Currently, the rivers and levee systems are operating within design parameters.
Increased runoff and releases from reservoirs have raised the level of the
river. However, this is normal for the large amount of rain we are
experiencing. The Levee Districts, Reclamation Districts, and Sutter County
Emergency Services are continuing to monitor the situation. For more
information on preparedness and to review river levels and forecasts visit the
Sutter County Emergency Services Webpage.
On Friday and Monday, December 23rd & 26th,
most county offices will be closed in observance
of the Christmas Holiday.
Museum Store Stocked for Christmas
December 14, 2005
The Museum Store is being stocked with books and gifts just right for
holiday giving. It's a great place to unique gifts you won't find anywhere
else. The Museum Store features the biggest inventory of history books in
the area and lots of creative gifts for adults and children. The bonus is
that every time you patronize the Museum Store, you are helping to support
the Museum. Be sure to check out the many wonderful choices available.
California's eRecycle Fee
December 12, 2005
When you purchase a new TV or computer monitor,
you will be charged a recycling fee of $6-10,
depending upon screen size.
This state law is designed to help create the
nation's first eRecycling program. We'll keep
harmful materials from millions of discarded
electronic devices from ending up in landfills and
in our water supplies. So for a few dollars, we
can help protect California's environment, and
help keep us all a little healthier.
For Sutter and Yuba County residents, the Yuba-Sutter
Disposal facility in Marysville will process any
eWaste or eRecyle items. Please visit the
website for further details.