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Thank You for Supporting the Adopt a Family Christmas
January 24, 2008
Thank you to all of the Christmas Angels that helped with the Fit Foundation Adopt a Family Christmas list. Your generosity is truly inspiring and helped over 290 children in our community.

And of course thank you to all the anonymous "Angels" who are there to help every year!

Special thanks to:

The Cookie Tree, Raintree Carwash, Butte Community Bank, Larry Combs, Appeal Democrat, George & Jeannine Carey, Carey & Associates Intl., Prestigious Paint and Auto Body, Yuba City Police Department, Yuba City Early Risers Kiwanis, Yuba City Noon Kiwanis, Wal-Mart of Marysville, Stephen and Jennifer Avery, Chief Doscher and the Yuba City Police Department, Elaine Filter, Bonnie Marshall, Barbara Clover, Gisela Hamilton, Alice Rooney

 
Bill and Lisa Ollar
Zane and Bonnie Marshall
The "Brit Pack"
Children's System of Care Staff
Chuck & Carol Esparza
Dale Follas
Dan and Margaret Bill
David and Susie Armstrong
Della Brown
Bill and Dianne Daugherty
Dr. Sandjiv Midha office and patients
Ed and Barbara Smith
Garland Garrisi
Gray Avenue Middle School Cafeteria Staff
Janelle Saigeon
Janet and Vernon Burrows
Jeffrey and Kerri Julian
John and Heidi Limas
Julie Stevenson and Family
LD and Marilyn Hake
Marc and Karyn Boomgaarden
Pacific Supply and Anderson Walls
Peter Daley III
Jennifer Harlan
Robert and Dianne Wright
Ruth and Bernard Koch
St Andrew Presbyterian Church
Stephen and Janice Marshall
Steve Kroeger Family
Sutter Buttes Imaging Staff
Sutter Co. CPS Staff
Sutter Co. DA's Office staff
Sutter Co. Employment Services Staff
Sutter Co. Health Dept Business Ofc Staff
Sutter Co. Probation Staff
Sutter Co. Purchasing Dept Staff
Sutter Co. Sheriff's Reserve Deputies
SYMH Administrative Staff
SYMH Adult Outpatient Staff
SYMH Business Office Staff
SYMH Youth Services Out Patient Staff
Yuba City Engineering Dept Staff
Marni Potter
Diane Langley
Stephanie Maky
Dulce Ward
Gary Marler
Stacey Larick
Yuba City Human Resources Dept Staff
Yuba City Police Dept Day 12 Shift
Yuba City Police Dept Dispatchers
Yuba City Public Works
Yuba City Waste Water Tx Facility
The Dave Marshall Family
Laura Hern
Paula Kearns
Louise Graham
Mary Hill
John Buckland
Jeff & Susan Hancock
Scott Daugherty & Lynne Ferda
Kate & Brian Lenz
Dr. Danny Munger
The Brown Family
Debbie Greathouse
Mike Healy, Jason Healy and Kat Horner
Jerry & Charlotte Staton and Family
Milton & Lonna Applehof
John and Connie Bustos
Landon Malone
The Brian Baker Family
Kevin and Lori Bradford
The Eric England Family
The Lundberg Family
Three Rivers PT Cruisers Club
Tim and Linda Evans
William and Karen Fuller
YCUSD Personnel Dept Staff
Yuba City Fire Dept Administration Staff
Lola Schroeder
Linda Mulhall
Steve Elias
Michelle Harrington
Maria Crocker
Give Kids a Smile Day
January 14, 2008
The Sutter County Health Department will celebrate "Give Kids A Smile Day" on February 1st, Friday, from 1-4 pm at 1445 Veterans Memorial Circle, Yuba City.

This free, local celebration includes fun activities for children ages 1-5, photos with the Tooth Fairy, dental screenings (which meet the kindergarten entry requirement) and prizes. The event kicks off Dental Health Month and supports efforts that focus on providing oral health education to all children despite their economic status.

"Give Kids A Smile Day" was designed to provide dental education, preventative and restorative care to low-income children who do not have access to these services and is an annual centerpiece to National Children's Dental Health Month. While dentistry is only 5 percent of the health care dollar, dental care is critical.

Research shows that tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease, affecting 50 percent of U.S. first graders. Nationally, more than one-half of children ages 6 to 8 have tooth decay, and one-third of it goes untreated.

For more information contact the Health Education Department Dental Program at (530 822-7215

Holiday Closure
January 14, 2008
On Monday, January 21st, most county offices will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
After A Disaster Do Not Get Scammed
January 10, 2008
The California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) protects consumers by licensing and regulating California's construction industry. It is an unfortunate fact that unscrupulous individuals will try and make a profit on another's misfortune. Don't let these individuals take advantage of you during this vulnerable time.

