Library | Sutter County, CA (2022)

Library | Sutter County, CA (1)The Library offers services designed to benefit the whole community. Children enjoy a wide variety of resources and exciting programs throughout the year. There are also regular events designed for teens as well as adults. A widely recognized Literacy Services Program offers classes for Adult Learners in Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, Citizenship, and much more. An active Friends of the Library group provides enthusiastic support through volunteers and fundraising.

Online Services

Sacramento Public Library System Integration
Sutter County Library systems are integrated with the Sacramento Public Library system for online catalog searches, account management and library computer reservations.

  • Library Catalog Search
  • Renew Books or View Your Account

Newsbank Explore and stay informed on local, national and international topics, people and events in areas such as business, health, education, jobs and careers, political and social issues and more. Features a wide variety of credible, vetted news sources from around the world to around the corner, including the Appeal Democrat. Also available remotely 24/7 on any device.

  • Access World News
  • Appeal Democrat

Additional Online Services
Patrons of Sutter County Library have access to many other helpful resources including e-books, audio files, and research tools:

  • California's Library Services for People with Print Disabilities
  • Discover and Go program
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library
  • Mango Languages
  • Overdrive - eBooks and Audio
  • TeachingBooks.net - Bring Books to Life
  • Northstar Digital Literacy
  • Skillshare
  • GetSetUp

enki California Digital Library
In response to COVID-19 and library closures, Califa has partnered with Bibliolabs to launch enki California Digital Library, an ebook library available to every person in California:

  • No library card is required
  • No hold queues
  • If you are physically located in the state of California, you're in!

The California Digital Newspaper Collection
This digital newspaper collection currently contains 531,301 issues comprising 5,705,437 pages and 39,566,623 articles and can be found on the California Digital Newspaper Collection's online database. This database is open, free, and supports reading and research of California’s rich history and communities.

Library Printing

Print Within the Library from Your Wi-Fi Enabled Mobile Device

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The following link is only accessible from within the library's wireless network:

  • https://suttercountylibrary/mobileprint

FEMA Floodplain Publications

Residents benefit by receiving credit towards a discount on their flood insurance policies for having the following FEMA publications at the local library. For your convenience, we have listed these documents, which can be downloaded from the FEMA website.

  • FEMA P-347, Above the Flood: Elevating Your Floodprone House (2000)
  • FEMA F-084, Answers to Questions About the National Flood Insurance Program (2011)
  • FEMA P-55, Coastal Construction Manual: Principles and Practices of Planning, Siting, Designing, Constructing, and Maintaining Residential Buildings in Coastal Areas, 4th Edition (2011)
  • FEMA 54, Elevated Residential Structures (1984)
  • FEMA P-85, Protecting Manufactured Homes from Floods and Other Hazards (2009)
  • FEMA 257, Mitigation of Flood and Erosion Damage to Residential Buildings in Coastal Areas (1994)
  • FEMA P-348, Protecting Building Utility Systems From Flood Damage (2017)
  • FEMA P-268, Protecting Floodplain Resources - A Guidebook for Communities (1996)
  • FEMA 511, Reducing Damage from Localized Flooding (2005)

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Library Patron Code of Conduct

Below are some basic guidelines that will help everyone enjoy Sutter County Library as a great community asset.

  • Library staff is here to serve you in your pursuit of knowledge and information. We hope that you might also enjoy finding books, movies or use of the internet to be entertaining and rewarding.
  • The library is a county department and will follow policies and procedures put in place by the Sutter County Board of Supervisors and County Administration. Library staff will not engage in arguments or debates concerning these rules.
  • Rules governing reservations and time limits are in keeping with what is typical in most libraries and are designed to accommodate as many people as possible in an equitable manner. To avoid confusion and inequity, library staff will not change rules based on individual preferences.
  • Individuals using library facilities and attending library programs are expected to comply with all library policies and directions from staff. Conduct is unacceptable if it impedes other patrons from enjoyment of library resources or threatens injury to library patrons or library resources.
  • Please enjoy your library experience by showing respect to others. Consideration should be given to those who prefer social distancing and some measure of privacy.
  • In order to maintain a peaceful and valuable library experience for all, those engaged in loud or argumentative speech or behaving in a threatening manner will be asked to leave.

For more information concerning the library’s policies and procedures, please visit the library’s website. You may also request a printed copy from library staff.

The following describes in greater detail the conduct expected while using the library:

  • Library staff is here to serve you in your pursuit of knowledge and information. We hope that you might also enjoy finding books, movies or use of the internet to be entertaining and rewarding.

