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Posted on: June 20, 2019

Cascade Industrial Center poised to attract new businesses

The cities of Marysville and Arlington announced a new name for their joint manufacturing industrial center today. The Cascade Industrial Center, formerly known as the Arlington-Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center, offers more than 1,700 acres of developable manufacturing and industrial property, a valuable asset in the growing Puget Sound region. 

“Our work toward making this vision become reality will bring family-wage jobs to our community,” Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring said. “Businesses will find affordability and an enviable quality of life for their employees. Residents will gain the opportunity to trade their commutes for working closer to home. It’s a win-win.”

Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert added, “The cities have been working together for years to plan and make infrastructure investments to support manufacturing and industrial business uses in this 4,000-acre center in north Marysville and south Arlington. Our goal to benefit our residents with access to good employment opportunities close to home is now well on the way to being achieved.”

The Puget Sound Regional Council Executive Board is scheduled to vote on Thursday, June 27, to approve the official designation of the Cascade Industrial Center as a regional Manufacturing/Industrial Center. 

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