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Posted on: March 24, 2020

City maintains essential services during COVID-19 shutdown

#MarysvilleLovesLocal campaign helps you support local restaurants, businesses 

Following Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order last evening, the City of Marysville will continue to offer all essential city services, including public safety, clean drinking water, garbage pickup, wastewater management, road maintenance and more. City buildings are closed to the public through April 7 in accordance with the Governor’s order. 

“I am asking all residents and businesses in Marysville to please respect and comply with this order and stay at home except for essential and allowed activities,” Mayor Jon Nehring said. “By doing this, we will do our part to help stop the spread of this virus, keep people safe, and hopefully hasten a return to some level of normalcy.”

The city’s COVID-19 information page is regularly updated with new information and resources for residents and businesses. Visit

The city and the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce are also partnering to help promote local restaurants that offer takeout or delivery services. Get more details on the #MarysvilleLovesLocal campaign at or the Chamber’s “Marysville Tulalip Take-out & Delivery Options” Facebook group. 

Other Marysville essential businesses continuing to do business at this time are invited to submit their business information for inclusion on the city web page. Visit for more information. 

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