Winter Safety Tips
Free U-Fill Sandbags
The Marysville area is likely to experience a moderate to major disaster in the near future. While it is difficult to predict when disasters will happen, the consequences of disasters are predictable. Efforts to prepare yourself, your family, your workplace and your neighborhood will go a long way in improving the response and recovery of our community.
Weather forecasters are predicting La Nina conditions during winter 2011-12. A La Nina event is defined as cooler than normal sea-surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean that impact global weather patterns. A La Nina winter is characterized by severe cold and wet weather, often accompanied by heavy winds, power outages flooding and snow.
Don't wait until the forecast calls for a storm. It's better to be over-prepared than unprepared. Please use the information on this page and accompanying links to provide you with good information on winter weather preparedness.
Where can I get the latest emergency alerts and updates?
What streets do Public Works crews de-ice, sand and plow when snow and ice events occur?
City Emergency Alert Center
Winter Weather Tips
Take Winter by Storm
Snohomish County DEM
Regional Public Info. Network
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Marysville City Hall
1049 State Ave., Marysville, WA 98270
Ph: (360) 363-8000, Fx: (360) 651-5033