Olivehurst, CA


On 12-04-2019 at about 11:33am, Marysville Police Detectives arrested 26-year-old Ruben Augustine Blajos, 4800 block of Tulsa Avenue, Olivehurst, Ca. for Murder and Felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. This arrest stems from the shooting death of victim, Jesse Becerra, on October 28, 2017 in the 1300 block of Yuba Street in Marysville, CA.  This is an ongoing investigation and no further details are being released at this time.

The Guadalupana Association of St. Isidore has received permission to CLOSE the
following streets for its annual Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe parade on Sunday,
December 08, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The route will be as follows:

Beginning at Garden Hwy. & Percy Ave.
Northbound on Percy Avenue to Morton St.
Westbound Morton Street to Clark Ave.
Southbound Clark Ave. ending at St. Isidore’s Church.

Clark Avenue will be closed from Franklin Ave. to Hillcrest Ave. No parking will be
allowed on Clark Ave between Gilsizer Slough and Julie Dr while Clark Ave is closed.

Any questions, please call, (530) 822-4795.

Thank you.

Caltrans Proposes Safety Improvements, Passing Lanes and New Bridge


BUTTE COUNTY – Caltrans is hosting an open house next week to seek community comments about a proposed safety improvement project on State Highway 70 in southern Butte County.


The event will be Wednesday, December 11, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Feather River Adventist School, 24 Cox Lane (at Highway 70), south of Oroville. Community members can view project displays and review materials, including environmental documents. Caltrans staff members will be available to answer questions and receive comments from the public.




Caltrans proposes to widen the roadway between East Gridley Road and the Butte-Yuba County line to improve highway safety. The $50 million project calls for constructing a 14-foot two-way left turn lane, an additional 12-foot lane in both directions, 8-foot shoulders, a 20-foot area for vehicles veering off the roadway to return to the main highway and a new southbound bridge. Construction is estimated to start in spring 2021.


Caltrans District 3 is responsible for maintaining and operating 4,385 lane miles in 11 Sacramento Valley and Northern Sierra counties. For project updates, follow Caltrans District 3  on Twitter @CaltransDist3 and on Facebook at CaltransDistrict3. For real-time traffic, click on Caltrans’ QuickMap quickmap.dot.ca.gov/ or download the QuickMap app from the App Store or Google Play.

Just before 10:00 p.m. on 12/2/2019, Yuba County Deputies responded to a 911 caller reporting his
neighbor was shooting a gun; and that a bullet had struck their home in the 3000 block of Feather River
Blvd in Olivehurst. Upon arrival, Deputies discovered a single bullet had hit the victims’ residence and
traveled through a wall into the home. The home was occupied at the time, but nobody was injured in the

The neighbor that had reportedly fired the shots was identified as 63-year-old Thomas Allen Sudderth
of Olivehurst. Sudderth was determined to be a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing firearms or
ammunition. While deputies were at the scene, Sudderth exited his home next door holding a rifle.
Sudderth refused deputies commands and went back inside his residence.
Deputies established a perimeter around Sudderth’s home, and following several minutes of verbal
commands to come out, the suspect complied and exited his residence unarmed. Sudderth was found to be
intoxicated and was detained. Detectives responded and upon execution of a search warrant for the
suspect’s residence, located several guns and ammunition. Sudderth was arrested for 246PC/Shooting at an
Inhabited Dwelling, and being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition. He was booked into the
Yuba County Jail with a bail amount of $250,000.





To help senior drivers face the challenges of aging safely, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) joins the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) in recognizing December 2-6 as Older Driver Safety Awareness Week.

The AOTA hopes to promote understanding of the importance of mobility and transportation to ensure older adults remain active in the community—shopping, working, or volunteering—with the confidence that transportation will not be the barrier to strand them at home.

“The ability to drive encompasses a person’s knowledge and experience, along with visual, physical, and mental capabilities,” CHP Commissioner Warren Stanley said. “While knowledge and experience may continue to increase, older drivers must adapt to changes in their capabilities to remain safe, responsible drivers.”

