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Explore more about the City of Wheatland through
Civic Leadership, Service Clubs and more!


Wheatland, with a population of approximately 3400 people, is one of only two incorporated cities in Yuba County. It is nestled at the northeastern edge of California’s vast Sacramento Valley. Located 34 miles north of Sacramento, 107 miles north of San Francisco and 417 miles north of Los Angeles. Visit the website HERE

In 1973, Bill and Sandy Bishop planted the first pumpkins and invited local schools to come visit the farm. Since then, the Bishops have added delicious homemade foods, authentic farm fun, and the largest U-Pick pumpkin field in the world. Visit the website HERE

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A group who discovered and is still discovering the savory and rich history of Wheatland and the area.

Learn more about The Wheatland Historical Society HERE

Lions Club International, the Global Leaders in Service, outpost here in Wheatland, California. Key projects are ensuring eyesight by maintaining eye health and diabetes prevention. We Serve our community. LEARN MORE Wheatland Lions Club meet every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Senior Center, 705 3rd Street, Wheatland, CA 95692

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Soroptimist International of South Yuba also known as SISY. We are a sisterhood of women that have chosen to invest in the dreams of girls and women! Interested in becoming a member or looking for information?

Contact us HERE

The American Legion Bear River Post 789  meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m., Pioneer Hall, 315 B Street, Wheatland, CA 95692. More info HERE

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