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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
Places to Eat or Drink
Places to Shop
Grocery and Drug Stores
Places to Learn
Butte View High School (9-12)
Sutter Union High School (9-12)