Marysville residents and business people are invited to come have coffee with Mayor Jon Nehring to talk informally about city programs and services. Stop by Monday, Feb. 4, between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. at Marysville City Hall, 1049 State Ave. Read on...
A pair of ham radio enthusiasts who volunteer 25-35 hours per month for the city's Emergency Management program were named Volunteers of the Month by Mayor Jon Nehring. Kyle Burgess and Matt Benjamin were honored at Monday's City Council meeting. Read on...
The committee that has spent the year studying the formation of a Regional Fire Authority (RFA) between Snohomish County Fire District 12 and the City of Marysville concluded an RFA would best serve residents and taxpayers in the greater Marysville area. Read on...
Moving forward on major transportation infrastructure projects and continuing to beef up the city's police force are the highlights of Marysville's next two-year budget approved by the Marysville City Council Monday night. Read on...
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Marysville voters approve funding for new Public Safety Building
In the August 2018 primary election, voters in Marysville approved a sales tax increase of .1% (one-tenth of one percent, or 10 cents on a $100 purchase, effective Jan. 1, 2019) to construct a new Public Safety Building for Police, Jail and Municipal Court. Planning is now underway.