Yuba City offers a business climate and lifestyle unmatched in the State. This growing metropolitan area of over 168,000 provides unique opportunities to thrive in the greater Sacramento Valley.
A water tower can be seen from miles around and symbolizes the small town atmosphere of the area even as the City is developing and growing. Yuba City's western horizon is dominated by the Sutter Buttes, popularly believed to be the smallest mountain range in the world. The Sutter Buttes show up on the map as a small circular bump that contrasts sharply with its flat surroundings in California's Central Valley. The mountains are the remnants of an ancient volcano that has been dormant for over a million years.
South Butte, the highest peak is 2,117 feet above sea level. The rich heritage and history of the area brings a wonderful way of life for the citizens of Yuba City. Yuba City still retains the atmosphere and friendliness of a small town while managing new development and retail.
Yuba City retains the atmosphere and friendliness of a small town while managing new businesses, retail and residential development. State Highway 99 (N-S) and State Highway 20 (E-W) and the redevelopment of Yuba City's downtown Plumas Street into a destination shopping district - have established Yuba City as a regional hub.
The economy is thriving, particularly at Beale Air Force Base, while the region embraces new developments in traditional industries including agriculture, manufacturing and building materials.
40 minutes north of the Sacramento International Airport, Yuba City provides a pleasant surprise just far enough away from the bigger city.
Nestled in the northern California, Yuba City is the county seat of Sutter County. It is the principal city of the Yuba City Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Sutter County and Yuba County. The Yuba City area is 40 minutes north of Sacramento and is part of the Sacramento Valley.
Yuba City, the county seat of Sutter County,
is 40 minutes north of
Sacramento and is part of the Sacramento Valley.