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Fellows BuildingColusa - Situated along the Sacramento River, Colusa is a quiet and serene community. The streets are lined with majestic trees. Ambience abounds in magnificent old Victorian structures in a variety of architectural styles. This city has a turn-of-the-century historian grace that is unique and alluring.

ButtesThe city of Colusa is located in Colusa County. One of the original 27 California counties created in 1850. Named after two early Mexican land grants; the word Colusa is derived from the name of an Indian tribe living on the west side of the Sacramento River. Within a close distance to the city is the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. This complex protects more than 42,000 acres of resting place for thousands of birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway. Much of the land area around the city is devoted to agriculture-the primary economic activity and major source of commerce and employment.
  Located along the Pacific Flyway this city is 120 miles north of San Francisco, and 75 miles northwest of Sacramento. The city benefits from an excellent location, with Interstate 5, the major northwest transportation quarter for the West Coast passing within nine miles of the city. Approximately 30 miles to the east, state Highway 99 offers transportation access from Red Bluff to the north, and Bakersfield. California State Highway 20 passes through the city; this Highway begins at the Pacific Ocean, and continues through the state of California to Reno, NV. - See Location Maps -
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