Based on a national survey conducted by the
Center for Digital Government, the Sutter County
website was ranked 4th in the nation in the under
150,000 population category.
Sutter County's ranking is up two levels from the 6th place ranking
achieved for the 2004 survey. Additionally, the survey was based on
the County's prior website format. With the recent release
of the County's new website architecture that provides an even greater focus on online
services and ease of information access, the features and points that won
the County its recognition are even further enhanced and expanded.
The staff of the County's Web Technologies Group is honored and gratified to have
received this recognition for their efforts in developing the website. However, all the
employees of the County truly receive this award as a vast portion of the information
and services provided on the website are contributed by the various County departments.
Sutter County continues to endeavor in delivering easier and better online access to
information and services for its citizens and the surrounding communities in the region.
Today Sutter County deployed its newly redesigned website.
Designed upon an information architecture adopted
by numerous other County entities in California, the
new website allows for easier navigation and a more
focused access to information based upon the
perspective of the site visitor. Perspectives are defined
through various channels that include: Living, Working,
Business, Visiting, Government and Emergencies.
Ancillary channels include Online Services and Website
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Help page for more information about our website. Use
the feedback form (link at the bottom of each page) to let
us know what you think. We look forward to your comments.
Free Health Screenings at Yuba City Farmer's Market
June 09, 2005
The Sutter County Public Health Mobile Van is coming to the Yuba City Farmer's Market
soon and will be offering free
health screenings and more, between the hours of
8:00am and 12:00 Noon on selected dates from June to October.
The Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
will also be coming to the Farmer's Market and will be providing vouchers for the purchase
of fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs. Look out for them on the following dates:
Call (530) 822-7215, extension 240 for more information.
Sutter County 2004 Crop Report
June 06, 2005
Sutter County's gross agricultural production value for 2004 totaled almost $300 million
with rice, walnuts, peaches, almonds and tomatoes (canning) as the leading agricultural
Although growers experienced some economic impacts tied to the weather as well as new
government regulations, agriculture continues to be a valuable asset to Sutter County's
economic base, as reflected in this crop report. Industries directly or indirectly tied to
agriculture benefited appreciably as the agriculture industry returned over $1.05 billion
to our local economy in 2004.