Bridge Street is a major street in Yuba City that runs between the 5th Street Bridge and North Harding Road. At the 5th Street Bridge, it becomes 5th Street, Marysville.

From west to east, significant places on Bridge Street include Veterans Memorial Park, Cookie Tree, Carniceria y Panaderia Lupita's, Padre's Pub and Grill, Bridge Street Elementary School, El Marino Mexican Restaurant, Moore Park, Lloyd Park, Irene Sarabia's Store, Marcello's Italian Restaurant and Lounge, Bombay Video, Big John's Bar and Grill, and Taste of India.

In 1891, botanist Willis Linn Jepson collected samples of smallhead field clovers,1 fleshy lupines,2 and vernal pool popcornflowers3 in the area now bounded by Forbes Avenue and Bridge Street to the north and south and by Plumas Street and Clark Avenue to the east and west, creating a valuable historic record of the native plants that grew in the area. These plants are rarely seen in Yuba City today.


1. Consortium of California Herbaria
2. Consortium of California Herbaria
3. Consortium of California Herbaria