California currently has more than 27 million licensed drivers and more than 4.5 million of them, 17 percent, are 65 or older. Preliminary data from the CHP’s Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System shows that in 2018, 558 drivers 65 or older were in fatal collisions, with 297 at fault. Of all California drivers killed in collisions each year, approximately 15 percent are 65 or older.
Driving is a complex activity that requires certain physical, visual, and cognitive abilities. As people age, those abilities often change in subtle ways. A driver’s chronological age is not a good predictor of driving ability. What counts on the road is performance. Having a series of minor crashes or near misses, getting lost on familiar roads, and being spoken to about driving by police, family, and friends are a few signs of diminished capacity for safe driving.

The CHP supports older drivers with its free, two-hour Age Well, Drive Smart course. Through this program, seniors can sharpen their driving skills, refresh their knowledge of the rules of the road, and learn how to adjust to normal age-related physical and mental changes. Information is available at CHP Area offices or at www.chp.ca.gov/programs-services.

The mission of the CHP is to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security.


Marysville, Ca.

The City of Marysville has announced they will celebrate the lighting of their downtown Christmas Tree on December 6th. The festivities, which begin at 5:00 in the park at 3rd and D, will kick-off the holiday shopping season for downtown merchants as well, most remaining open until 9:00pm. The downtown shopping experience will be enhanced this year with the seasonal launch of 3 “pop-up” shops in addition to the array of unique stores already located on and around D Street.

“The Christmas Tree lighting is always such a festive event. It’s a great way to get the holiday season started”, commented Mayor Ricky Samayoa. “In past years, we’ve held the Tree Lighting on the same day as the parade but this year we’re pairing it with the launch of our Pop-Up Shops on D Street.

“Downtown Marysville is filled with shops offering one-of-a-kind gift ideas”, he continued, “and our new Pop-Up Shops are bringing even more variety of handmade and unique products”.

The Pop-Up Shops are located at 323, 324 and 325 D Street. They will feature Vintage Clothing & Accessories, Woodcrafts, Artisanal Candles and Bath & Beauty Products. Customers will find them open during the 3 weekends before Christmas.

By Boots Johnson


The rains finally arrived which means muddy rivers and lots of sturgeon moving inland. With our weather source predicting more rain this week it is expected to raise local rivers and turn the water brown. Reports tell us some good areas to go after the sturgeon is Knights Landing and the Verona area. We are told to also see a few stripers caught and some will be keepers.


Local creeks, ditches and bypasses are a good bet for catfish with the Sutter Bypass leading the pack. When rivers rise so does the waterways that lead into the rivers. Any of these creeks, including ditches, will produce catfish this time of year. Keep in mind your bait does not need to stink to catch cats, but these scavengers usually prefer the smelly stuff over other baits. Years ago we shot a jack rabbit and left the carcass out in the sun for a week before using it for bait. I have caught lots of nice sized catfish with this method. In fact, just about any diehard catfish anglers have their own favorite stink bait.


Channel Catfish are an excellent table fare and are usually found in local rivers. I said usually because they are also found just about anywhere in the valley and foothill waters.


One of my favorite recipes for catfish fillets is to use mayonnaise and Ritz crackers, salt, pepper, garlic powder, dry parsley and pepper. Preparation is easy. On a sheet of wax paper place a cup of mayonnaise on one side and the dry ingredients, including the cracker crumbs, mixed thoroughly,  on the other side. Simply dredge the fillets in the mayonnaise and coat the fish with the cracker crumbs and dry ingredients. Pat the fillets to force the crumbs into the flesh. Heat a skillet to 350 degrees with oil and when hot carefully place the fish pieces in the pan. Cook on both sides and serve with lemon slices along with the rest of your meal.


Closing thought: “It is O.K. to be afraid as long as your courage outweighs your fear.”

Marysville, Ca.


youth choir



Nothing says, “Happy Holidays!” like a program filled with young people singing and dancing and acting out songs and scenes from holiday favorites. The Yuba Sutter Youth Choir and Applause Kids! invite you to a special celebration. The Youth Choir will present “Olaf of Holiday Cheer” and Applause Kids! will present “Once Upon A Time.” The two ensembles will also perform together for a grand finale.


