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If you plan to keep more than 4 dogs and cats in your home, you may be eligible for a Special Hobby Kennel License. Special requirements may apply to kennels and cateries, with a license issued only after the Community Service Officer is satisfied that the requirements in the applicable sections of MMC Chapter 10.04 have been met.
Licenses are $10 for those whose animals are implanted with a microchip that can help identity the pet.
Cost for an annual license is $25 for animals that are not fixed or implanted with a microchip ($15 for residents 60 and older).
The metal tag replacement fee if you lose the city-issued tag is $5.
To obtain a pet licence, download the Animal License Application, call or visit City Hall at (360) 363-8000 at 1049 State Ave., or call Program Specialist Carol Mulligan at (360) 363-8202 for more information.
If you want to report the problem, you can contact their North Puget Sound Regional Office in Mill Creek at (425) 775-1311, (425) 338-1066, or e-mail TeamMillCreek@dfw.wa.gov.
You may also write to us at 1049 State Ave., Marysville, WA 98270. Do not include any correspondence with your payments as we might not receive your letter in a timely manner.
Remember: Call before you dig at 1-800-553-4344, free of charge.
Do not attach signs to trees, utility poles, street lights or traffic signs. Signs may be displayed no more than three days prior to the sale. Signs must be removed within 24 hours after the sale.
• Junk, trash, litter, boxes, discarded lumber or salvage materials - MMC 6.24.050 (6)• Attractive nuisances dangerous to children - MMC 6.24.050(7)• Broken/discarded furniture, household equipment, appliances or furnishings - MMC 6.24.050 (8)• Dead, decayed, diseased or otherwise hazardous trees or vegetation - MMC 6.24.050 (9)• Articles of personal property, wrecked vehicles, parts that are discarded or vehicles left in a state of partial construction or repair - MMC 6.24.050 (11)• Vegetation exceeding 12 inches in height, such as non-maintained yards - MMC 6.24.050 (12)
Emergency and Public Works officials advise that if weather conditions are adverse enough to the extent that you do not need to be out driving on local roads, it is best to stay off them.
If you would like to check the recycle schedule for bi-weekly collection, please check this website for the collection routes and collection calendar in the City of Marysville. Contact Public Works at 360-363-8100 with questions, or Waste Management Northwest directly at 1-800-722-5894 to obtain a recycling calendar.
You cannot serve on a jury if you have been convicted of a felony and your civil rights have not been restored.
Small claims matters are filed in county District Court. Snohomish County Superior Court Clerk's Office
Full payment must be made to collect your stray pet. Payments should be made to Marysville City Hall, 1049 State Ave, Marysville, WA 98270.
Under state law, possession or discharge of illegal fireworks is a misdemeanor offense punishable by a fine of up to $1,000, up to a year in jail and a mandatory court appearance. Police also have the discretion to issue:* A civil infraction (fine) in an amount up to $500 may be issued by police instead of a criminal citation.* The criminal misdemeanor fine consistent with the standard state penalty of an amount not to exceed $1,000 and/or 90 days in jail.* Gross misdemeanor offenses carry a fine of up to $5,000 and/or a year in jail.* A person with 3 or more civil infractions within a two-year time period to be cited for a misdemeanor.
City and Fire District officials encourage that if fireworks are part of your holiday plans, use them safely, and after you "light it up, clean it up."
Forms are available online at the Forms page and in the lobby of the Police Department at the Public Safety Building, 1635 Grove St. Form
The non-emergency number for the Police Department is (360) 363-8300.
Police reports may be filed over the phone at (360) 363-8300 or in person at the Police Department front desk at the Public Safety Building, 1635 Grove St.
To file a complaint, please fill out a Code Violation Complaint Form and bring or mail it to the Public Works/Community Development Building, 80 Columbia Ave., Marysville WA 98270.
If you require further assistance, the Code Enforcement Officer can be reached at (360) 363-8208 or email Paul Rochon at email@example.com. When leaving a message with the Code Enforcement Officer or other city staff, please provide your name, address and phone number, as well as the address/location and nature of the complaint.
The most common complaints:* Junk vehicles* Illegal dumping* Wetland infractions* Signs too high or illegally placed* Right-of-way encroachment* Garbage and other junk in vacant lots or publicly visible
* The nearest address where the streetlight pole is located; or* The streetlight pole number, which is located on a metal plate that faces the street approximately 6 feet up on the pole.
Streetlights are maintained by Snohomish County PUD, and are usually fixed within two or three weeks of the problem being reported, depending upon crew availability in the area. We appreciate your help in finding lights that are out or are malfunctioning.
For street maintenance purposes, Marysville is divided into six zones. Each zone is swept a staggered three months out of the year, with major roadways swept more frequently. To find when the sweeper will be in your neighborhood, identify your street and location on the online map and the corresponding color in the index.
To help us be of best service, here are some friendly reminders: remove any vehicles or trailers parked on the street, garbage cans or other obstructions, and trim low-hanging tree branches. Leaves should not be raked out into the street or gutter line; they can clog storm drains or cause the sweeper to clog or break down, disrupting the sweeping schedule. View Street Sweeping Routes Map
Streetlights are maintained by Snohomish County PUD, and are usually fixed within two or three weeks of the problem being reported, depending upon crew availability in the area. We appreciate your help in finding lights that are out or are malfunctioning. Report Streetlight Out Form