next 30 years. Where will they live, what type of housing will they
need, how will they get where they want to go, and how do we ensure that we preserve the region's high quality of life in the face of this
The "Sacramento Region Blueprint: Transportation/Land Use Study" is addressing these questions and many more with a series of dozens of high-tech, interactive planning workshops, to be held throughout the six-county Sacramento Region. We want to hear from you!
These workshops will allow local residents to envision how they would like to see their communities -- and their region -- grow in the
National Public Health Week
In celebration of National
Public Health Week, Sutter County Public Health has a full schedule of
activities planned for the week of April 7-13, 2003. Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday the Public Health Outreach Mobile Clinic will be at
various locations around Sutter County. On Tuesday a
“Family Fun Fitness Fair” will be held at Sutter County Public Health. On Friday “Walk for Fun” at The Mall in Yuba City. For more information,
please call 822-7215.
April is the month of the Child and there are a series of events which will take
place in the community.
For more information call 749-3276 ext 106.
The Sutter County Board of Supervisors and Levee District 1 are conducting a tour of the Feather River Levee on Saturday, March 22, 2003, 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
There is no cost for the tour. Seating is limited -- only those who pre-register will be able to attend.
To sign-up for the levee tour, please contact the Board of Supervisor’s office at (530) 822-7106.
A new location for the Children & Families Commission Office
Mini-Grant Technical Assistance Workshop
The Sutter County Children and Families Commission invites all interested Community-based
organizations, for profit and non-profit entities, public or private agencies, faith-based
organizations* or any local government entities to attend a special mini-grant technical
The program elements include: cover sheet, requirement checklist, narrative, evaluation, budget
forms and reporting forms.
There is no charge for the workshops; your reservation confirms your attendance. For reservations,
please call Adele at (530) 822-7505.
*Funds to faith-based organizations may not be used for religious purposes.
Every year Sutter North Medical Foundation holds a Chili Cook-Off to raise funds
for various non profit groups in the community. This year Sutter County had two
entry’s: The Chili Kings, featuring County Supervisors Dan Silva and
Jim Whitaker along with Human Services Director Ed Smith; and the Health Division
of Human Services featuring their famous “Gone with the Wind” Chili. Great fun was
had by all.
Right to Left: Health Officer Mike Kinnison MD pictured in his basic black dress along with Ed Smith of the Chili Kings.
|Right to Left: Michelle Blake, Judy Mikesell, Dr. Kinnison, Anna Palermo, and Sgt. David of the Chili Patrol.|
Sheriff's Department Officer of the Year
Deputy Tommy Tate is the Officer of the Year for the County of Sutter
Sheriff’s Department. Deputy Tate was voted by his peers for this honor.
His distinguished 14 years of full time service to our citizens as a deputy
include 4 Sheriff's Commendations, 1 Undersheriff's Commendation, 6 Supervisors
Commendations and 13 letters of appreciation from citizens and allied agencies.
Deputy Tate’s service to the citizens of Sutter County is in the highest
tradition of the Sutter County Sheriff’s Department, and he will be honored at
an awards banquet to be held on February 15, 2003. Congratulations Deputy Tate!
Sutter County Employment Services Job Fair
Sutter County Employment Services is having a Job Fair on March 22nd from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
Andros Karparos School on Walton Avenue in Yuba City. Some of the 30 employers who will participate include:
- Big 5 Sporting Goods
- Gap Inc.
- Ca Department of Corrections
- Colusa Casino and Bingo
- Food Maxx
- Fremont Rideout Hospital
- Home Depot
- Rite Aid Distribution Center
- Sam’s Club
- The Morning Star Company
- Home Health Care Management
Community Memorial Museum
The Community Memorial Museum currently has two exhibits in its main gallery. The first is Easy Rider, an exhibit of vintage motorcycles and advertising media from the early 20th century. The second is Little Farm of Yesterday, a folk art exhibit of a late 19th century farm based on the farm the artist, retired farmer Ed Glenn, grew up on in the Pleasant Grove area.
Both exhibits will be on display through February. The Museum is located at 1555 Butte House Road, Yuba City. Hours are Tuesday through Friday 9-5, Saturday & Sunday 12-4.