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Posted on: March 24, 2022

What’s your vision for Marysville’s future?

City opens public survey to help inform 2024 Comp Plan update

 

Marysville's Comprehensive Plan is a 20-year document that helps guide the city's future growth and development. The next major update is due in 2024. We are starting to gather public priorities with this short public survey. The six-question survey takes about four minutes to complete. 

The city especially wants to hear from people who live or work within Marysville city limits. People who live or work nearby, who visit often or have other interests are also invited to participate. Public feedback will help update city goals and policies and refine land use alternatives. 

Take the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LTHCLP8. 

Survey results will help inform the city’s 2024 update of its 20-year Comprehensive Plan. The last major update occurred in 2015. This survey is the first of several opportunities for public comments planned leading up to the City Council adoption of an updated Comprehensive Plan no later than June 2024.  

For more information about the city’s Comprehensive Plan, project timeline and schedule, visit https://www.marysvillewa.gov/1211/2024-Comprehensive-Plan-Update. 


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