Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order is now extended through May 4. Physical distancing appears to be working but the governor said we have yet to see the full weight of this pandemic in our state. The percentage of tests that are positive is still going up. Continued vigilance from all of us is essential to get us through this crisis.
“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 of Marysville continues 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 and public events are canceled through May 4 in alignment with the Governor’s order.
City Council meetings are moving to a virtual model starting this month. You will be able to listen to Council meetings online. Visit www.marysvillewa.gov/265/City-Council for more information. The city has canceled non-essential meetings.
We are updating the city’s COVID-19 information page daily with new information and resources for residents and businesses. Visit www.marysvillewa.gov/COVID. You can also follow the City of Marysville on Facebook, Twitter and Nextdoor for additional updates.