COVID-19 (CORONA VIRUS) INFORMATION:
Due to the Restricted Activities Directive issued in Yuba and Sutter Counties, Community Development and Services Agency will only be available for critical and certain essential business operations. Staff are monitoring both email and voicemail daily, and we will do our best to respond to inquiries within 24 hours (excluding weekends). For detailed information regarding the directive, please visit our website at www.bepreparedyuba.org. For general questions, please email us or leave a phone message at 749-5430, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. We will work with you to process new projects, but our normal processing times will be longer than normal. Thank you for your understanding.
While the Restricted Activities Directive is in effect the following will apply:CDSA staff will be monitoring email and telephone inquiries. We will do our best to respond to all inquiries within 24 hours (excluding weekends)
Limited staffing are available to respond to certain types of public health and safety hazards. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Roadway hazards (snow, damaged signs, etc.)
- Hazardous materials response
- Food borne illness
- Certain housing complaints
- Building Construction – continued inspections for existing permits; new permits are on a case-by-case basis
- Public water systems
Campground & Day Use
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Located at 5390 Hwy 20, Browns Valley, CA, 0.3 miles east of Marysville Rd.
Sycamore Ranch is located westerly of Hammon Grove Park just across Dry Creek. Sycamore Ranch encompasses 90 acres and has the same beauty and history as Hammon Grove Park. Sycamore Ranch also has campsites available for reservation as well as Day Use Gazebo Areas.
WINTER CLOSURE: The Sycamore Ranch Campground will be closed beginning on December 16. It will reopen, weather permitting, on April 1.
Day Use will still be available, except in the event of local flooding or emergency.
Hammon Grove Park
Hammon Grove Park offers a glimpse into the rich past of Yuba County’s gold mining legacy. Encompassing just over 40 acres, Hammon Grove sits where Long Bar - a town long since buried under layers of hydraulic mining debris - once flourished. The land, a remnant of Wendell P. Hammon’s vast dredging operation, is littered with tell-tale signs of the quartz mining operation of days past. From extensive water canals that traverse the property leading to the mine tailings brought forth from deep underground, the stories can all but be heard from the subtle evidence that the Yuba River once thrived with prospectors.
A one-mile trail that follows the circumference of the park affords visitors the opportunity to experience the essence of the Yuba County foothills and its natural splendor. With majestic oak trees, California sycamores and towering pines, benches and tables along the way allow visitors to stop and enjoy the surrounding beauty. Yuba River access is provided at one-half mile from the trailhead and a paved road also allows vehicle access from Highway 20 to the river. Reservations are available for group functions.
To reserve the BBQ Area please contact our main office at (530) 749-5430
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