New Resident Information 2018-03-24T21:45:43+00:00

New Resident Information


  • Call 9-1-1 for any emergencies.
  • Sutter Amador Hospital – Directions
    Sutter Amador Hospital is located in Jackson.
    Address: 200 Mission Blvd, Jackson, CA 95642
    Phone:(209) 223-7500


  • Sutter Creek Post Office
    3 Gopher Flat Rd
    Sutter Creek, CA 95685

Contact Numbers:
Phone: 209-267-0128
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Retail Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm


  • Sutter Creek is part of the Amador County Unified School District:
    Amador County Unified School District
  • Colleges/universities nearest to Sutter Creek:
    • Folsom Lake College (about 26 miles; Folsom, CA)
    • Cosumnes River College (about 34 miles; Sacramento, CA)
    • American River College (about 35 miles; Sacramento, CA)
    • California State University-Sacramento (about 36 miles; Sacramento, CA)
    • Sierra College (about 36 miles; Rocklin, CA)
    • Sacramento City College (about 39 miles; Sacramento, CA)
    • San Joaquin Delta College (about 40 miles; Stockton, CA)


  • Dial-A-Ride
  • Amador County Transportation Commission: ACTC


  • Gas & Electric Services
    Phone: 1-800-743-5000
  • Water Service
    Amador Water Agency
    Phone: 209-223-3018
    12800 Ridge Road Sutter Creek, Ca 95685

Sewer Services

  • City of Sutter Creek
    Phone: 209-267-5647
    18 Main St. Sutter Creek, Ca 95685

Solid Waste Collection & Recycling

  • Aces Waste, Inc.
    Phone: 209-274-2455
    6500 Buena Vista Road Ione, Ca 95640

Sutter Creek is a General Law City, which means it is organized in accordance with provisions of the State Government Code.

City of Sutter Creek Vision Statement

We the citizens of Sutter Creek envision the future of our community as preserving our sense of the past and maintaining the historic integrity of our buildings, artifacts, landscape,greenbelt and natural environment with a strong sense of community and quality of life; and that our managed growth will honor the above, will be patterned after historic walkable neighborhoods and will include the educational needs of our community within these neighborhoods, clear edges between cities, thriving local businesses, parks, playgrounds and walking paths throughout the community, will generate revenues to meet community needs and will provide an inspiration planning model for other communities in the region.