Before you hire a contractor or sign any documents for repairs, the California Contractors State License Board offers the following basic advice:

  • Don't rush into repairs, no matter how badly they are needed
  • Get at least three bids. Don't hire the first contractor who comes along
  • Watch out for door-to-door offers of repair services and flyers or business cards that are left on your doorstep
  • Ask friends, family, and associates for recommendations about contractors they have hired
  • Never hand over a cash deposit
  • Even for the smallest job, get proof that the person you are dealing with has a contractor'license for the type of work that needs to be done
  • Get a written contract that details every aspect of the work to be done
Report January 2008 Storm Damage
January 08, 2008
The Sutter County Office of Emergency Services will be collecting initial January 4, 2008 storm damage estimates in an effort to determine the overall economic impact the storm has had on the county. If residents or businesses within Sutter County would like to report damage to be included in this estimate they are encouraged to do so. While the submission of damage information is not an offer or guarantee of individual assistance, it will be valuable in determining if State or Federal aid may be available at a later date.

Assessment of damages as a result of the recent wind storms throughout Sutter County reveals many instances of damaged and down fencing that surround private swimming pools. Sutter County encourages those homeowners affected to begin prompt repair or install temporary fencing that would prevent unwanted access to swimming pool areas and prevent a possible tragedy from occurring.

Residents or businesses submitting information will need to provide the following:

  • Name
  • Phone number and email address
  • Address of location at which damage is being reported
  • Insurance status
  • A brief description of the damage that occurred and estimated cost to repair or replace the damaged property.
To facilitate the collection of this information, Emergency Services has posted an online Storm Damage Report Form. The County of Sutter appreciates your cooperation and will ensure that notifications be made if individual assistance does become available.

For more information or for residents of unincorporated Sutter County please call us at (530) 822-7400 ext. 201 and leave us a voice mail with your name, address, and the damage sustained. If you would prefer to provide this information electronically, please fill out our Storm Damage Report Form.

If there are health concerns due to the power outages, please call (530) 822-7215 for assistance.

For Agricultural damage concerns please submit a Weather Related Agricultural Damage Report, contact the Agricultural Department, visit the Agricultural Department webpage, or call (530) 822-7500.

For road concerns such as potholes, road surface damage, obstructions, and sign damage please submit a Public Works Service Request.

Reporting Forms

Donations can be made of non-perishable food, including baby formula and diapers to Christian Assistance Network (CAN) located at 232 Teegarden, Yuba City between 1:00 pm – 2:45 pm, Telephone (530) 671-7455 or Sutter County Welfare & Social Services Administration office located at 539 Garden Hwy. Suite C, Yuba City, between 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Telephone (530) 822-3212.

Residents of the City of Live Oak can find more information about reporting storm damage at the City of Live Oak website

Residents of the Yuba City can find more information about reporting storm damage at the Yuba City website

Sand and Sand Bags
January 03, 2008
A Special Weather Statement issued by the National Weather Service in Sacramento indicates "Dangerous winter storms headed for Northern California" from Thursday 1/3/08 until Sunday 1/5/08.

Information on the National Weather Service's winter storm bulletins can be found on all Sutter County web pages in the upper right hand corner.

All residents are encouraged to listen/watch local weather reports on the radio and television.

Hazardous travel conditions may exist this weekend, take appropriate precautions if travel is necessary.

Additional information for road closures, storm information and preparedness/awareness information can be found at the Severe weather page.

To report a power line down or outages contact Pacific Gas and Electric at 1-800-743-5000

For downed trees, flooded roads, contact:

  • Yuba City - 822-4626 during business hours, 822-4661 (after hours)
  • Live Oak - 695-2112 during business hours, 695-3522 (after hours)
  • Sutter County (unincorporated areas) - 822-7450 during business hours, 822-7307 (after hours)
  • Emergencies: 911

Sutter County has a supply of sand and sand bags available for County residents who feel the need to protect their property from localized flooding. Sand bags will be available at the following locations:

  • Sutter: Sutter County Public Works, Acacia and Lemenager
  • Live Oak: Live Oak Public Works, 9633 N St.
  • South of Yuba City: Oswald Tudor Fire Station, 1280 Barry Rd.
  • East Nicolaus: East Nicolaus Fire Department 1988 Nicolaus Ave.
  • Pleasant Grove: Pleasant Grove Fire Department, 3100 Howsley Road
  • Meridian: Meridian Fire Department 1100 3Rd St.

Yuba City residents can find information on getting sand bags at the Yuba City website