The Alliance for Hispanic Advancement celebrates the Chinese Year of the Rabbit in the 2011 Bok Kai Parade. Photo by queerbychoice. The Latin American community in the Yuba-Sutter area is quite large, relative to the size of the general population. It is most concentrated in Robbins (where 56.3% or residents are Hispanic), followed by the adjacent Meridian/Cranmore/Kirkville area (38.2%), Live Oak (36.9%), Olivehurst (25.0%), Yuba City (24.6%), Linda (22.1%), Wheatland (21.2%), Marysville (17.5%), Sutter (12.4%), South Yuba City (11.9%), Beale Air Force Base (11.2%), Tierra Buena (10.6%), and Loma Rica (6.0%).

The most common country for Latin American immigrant families in the Yuba-Sutter area to come from is Mexico.


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Places to Eat

It is a good idea to edit the pages of these restaurants to specify whether they serve Mexican cuisine, Tex-Mex, or some type of Latin American or South American cuisine, if you have that information.

Places to Shop