Yuba City California
About Yuba City
Yuba City is located in Sutter County in northern California. The city was named after the Spanish word “uva” meaning grapes, because when the 19th century Spanish and Mexican expeditions were taking place there were wild grapes seen growing by the river.
According to the 2000 Census there were 36,758 people, 13,290 households, and 8,944 families living in the city. Yuba City had a population density of 3,924 people per square mile. The median family income was $39,381 and $ 32,858 for a household. The income per capita was $15,928.
Yuba City is racially made up of 67% White, 2.8% African American, 1.7% Native American, 6.4% Asian, and 12.5% Hispanic residents. Out of the 13,290 households 36.7% had children under the age of 18 years of age living at home and 47.6% were married couples living together. The city’s population has nearly doubled since the 2000 Census and as of the 2010 Census has 64,925 people residing in the city.
Yuba City has annual events for its sizeable Sikh community. The city is home to several parks including Sam Brannan Park, Gauche Aquatic Park, Bogue Park, and Happy Park that can all be found in the Yuba City Yellow Pages or in the Yuba City Business Directory.
Yuba City has a climate that provides the city with wet, mild winters and dry, hot summers. In the summer Yuba City is typically in the 90s during the day and at night it drops into the 60s. in the winter the city is normally in the 50s during the day and then the temperature drops into the high 30s at night. The hottest month of the year in Yuba City is July; however the city’s highest recorded temperature of 113 degrees was recorded in June and September. The coldest month of the year in Yuba City is December and it holds the lowest recorded temperature of 18 degrees.
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