Marysville's Community Service Unit is a specialty unit made up of a reserve commissioned police officer who enforces all state and Marysville Municipal Code laws related to animals, junk vehicles and parking. Call 911 to report an animal, parking or junk vehicle complaint.
Call 911 to report an abandoned vehicle on public right of way OR a junk
vehicle on your private property. For junk vehicles, you'll need a junk
vehicle form, which you can get by calling the Department of Licensing
at 360-902-3770 or downloading and completing a Junk Vehicle Affidavit.
To qualify as a junk vehicle, the vehicle must meet three of the following conditions:
Must be at least three years old
Must be extensively damaged
Must be apparently inoperable
Must have a fair market value equal only to the approximate value of the scrap of the vehicle
The Marysville Community Service Officer responds to a large number of animal cruelty complaints each year. Many of these investigations result in the arrest of a suspect and rescue of a victim animal. If you believe animal cruelty is occurring, call 911 immediately to report it.
Common animal-related complaints
Dogs locked in cars during hot weather
Barking dogs/noisy animals
Wild animal sightings
About the Community Service Officer
The Community Service Officer is assigned to the Marysville Police Community Service Unit and helps the department's police officers, detectives and specialty units as needed at crime scenes, traffic collisions and other special operations.