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Drinking water update
The southern half of Marysville is served by water purchased from the City of Everett. Many of you may have noticed an odd taste and odor in this water. This is due to algae that occurs naturally in the reservoir. The algae is beginning to die off, but Everett expects this issue to last for another couple of weeks. This is the June 29 update from the City of Everett:

"Water systems should expect that the intensity of the taste and odor may continue for the next couple of weeks and that the arrival of water with taste and/or odor issues will vary considerably due to the highly variable water age and flow conditions found in the various distribution storage and piping systems. Depending upon location, water may take anywhere from a few hours to as much as 10 days to arrive from the treatment plant. This means some locations will take another two weeks for the poor tasting water to pass."

Paying your utility bill
Full payment must be received in our office no later than 5 p.m. on the due date shown on your bill. Checks or money orders should be made payable to "City of Marysville." Do not send cash.
  • Pay online by credit card.
  • Pay in person at City Hall, 1049 State Ave., or place your payment in the brown drop box in the City Hall parking lot.
  • Pay-by-phone at 360-363-8777.
  • Pay with a hassle-free automatic bank draft that will withdraw payment directly from your bank account.

Discount and rebate programs
The city offers rate discounts on city utilities and a rebate on some utility taxes other than city utilities to eligible low-income senior and disabled citizens. Apply now for the Utility Rate Discount or Utility Tax Rebate

Landlord/Tenant Statement for utility accounts
Landlords are required to complete a Landlord/Tenant Statement for Utility Accounts form that authorizes the city to bill the tenant for utility services.

Webcheck Utility Lien Service
Washington state law requires title and escrow companies to contact cities and other local governments about utility liens when a property is sold. As a utility service provider, the City of Marysville contracts with the Webcheck Canopy, Inc. service: http://Web-check.net.