The performances will be held on December 11 and 12 at 7pm and again on December 14 at 2pm.  Enjoy cookies and cocoa, listen to the beautiful voices, watch the Applause Kids!’ play and enjoy this unique holiday celebration! The location is the historic Burrows Theater at Yuba Sutter Arts, 630 E Street in Marysville.  General admission is $10 and $5 for those 12 and under. Pre-sale tickets are available at the Yuba Sutter Arts office or at the door while they last.   All proceeds benefit the Youth Choir, Applause Kids! and Yuba Sutter Arts’ other Arts in Education programs.


Applause Kids! theme this year is "Once Upon A Time" featuring some hit Disney songs such as Pure Imagination” from Disney's “Willy Wonka” and “Life's A Happy Song” from Disney's “A Muppet Movie!”  In this story, a group of kids are working together on their upcoming show. As they fall asleep, they wake up in a dream realm and some characters take advantage of their new world of no rules and no parents. What will they do? 


Applause Kids! is under the direction of dancer, singer and performer, Stephenie Rodwell.  Stephenie has studied and worked in New York and Los Angeles and locally at many dance studios and at The Acting Company.


“I'm so thrilled to have worked with this cast of kids! They are truly amazing and have soaked up the stage and all the tricks that come with it,” said Stephenie Rodwell, Applause Kids! General Director.  “Helping these children navigate their interests in the performing arts has been a pleasure and always rekindles my love for theater! I hope you enjoy the show,” she added.


The Youth Choir is directed by Gay Galvin, Yuba Sutter Arts’ “Musician in Residence.” Gay has been singing and playing piano since she was six years old. Trained in classical and jazz styles, she has worked in big bands, musicals, jazz trios and various classical ensembles.  She is an accomplished vocalist and has taught choir to all age levels.

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day 2019. Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day for the year 2019 is celebrated/ observed on Saturday, December 7th.


uss ArizonaEach year on Dec. 7, Pearl Harbor Survivors, veterans, and visitors from all over the world come together to honor and remember the 2,403 service members and civilians who were killed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. A further 1,178 people were injured in the attack, which permanently sank two U.S. Navy battleships (the USS Arizona and the USS Utah) and destroyed 188 aircraft.


For the first time in more than seven decades, no Arizona survivors were present at Pearl Harbor when officials commemorated the 77th anniversary of the attack. Only five Arizona survivors are still alive: Lauren Bruner, 98; Lou Conter, 97; Lonnie Cook, 98; Ken Potts, 97; and Don Stratton, 96.



On Aug. 23, 1994, the United States Congress designated Dec. 7 as National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.

toy run

Saturday, December 7th motorcyclists will be traveling through the streets of Marysville for their annual Toy Run. The ride begins at 10 am at Tracey’s Diner on J Street and travels through town to Ellis Lake. At 11 am the entourage will finish its run through Marysville ending up at the American Legion Hall at 5477 Feather River Blvd in Olivehurst.


All donations of toys, food and funds remain within the local community and are given to organizations such as American Legion Baskets, Harmony Health and the Salvation Army.


The Toy Run will be serving a full course turkey dinner at the American Legion Hall from 12pm - 2pm to anyone who attends and/or brings an unwrapped toy and a canned food item. They ask that you do not donate stuffed animals unless they are sealed.

Christmas Craft Fair


Marysville, Ca.

The Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday, December 7th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will be held at the Marysville Elks Lodge, 920 D Street in Marysville.

There will be a Hubby Day Care where you can watch sports while your spouse shops.

A large group of vendors will be present with awesome raffles from the vendors.


Olivehurst Christmas Parade


A Charlie Brown Christmas

The 51st. Annual Olivehurst Christmas Parade will take place on Saturday, December 14th. The parade will begin on Olivehust Avenue at 11:00 a.m.




Tree Lighting Christmas Stroll December 14, 2019, 5:30-7 p.m.



Christmas Craft Faire


Yuba City, Ca.

On December from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. there will be a Christmas Craft Faire, at the Grange Co-Op, 1262 Stabler Lane, Yuba City.



Women of Moose


Yuba City

7th Annual Art Show and Bizarre presented by the Women of Moose.December 7th from 9am to 3 pm. Located at 205 S. Walton, YC. Many crafters and other vendors, lunch will be available for purchase.



