Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center

About the Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center

The Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center (AMMIC) is a hub of industrial activity that is the second-largest Manufacturing/Industrial Center in Snohomish County.

The AMMIC includes a total land area within the MIC boundaries of 4,019 acres, of which 57% is in Arlington and 43% lies in Marysville. Nearly 1,762 acres, or about 44%, of the AMMIC land area consists of lands with the capacity for additional development, including partially-used sites, redevelopable sites and vacant sites. ​

​The AMMIC is located within regional economic centers, and is close to Paine Field and I-5. State Routes 99, 531, and 530 connect the AMMIC directly to I-5. Given the nearby manufacturing hub centered on Boeing at Paine Field, plus the presence of relatively affordable housing, a large manufacturing workforce resides within easy access of the AMMIC. ​​

The AMMIC’s mix of large amounts of developable property and its proximity to transportation assets like the Arlington and Paine Field airports and the BNSF main line and spur, make it an attractive site for industrial activities.​​​​

Market Study

- The cities of Arlington and Marysville jointly funded a Market Study for the Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center which was completed in August 2016.​

Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center Subarea Plan
The Manufacturing Resources Roadmap can help you identify the needs for your project, assess site feasibility, determine permit requirements and estimate costs and timelines. 

Industrial and Manufacturing Property Tax Exemption

​The State of Washington passed SB 5761 to exempt property taxes for the value of new construction of industrial/manufacturing facilities for 10 years. The City of Marysville adopted Ordinance 3020 to allow this financial incentive to be used in the Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center.
​The law is limited to use by the cities of Marysville, Arlington, and Lake Stevens as a demonstration on how the State of Washington can encourage manufacturing and industrial uses. The City of Marysville and Snohomish County have approved this property tax exemption for use in Marysville.

The law requires the following: Creation of a minimum of 25 new full time jobs, paying at least $18.00 an hour. The building improvements must be 10,000 square feet or larger and a minimum improvement value of $800,000.00. The use must be one which is a SIC Division D Manufacturing as defined by the US Department of Labor.
Application for Property Tax Exemption​
RCW 84.25​ Targeted Urban Areas—Exemption

Map of area where the property exemption is available in Marysville.​

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​Initial contact for this property tax exemption is Gloria Hirashima, Chief Administrative Officer. Email: Phone: 360-363-8000.

Opportunity Zone - An Investment Opportunity

The City of Marysville Census Tract 528.03 has been selected as an area which is eligible for investment using the Opportunity Zone tax incentive program.  Map of the area for opportunity fund investment is below.  Additional information regarding the incentive program is below.
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