The City Clerk maintains the public’s records, administers the records retention program, posts the City Council agenda, prepares the minutes of City Council meetings, distributes the City Council meeting packets, updates and maintains the Marysville Municipal Code and the Administrative Code and all the supporting City ordinances and Council resolutions, and coordinates Marysville municipal elections. Contact the City Clerk’s office to request a copy of a public record, to volunteer for a City Committee, or to inquire about the procedure for being elected to the City Council.
The next regularly-scheduled municipal election will be held on November 6, 2018. At that election, two seats on the Marysville City Council will be up for election. The regular nomination period for the Marysville City Council will open on Monday, July 16, 2018, and will continue until Friday, August 10, 2018. If an incumbent does not file nomination papers during the regular nomination period, the nomination period will be extended until Wednesday, August 15, 2018, for candidates other than the incumbent City Councilmember(s). Please note that papers to run for Council cannot be taken out until the nomination period is open. For more information about running for City Council, contact Marysville City Clerk Billie Fangman. Results of previous elections can be found on the Yuba County Elections website.
Marysville Municipal Code
The Municipal Code is the compilation of laws passed by City Council, governing allowable activities within the city limits of Marysville. Violations of the Municipal Code carry fines and/or imprisonment. The Municipal Code also contains the city Charter passed by voters of Marysville.
Marysville Administrative Code
The Administrative Code is the compilation of policies and procedures governing how city officials and employees are expected to conduct the business of the City. Violations of the Administrative Code do not carry fines or imprisonment, but may result in disciplinary action and other sanctions.
The City of Marysville has a Public Records Request policy. It states that all requests for information must be sent by mail through the United States Postal Service, by courier, or presented in person to the City Clerk's office. Oral requests may also be made in person at the City Clerk's office. Any requests sent by electronic means, including e-mail, fax or texting, will not be considered valid requests. If a Public Records Request is received by electronic means, City staff will notify the sender of the policy and ask that a valid request be sent following one of the accepted means.
All mailed requests must be addressed to: Marysville City Hall, attn: City Clerk, P.O. Box 150, Marysville, California 95901. For requests presented in person, the physical address is 526 C Street, Marysville, California. The City Clerk's office is located on the first floor of City Hall, on the left when entering the lobby through the main entrance on C Street.