Official & Public Records Portal
Official records include vital records, such as birth, death and marriage certificates,
as well as other official documents such as deeds, judgements, orders, release, etc.
Public records include items such as board and committee meeting agendas and minutes,
hearing notices, property assessments and taxes, and more.
The County links listed below provide access to many of the public and official records
mentioned above. If specific information cannot be obtained through the website, a Public
Records Act (PRA) request can be submitted.
Under the California PRA, citizens have the right to access public information held by state
and local agencies. Citizens can access public records by submitting an online request through
the Sutter County Public Records Center (listed below.)
Public Records Act Request
The County Assessor is charged with the annual responsibility of preparing the assessment rolls from which local property taxes are derived.
Board of Supervisors
You will find board and committee agenda and minutes on the Board of Supervisor's page.
The Recorder's Office records and preserves official documents and vital records.
You will find Planning Commission agendas, minutes and staff reports on this page.
The Treasurer-Tax Collectors Office is accountable for three important county functions: Banking depository,
property tax collection and revenue collection.