The library is a community resource which promotes lifelong learning by providing access to books, movies, the internet, programs and classes. The library property is not to be used as a space for:

Childcare for unattended children

Sleeping or Camping

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Soliciting or selling merchandise or services

Sexual activities – including but not limited to, unwanted or inappropriate touching, advances, harassment or indecent exposure

Use of alcohol, tobacco, or controlled substances

  • The library is a county department and will follow policies and procedures put in place by the Sutter County Board of Supervisors and County Administration. Library staff will not engage in arguments or debates concerning these rules.

Although the library seeks to welcome all, there is also an expectation that library users show respect and courtesy to library staff and others using the library. In addition to policies adopted by the Sutter County Board of Supervisors, the following library procedures will be followed:

Library staff will not engage in arguments with the public concerning policies and procedures. Questions or concerns may be addressed to the Director of Library Services in writing.

Members of the public wishing to engage staff in loud or threatening arguments will be asked to leave.

  • Rules governing reservations and time limits are in keeping with what is typical in most libraries and are designed to accommodate as many people as possible in an equitable manner. To avoid confusion, library staff will not change rules based on individual preferences.

Library rules are based on research of common practices of libraries across the country and are not aimed to deny services to a particular individual or group of people. The library and the county seek to serve the public with equity and strive to include all. In order to maintain efficiency in services to a diverse community, standard rules are used that may not always suit the needs of an individual at any given time. Library staff will follow these procedures:

Patrons’ reservations will be honored, and time limits enforced.

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Library staff should not be expected to change rules or show preference to another patron by adjusting these rules. Most limits are controlled by preset computer software that is not easily changed by staff.

Library staff will not engage in arguments over time limits. Those refusing to comply will be asked to leave the property and may jeopardize the right to make future reservations.

  • Individuals using library facilities and attending library programs are expected to comply with all library policies and directions from staff. Conduct is unacceptable if it impedes other patrons from enjoyment of library resources or threatens injury to library patrons or library resources.

By entering the library property, individuals agree to conducting themselves according to standards of mutual respect. The following are required in order to remain on the property:

Library visitors must be clothed appropriately and in accordance with local ordinance. Those with bare feet, shirtless or otherwise exposed will not be admitted.

Use of bicycles, skateboards, shopping carts and any other equipment that could cause injury to others is not permitted in the building. Skateboards may be carried but must be kept off the floor.

Drinks with lids are allowed. Reasonable snacks are also allowed. However, meals and foods that are messy may not be brought in or consumed in the library. Exceptions may be made for Library programs that serve food as part of approved activities.

Animals are not allowed in the library. Only service animals defined as compliant with ADA standards may be allowed.

  • Please enjoy your library experience by showing respect to others. Consideration should be given to those who prefer social distancing and some measure of privacy.

Although the library is a public space, it is also a shared space that requires those using it to respect others. A diverse community represents a wide variety of beliefs, customs, ideas and practices. Library users should not seek to impose, uninvited, their own practices on others. Proper social distancing should be practiced.

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Excessive use of scented products or lack of hygiene may also infringe on other’s enjoyment of the library. In some instances, library or security staff may find it necessary to request that a visitor address this problem.

  • In order to maintain a peaceful and valuable library experience for all, those engaged in loud or argumentative speech or behaving in a threatening manner will be asked to leave.

Those engaged in loud phone calls, arguments or shouting will be asked to leave the building.

Threatening or harassing language, gestures or actions are not allowed.

Minor infractions may result in a visitor being asked to leave. In more serious cases or repeat offenses, an incident report will be shared with Sutter County Risk Management and after review, may result in having library privileges revoked temporarily or a ban from library property.

Approved by Sutter County Board of Supervisors 3/8/2022

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FAQs

What is Sutter County famous for? ›

Sutter County is perhaps most renowned for being home to the smallest mountain range in the world, the Sutter Buttes. Sutter County is proud of its agricultural heritage and has the distinction of developing the seedless grape, a product which revolutionized the raisin industry.

What County is Yuba City CA in? ›

Sutter County is located in north central California, and the southern part of the County is approximately 12 minutes north of Sacramento, the state capitol. The City of Yuba City is the County Seat of Sutter County.

What cities are in Sutter County California? ›

Sutter County

Why is Yuba City in Sutter County? ›

Wanting more substantive County Seat, the town of Nicolaus, a bustling trading post and ferry crossing, was selected. After several short-term changes in location, in 1856 the people of Sutter County voted to proclaim Yuba City as the permanent County Seat.

What is Yuba County known for? ›

One of California's original 27 counties founded on February 18th in 1850, Yuba County is California's gateway to the historic Mother Lode Country, with a diverse landscape that boasts grand rivers, thriving farmland, friendly communities and numerous recreational possibilities that extend into the Sierra foothills.