Hallwood Women's Club


December 7th breakfast from 9am - 11am. Bizarre opens 9 am - 5 pm. On December 8th the Bizarre is open from 8am - 5 pm. 2629 Hwy 20 Marysville. Taco soup is $3. Also baked goods and candy.

The Yuba County Commission on Aging will have its regular monthly meeting on December 11, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., at the Yuba County Government Center, 915 8th Street, Marysville, in the Marysville Room.  

The Yuba-Sutter Amateur Radio Club (YSARC) will be conducting classes for those interested in obtaining their license.  The class will teach you everything you need to know to pass the technician level exam (FCC rules, operating procedures, radio waves, amateur radio practices, electrical principles, electrical components, station equipment, modulation and demodulation, antennas and feed lines, and safety).


Classes will be held Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:30 P.M. at the American Red Cross (ARC) Center classroom 1 beginning Jan 6th and ending Feb 26th.  The ARC center is located at 2125 E. Onstott Frontage Road, Yuba City.  On Mar 7th YSARC will have an exam session where you can take the exam and get licensed.


The cost for instruction is free.  You will need a current copy of the “ARRL Ham Radio Technician Manual" fourth edition.  The manual is available in electronic format (kindle) and spiral bound book format.  You can obtain the manual yourself or the instructor can order it for you at a 20% discount from ARRL (excluding kindle).  It takes about 1 week for the books to arrive.


For more information and to sign up for the class please contact Curtis (KF6VFP) at (530) 743-3003 or email him This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Colusa High School Blood Drive

Tuesday, December 10

8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Located on the bloodmobile near the Band Room

901 Colus Avenue, Colusa

As a thank you, receive a Vitalant T-shirt.






St. Joseph Catholic Church Blood Drive

Sunday, December 1

9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Located in the Parish Hall

702 C Street, Marysville


AdventistHealth+Rideout Hospital Blood Drive

Tuesday, December 17

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Located on the bloodmobile near the Main Entrance

726 4th Street, Marysville


Sierra Central Credit Union Blood Drive

Friday, December 20

10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Located on the bloodmobile

1351 Harter Parkway, Yuba City


Wal-Mart Supercenter Blood Drive

Friday, December 27

11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Located on the bloodmobile

1131 North Beale Rd., Marysville

As a thank you, receive a Cinemark movie pass.





Butte College – Main Campus Blood Drive

Wednesday, December 4

10  a.m. – 2 p.m.
3536 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville

Located on the bloodmobile in Parking Lot 3B near the Arts Bldg

As a thank you, receive a pair of Vitalant Socks.


Oroville Community Blood Drive

Thursday, December 5

1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Oroville Sports Club

2600 Oro Dam Blvd, Oroville

To make an appointment, contact Vitalant at 530.893.5433.


Bangor Community Blood Drive

Tuesday, December 17

2:30 – 6 p.m.

Located at the Bangor Community Hall

7500 Oroville Bangor Highway, Bangor

Nevada, County, Ca.


This is a rain or shine event, all bikes welcome! Bring an unwrapped Toy or Food. Arrive at Eric Rood Center & be ready to leave by NOON, then proceed to the Nevada County Fairgrounds.


Established in 1991 by Thom Staser and others, the Nevada County Food & Toy Run has provided tens of thousands of Christmas presents and thousands of Christmas meals to needy children and families throughout Nevada County and the surrounding areas for nearly 3 decades. Each year thousands of motorcyclists joyfully make the trek from all over California, and the states of Nevada and Oregon, to take part in the much needed and well appreciated selfless giving that exemplifies the true meaning of this season. The riders act like little kids themselves as they parade through the streets of Nevada City and Grass Valley on their final stretch to the fairgrounds, but ask any one of them and the most heartwarming reward for them all is the joy to be found on those children's’ faces when they receive what they might have otherwise gone without.


If you have any questions, please contact the Toy Run at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or, 530-913-7078. Merry Christmas and Happy Yule!



Loma Rica, Ca.


On Saturday, December 7, 2019, the Loma Rica Foothill Lions Club will hold its Annual Christmas Bazaar and Craft Faire at the Community Center located at 5667 Fruitland Road, Loma Rica, CA 95901

The event will begin at 10:00 a.m. and close at 3:00 p.m.


