Sutter County is embedded in great agricultural area with beautiful wildlife and nature. The population of Sutter County is almost 97,000 people. The median household income is just under $53,000, and the median home value is $287,800. The county seat is Yuba City.
Sutter County is located between the Sacramento and Feather Rivers in the Sacramento Valley and has an area of 608 square miles. Sutter County is home to the Sutter Buttes, called “the world’s smallest mountain range,” but the rest of the valley is flat. The area contains 240 miles of levees because of the rivers.
Sutter County was one of the first counties of California and was created the year of 1850. Sutter county is named after John Sutter, who obtained a Mexican land grant in the 1840’s and developed Hock Farm, the first major agricultural development in the area.