Our town, Your town
From its roots as one of California's historic Gold Rush cities, to its rebirth as a vibrant center of distinctive shopping, dining and entertainment, Marysville is what Main Street was meant to be. Stroll along tree-lined Historic D Street with its cafes, galleries, boutiques and specialty stores to delight any visitor. Or come for one of many festivals or open air markets and be serenaded by an eclectic mix of talented musicians. We're an easy day trip from the hum-drum of big city life and crowded big box stores.
Come to our town. Come for the experience of it. Stay for the joy of it.
Parks & Open Space Master Plan
The City of Marysville is known for its abundant parks and open space areas. Over the past several months the City has been developing a Parks and Open Space Master Plan to highlight these city facilities with the goal to provide a set of objectives that would set a path forward on how the City can fund and modernize these community assets. Join staff at the April 2, 2019, City Council meeting at 5:30 pm to discuss and provide additional input before the adoption of the plan.
Community Videos Coming Soon!
Dear Valued Marysville Business Owner:
The City of Marysville is excited to announce our new partnership with CGI Communications, Inc. CGI will be creating a new series of professionally-produced videos to highlight everything our City has to offer residents, business and property owners, and visitors...
Commercial Cannabis Business Application
In addition, the City has also updated its Commercial Cannabis Business Application for those applicants interested in non-dispensary activities such as indoor Cannabis grow, manufacturing and testing. As of June 20, 2018, these applications will also be available in the Community Development and Services Department.
The City has implemented a Pavement Management Program (PMP)
On April 17, 2018, the City Council directed staff to pursue a maintenance approach that prioritizes the maintenance of streets in better condition over reconstruction of the failing streets with preventative measures such as slurry and crack sealing. The table represents Fiscal Year 2018-2019 street segments, that would be first priority entering into Fiscal Year 2018/19.
Planned 2018-19 ‐ Maintenance / Repairs Projects 1. H Street ‐ 3rd Street to 14th Street 2. F Street ‐ 3rd Street to 10th Street 3. First Street ‐ F Street to B Street 4. Yuba Street ‐ 6th Street to 10th Street 5. D Street ‐ 1st Street to 3rd Street 6. B Street ‐ 1st Street to 3rd Street 7. Ramirez Street ‐ 12th Street to 24th Street 8. East 17th Street - Chestnut Street to Huston Street
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- Activity Guide
- Adopted City Budgets
- Annual Audited Financial Statements
- City Manager's Mid-Year Reports
- Capital Investment Plans (CIP)
- Meeting Agenda & Minutes
- Fee Schedule
- General Plan
- 2017 Infrastructure Renewal Initiative
- Marysville "Bounce Back" Initiative (Part 1)
- Marysville "Bounce Back" Initiative (Part 2)
- "Bounce Back" First-Year Action Plan
- City Hall Online