There will be an abundance of Christmas crafts, jewelry, baked goods, candies and many other specialties available for that “special gift” for your loved ones.  There will hot dogs, sodas, and water available.     The 4-H will be selling Christmas Trees of various sizes.  This is a festive display featuring Christmas music and a cheery atmosphere inside the main hall, so weather is not a problem.  And, there is ample parking available.


Vendors may contact Ms. Anne Call at 788-3800 or Ms. Sally Carter at 743-5311, or contact the club at 742-5466 to leave a message.  Vendor booths are $15.00.


Come down and enjoy the day, browse and have complimentary coffee, tea or apple cider.  We hope to see you there!

December 6th  


Tree Lighting at the Foothill Fire House in Brownsville. The tree will be lit at 6:30 pm, but come early because there will be craft projects for the kids, cookies, cocoa, tea, coffee, cider and music. Santa will be there to greet the kids and light the tree. This is a fantastic way to start Christmas Cheer with the whole family.


December 7th and 8th


With 28 stops you are sure to have a fun day and complete your shopping list. Check out www.facebook.com/christmasinthefoothillsnorcal.com or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a copy of the map and list. The Foothills will be filled with the scents and sounds of Christmas!

By Cecilia Rice


      Another year is about to come to an end.  December always seems to be a busy month climaxing with New Year’s celebrations and facing what unfolds in the new year.  As far as gardening goes, there is not too much required except the second dormant spraying of fruit trees to protect them from curly leaf and other fungal infections.  That should be done near the end of December with a copper spray mixed with horticultural oil.  The same spray can be beneficial to other plants that are sometimes damaged by fungal infections.  Roses are candidates to prevent powdery mildew, rust and black spot. Fire Blight on apples and pears has been a more prominent problem recently and they should also be sprayed.  Pyracantha will benefit from spraying, as it is also subject to Fire Blight.


     December usually brings us some very cold weather, and it is good to be ready for it rather than being caught short and possibly losing some plants.  Be sure plants are well watered when a predicted freeze comes along.  Wet roots will withstand the freezing, and below freezing weather better than dry roots because they are insulated by a blanket of ice that keeps them at 32 degrees.   Raised beds that may be somewhat shallow could be similarly affected with the possibility of extremely low temperatures.  Just keep in mind “dry roots freeze faster than wet roots”.  Citrus trees are especially susceptible to freezing both because they are evergreen and they are out of their sub-tropical “comfort zone”.  Many of them will have fruit on them which will likely be damaged if not protected.  If the fruit is ripe it can be harvested, if it is green it will need protection.  Plastic will never protect the plant if it is simply thrown over the plant in contact with the foliage since it has no insulation properties.  It can be very effective, if it used to create dead air space around the plant.  A simple frame work around the tree, leaving several inches of free space, then cover the framework with a plastic sheet of some kind.  Some people will hang a light bulb inside to create some warmth if there is power close by.  Keep in mind that most of the newer efficient bulbs don’t offer as much heat as the old incandescent bulbs do.  For smaller susceptible plants an old blanket or beach towel – just something with some insulation quality can be used to cover the plant.  There is a relatively inexpensive manufactured product called “frost cloth” that can be used. It has the advantage of being light weight and shedding the rain rather than becoming heavy when wet like a towel.  It is often found in a light weight, or a heavier weight for better protection.


     Christmas tree lots will begin popping up everywhere, if not already. Some nurseries and garden centers will carry live Christmas trees, or other alternatives that intrigue folks.  The live Christmas trees often come as a “balled-in-burlap” item, meaning the roots have been dug from the ground with a ball of its soil around it.  It is then wrapped tightly in burlap and shipped that way, and it is left that way until it is planted.  When it is planted, it should be put in place still in the burlap and situated properly, and at that time the twine holding the burlap can be cut and any extra burlap can be trimmed off leaving any under the tree there (it will disintegrate in time) and finish planting the tree.


      Bare root season will be getting underway soon. Bare root roses arrive in mid December and bare root fruit trees arrive in late December and are ready to sell in January.  Blueberries, cane berries, pomegranates, figs arrive the last week of November. Asparagus, strawberries, rhubarb, and horse radish arrive in January. We sell them in pots. Bare root fruit tree lists are available at the nursery. You can take the list and plan what you want.