Is Costco coming to Yuba County? ›

On Friday, the company confirmed plans to build a store at the old Peach Tree Mall along North Beale Road and Lindhurst Avenue. YUBA COUNTY, Calif. — A Costco Wholesale is officially coming to Linda in Yuba County.

What is it like living in Yuba City CA? ›

Living in Yuba City offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Yuba City there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Yuba City and residents tend to have moderate political views.

What is Marysville CA known for? ›

In addition to the brick merchant buildings, Marysville had developed mills, iron works, factories, machine shops, schools, churches and two daily newspapers. The population was almost 10,000. By 1857, Marysville had become one of the largest cities in California, due to its strategic location.

What cities are in Yolo County? ›

Yolo County

Is Roseville in Sutter County? ›

Sutter County is a county in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 94,737. The county seat is Yuba City. Sutter County is included in the Yuba City, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the Sacramento-Roseville, CA Combined Statistical Area.

What is Yuba City close to? ›

Linda, CA. Olivehurst, CA. Marysville, CA.

Is Sutter County a good place to live? ›

Sutter County offers excellent quality of life opportunities. There are good schools in nearby communities, low crime rate, seismic stability, world class outdoor hunting and fishing activities, excellent proximity to golf courses, professional sports venues, theatre, ballet, art galleries and fine dining.

Is Sacramento part of Yolo County? ›

Yolo County, California
RegionSacramento Valley
CSAGreater Sacramento
IncorporatedFebruary 18, 1850
County seatWoodland
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What County is Live Oak CA in? ›

The City of Live Oak, located in northern Sutter County has a population of approximately 8,500 residents. It is strategically located along the Highway 99 corridor between Yuba City and Chico, and has easy access to San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, and Sacramento.

Why are there chickens in Yuba City? ›

"A lot of people heard they came from a livestock auction yard that was in [the] neighborhood for a long time," Hougen said. Back in the 1970's, the livestock yard is where chickens were sold. Today, Yuba City gets its chickens from a variety of poultry-themed restaurants.

What is the crime rate in Yuba City? ›

Yuba City Annual Crimes
ViolentTotal
Number of Crimes2422,124
Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)3.4530.29

How many Sikhs are there in Yuba City? ›

There are about 15,000 Punjabis, including Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims, in this city of 65,000. Gill will be the first Sikh mayor in California.

Is Yuba county Conservative? ›

Yuba is a strongly Republican county in presidential and congressional elections.

Is Yuba City worth visiting? ›

The city has different recreational facilities, along with nature trails and outdoor areas. It has a rich history and the world's smallest mountain range. There are quite some places to visit in Yuba City, and you can explore them by planning your next vacation to this city.

What cities are included in Yuba county? ›

List of Towns and Cities in Yuba County, California, United States with Maps and Steets Views
  • Browns Valley.
  • Brownsville.
  • Camptonville.
  • Challenge.
  • Dobbins.
  • Marysville.
  • Olivehurst.
  • Oregon House.

Is Linda CA getting a Costco? ›

It used to be a mall. Now, Costco will take over at this location in Yuba County.

Are they building a Costco in Linda California? ›

Shopping carts are lined up in front of a Costco store on Feb. 25, 2021, in Inglewood. After countless rumors and several campaign promises, Costco officially confirmed Friday that it plans to build a new store at the site of the old Peach Tree Mall in Linda.

Does it snow in Yuba City California? ›

Yuba City, California gets 22 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. Yuba City averages 0 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.

Whats it like to live in Marysville CA? ›

Marysville is a quiet and very affordable place to live. However, the food is bad, it is not diverse, and there are not very good schools or jobs. Not that great of town. Loads of potential but lots of unfunded resources gone to waste.

Is Yuba City diverse? ›

The very diverse population of Yuba City is a source of pride for its citizens. The City hosts an annual Cultural Celebration to celebrate ethnic traditions and diversity through food, arts and music from around the region and the world.

What zone is Marysville CA? ›

Marysville, California is in USDA Hardiness Zones 9b.

How did the gold rush affect Marysville? ›

When it became a city, the population was 300. In less than a month, the population exploded to 1,500 and grew almost steadily for several years afterward. Because of the Gold Rush, the largest human migration in history, Marysville consumed 50 years of natural growth in a five-year period.

What is Marysville CA close to? ›

Yuba City, CA. Linda, CA. South Yuba City, CA.

Why is it called Yolo County? ›

Yolo County was one of the original 27 coun- ties created when California became a state in 1850. “Yolo” may be derived from the na- tive Patwin Indian word “yo-loy” meaning “abounding in the rushes.” Other historians believe it to be the name of the Indian chief, Yodo, or the Indian village of Yodoi.

