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The native plant community of Sutter is central oak woodland.
Sutter is in the 95982 zip code.
As of a July 2007 estimate1, residents' median age was 33 years.
Of residents 25 or older, 77.8% had at least a high school degree, 14.9% had at least a bachelor's degree, and 0.5% had a graduate or professional degree. Sutter has the lowest proportion of residents with graduate or professional degrees in the Yuba-Sutter area.
Of residents 15 or older, 59.2% were married, 23.0% had never married, 10.0% were divorced, 5.4% were widowed, and 2.4% were separated.
6.3% of households were headed by unmarried partners. 0.3% of households were headed by self-identified same-sex couples.
For employed residents, the average travel time to work was 28 minutes. The most common industry for males to work in was the construction industry (23%). The most common industries for females to work in were education (17%), health care (10%), accommodation and food services (10%), and finance or insurance (10%). Sutter has an unusually high proportion of finance or insurance workers, compared to the rest of the Yuba-Sutter area.
The 2007 median annual household income was $55,293 and 2008 median home price was $206,890. 12.2% of residents were below the poverty level in 2007, and 5.9% were below half the poverty level. The 2008 cost of living index was 88.4 (the United States average is 100).
Sutter is named for John Sutter.
Places to Have Fun
- Butte Star Ranch and Equestrian Center
- Southridge Golf Club
- Sutter Bike Path
- Sutter Community Center
- Sutter County Library Sutter Branch
- Sutter Buttes
- Sutter Park
- Sutter Youth Organization
- West Butte Bike Route
Places to Eat or Drink
Places to Shop
Grocery and Drug Stores
Places to Learn
- Brittan Community Day School (K-8)
- Brittan Elementary School (K-8)
- Butte View High School (9-12)
- Sutter Union High School (9-12)