In the future, downtown Marysville could include more mixed-use commercial and housing options to take advantage of transportation and transit investments and build on the city’s efforts to revitalize the downtown and Ebey waterfront areas. Read on...
For the 13th consecutive year, Government Finance Officers Association of the United States & Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the City of Marysville for its comprehensive financial report. Read on...
The Marysville Police Department, in partnership with the Arlington and Lake Stevens Police Departments, is adding new specialized mental health resources to its policing toolkit. The City Council approved this pilot program at its Feb. 8 meeting. Read on...
Are you a City of Marysville utilities customer facing financial difficulty related to COVID-19? We invite you to apply for a utility assistance grant for a one-time bill credit of $200 (or $100 for those who already have a discounted utility rate). Read on...