Sutter County men and women are married at higher rates than the rest
of the U.S. population. Both household and family incomes in Sutter
County are larger than the U.S. average, but so are the households and
families, which is why per capita income in Sutter County is below the
This is all according to the American Community Survey project of the
U.S. Census Bureau, an ongoing survey that is conducted between the
official Census counts every 10 years.
In March of 2010, the Census Bureau will be sending out questionnaires
for the 2010 official census of all residents of the United States.
Because the county’s population is tied to federal and state funding
allocations to the county, Sutter County officials will be assisting
the federal government in getting a complete count of all county residents.
Individuals interested in serving on a Sutter County Census Committee
are encouraged to contact Chuck Smith, Sutter County Public Information
Officer, at 530-822-7100. Those interested in working as a census taker
are encouraged to contact the Census Bureau at 866-861-2010.