      If you purchase or are given a beautiful poinsettia plant for a seasonal decoration, please treat it well. Remove the  foil that covers the drain hole for the container and place it on a saucer with pebbles in it so that the plant doesn’t sit in water. There are many beautiful cultivars now, but I still prefer the plain red ones.  Ventura, where I grew up, was called the Poinsettia city.  The basic red poinsettias needed no special care there. My mother had them growing up the side of our driveway and all she did was cut them way back after they bloomed, they came back and bloomed at just the right time every year.  All gardening should be so easy!  We wish you all a wonderful holiday season.


Cecilia Rice is a partner at Bald Mountain Nursery on Bald Mountain Road  in Browns Valley.


     A note from Jeff Rice.      Cecilia Rice will turn 90 this December. She has decided to retire from writing this column. Therefore I will start writing the column in January. You may see some writing style changes, but I will continue with the monthly gardening column to bring you information on what is going on in your garden each month.

Tel. (530) 743-4856     www.baldmountainnursery.com  

Marysville, Ca.


MaryjamesOn December 8th at 3 pm at the First United Methodist Church, 730 D Street, Marysville Mary James will perform. She is an Inspirational Country Music Artist, Speaker and Writer and has performed throughout the United States. Today she is recognized as a 5-time Inspirational County Music Association (TM) ICMA) Female Vocalist of the Year and President of her own non-profit organization. From a childhood riddled with abandonment and years of self-destructive choices, at the age of 34, Mary’s life was radically transformed by the love of Jesus. Today she shares her story with depth, vulnerability and a refreshing dose of candor. Her music and message shouts, “He Makes All Things New!” providing encouragement and challenging audiences to consider their lives in the light of this truth. “We are all broken - but desperately loved”. With Jesus you can rise above life’s toughest challenges and live a winning story. No one is too far gone.


Mary has two grown children, Tyler and Jessica and lives in California with her husband Dan. This concert is FREE and open to anyone. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the performance.

Come one, come all and bring a friend.

Yuba City


The Yuba City Police Department is focusing on speeding drivers in Yuba City neighborhoods through the Neighborhood Speed Awareness Program. The Neighborhood Speed Awareness (NSA) Program was designed to reduce speed in residential Yuba City neighborhoods through a combination of education and enforcement. The program offers an alternative to court fines for speed violations in residential areas.

Violators cited under this program attend a class presented by the Yuba City Police Department designed to inform the driving public of the need for speed compliance.
Attendance in the class requires active participation by the students in an informative/interactive two hour session. Information is given to the students on braking distances, vehicle load dynamics, vehicle versus bicycle/pedestrian injuries and collision prevention techniques.

Upon completion of the class the Yuba City Police Department nullifies the citation. The program assures better driving habits through education and students are encouraged to talk to their friends/family about the class.

Drivers may choose to attend court or handle the citation in the traditional manner; however this program seeks to provide an economical alternative for drivers and change behavior through education.

Speed continues to be the leading primary collision factor for collisions in Yuba City. In 2016, unsafe speed accounted for approximately 28% of injury collisions. Speeding in neighborhoods is also a leading concern for residents and deters from the quality of life in our city. The Yuba City Police Department takes speed offenses seriously. In 2016, approximately 1005 drivers were cited for speeding. Sgt. Kim Slade wants drivers to know “If you’re speeding in our neighborhoods, officers will be looking to stop and cite you.”
The NSA program targets residential streets within the boundaries of the City of Yuba City with identified speeding problems and seeks to make our neighborhoods safer and increase the quality of life in our community.

For the month of December, 2019 officers will be focusing enforcement efforts on the following residential Yuba City streets:

Forbes Ave

Olive St

Plumas St

Market St

Bryn Mawr Dr

Ruth Dr
Railroad Ave

“This is our City and our neighborhoods, please slow down and be a responsible driver,” says Sgt. Slade.

For more information on the Neighborhood Speed Awareness Program, please call the Yuba City Police Department Traffic Education and Enforcement Office at 530-822-4795.