Is Vacaville in Yolo County? ›

The following incorporated areas are in the Yolo-Solano AQMD: All of Yolo County (Davis, West Sacramento, Winters & Woodland) and the northeastern portion of Solano County (Dixon, Rio Vista & Vacaville).

What County is Sacramento in CA? ›

Sacramento County (/ˌsækrəˈmɛntoʊ/ ( listen)) is a county located in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2020 census, the population was 1,585,055. Its county seat is Sacramento, which has been the state capital of California since 1854.

What county is Roseville CA in? ›

Roseville is located in Placer County 405 miles north of Los Angeles, 102 miles northeast of San Francisco, and 16 miles north of Sacramento, the state capital.

When did Sutter Roseville open? ›

Sutter Health has been regularly building new additions to its 57-acre Roseville campus, which first opened in 1997.

What cities are in California? ›

California

Is Yuba City in Butte county? ›

Yuba City (Maidu: Yubu) is a city in Northern California and the county seat of Sutter County, California, United States. The population was 70,117 at the 2020 census.

How many Sikhs are there in Yuba City? ›

There are about 15,000 Punjabis, including Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims, in this city of 65,000. Gill will be the first Sikh mayor in California.

What is the crime rate in Yuba City? ›

Yuba City Annual Crimes
ViolentTotal
Number of Crimes2422,124
Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)3.4530.29

What cities are included in Yuba County? ›

List of Towns and Cities in Yuba County, California, United States with Maps and Steets Views
  • Browns Valley.
  • Brownsville.
  • Camptonville.
  • Challenge.
  • Dobbins.
  • Marysville.
  • Olivehurst.
  • Oregon House.

What cities are included in Butte County? ›

Butte County > Home. Butte County is a place of natural beauty with countless opportunities for recreation in both rural and urban environments. Many Butte County residents live in one of the five incorporated towns or cities: Biggs, Chico, Gridley, Oroville or Paradise.

Why is it called Butte County? ›

Butte County is named for the Sutter Buttes in neighboring Sutter County; butte means "small knoll" or "small hill" in French. Butte County was incorporated as one of California's 19 original counties on February 18, 1850. The county went across the present limits of the Tehama, Plumas, Colusa, and Sutter counties.

Does it snow in Yuba City CA? ›

Yuba City, California gets 22 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. Yuba City averages 0 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.

Where do most Punjabis live in California? ›

Outside of India, Yuba City is home to one of the largest groups of farmers from Punjab, the birthplace of Sikhism. Roughly half of the 500,000 Sikhs in the US live in California, with the largest concentration living in Yuba City.

Which city has most Punjabi in USA? ›

The most concentrated Sikh community in the United States has traditionally resided in agricultural Yuba City, California, although this agglomeration has since dispersed as Sikhs have gained a greater educational foundation, enabling them to have now spread out to metropolitan areas all over the United States.

Who is the richest Sikh in the world? ›

He is currently the CEO of VendorCloud and RedLotus. In April 2011, Men's Health reported his net worth to be $150 million.
...
Gurbaksh Chahal.
Gurbaksh Singh Chahal
Chahal in 2019
BornJuly 17, 1982 Tarn Taran Sahib, Punjab, India
NationalityAmerican
OccupationEntrepreneur
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Is Sacramento a safe city? ›

Sacramento Crime Rates FAQ

Sacramento's total crime rate is 3,809 per 100,000 people. Within the state of California, Sacramento is safer than 10% of other cities. People living in Sacramento have a 1 in 27 chance of being the victim of a crime.

What's the crime rate in Chico California? ›

The Chico CA crime rate for 2017 was 446.68 per 100,000 population, a 38.91% increase from 2016. The Chico CA crime rate for 2016 was 321.55 per 100,000 population, a 8.76% decline from 2015.
...
Chico CA Crime Rate 1999-2018.
City NamePopulationRate
Tehachapi12,402661.18
Sacramento507,037656.56
Victorville123,343655.89
Chico94,273648.12
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What is the crime rate in Sacramento? ›

Sacramento Annual Crimes
ViolentTotal
Number of Crimes3,56318,974
Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)6.7936.14

Is Yuba County Conservative? ›

Yuba is a strongly Republican county in presidential and congressional elections.

How many Yuba counties are there? ›

There are 2 counties in the Yuba City Area.

Is Yuba County in Sacramento? ›

The Yuba–Sutter area (common name), or Yuba City Metropolitan Statistical Area (name given by the U.S. Census Bureau), is a smaller metropolitan community including Yuba and Sutter Counties in Northern California's Central Valley within the Greater Sacramento area.

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