The mission of the Butte County Resource Conservation District is to protect, enhance, and support Butte County natural resources and agriculture by working with willing land owners and citizens through education, land management, and on-the-ground pro
The City of Oroville is located in Butte County in the Sierra Nevada Foothills within the Northern Sacramento Valley. The City is considered the gateway to Lake Oroville and Feather River recreational areas. The City of Oroville has a p
It is thought the District was originally formed in 1905; however, the District's bylaws were recorced in 1908. Drainage District No. 1 (DD1) is located east and south of the City of Gridley and directly west of the Feather River.
Drainage District No. 2 was established in February of 1920. The District was originally formed to make improvements to approximately eight miles of Little Dry Creek, which flows through the District's boundaries.
The Feather River Recreation and Park District encompasses an area of 730 square miles in South-eastern Butte County, which comprises approximately 42 percent of the geographical area of the County and nearly 24 percent of the County‟s population.
Formed in 1952, the Kimshew Cemetery District is located east of Highway 32 and north of Paradise and contains the unincorporated communities of Butte Meadows, DeSabla, Inskip, Jonesville, Lovelock, Magalia, Paradise Pines and Stirling City.
Paradise Irrigation District (PID) is dedicated to the business of producing and delivering a safe, dependable supply of quality water in an efficient, cost effective manner with service that meets or exceeds the expectation of our customers.
The Paradise Recreation and Park District has been providing recreation facilities and programs since 1948 to the residents of the Town of Paradise, the Butte Creek Canyon area, and the unincorporated communities of Magalia/Paradise Pines and Concow/Ya
South Feather Water and Power Agency is an independent special district formed under the Irrigation Code of the State of California. It provides treated water service to the communities of Oroville, Palermo and Bangor in southeast Butte County, as wel
The Stirling City Cemetery is owned and operated by the Kimshew Cemetery District. The Stirling City Cemetery is approximately 3 acres in size and is located at the end of Mica Street in the unincorporated community of Stirling City, CA.
The Town of Paradise, incorporated in 1979, is nestled in the foothills of Northern California's Sierra Nevada Mountains and sits astride a ridge top with elevations ranging from 2,000 to 2,800 feet above the valley floor.
Western Canal Water District (District) was formed by a vote of landowners on December 18, 1984 as a California Water District, and currently encompasses a land area of approximately 67,500 acres, of which 58,167 acres are irrigable.