Parks & Facilities Superintendent
Office Tel: (530) 749-3902
The Community Development and Services Department is concerned with programs for community planning, zoning and building safety, and the enforcement of building codes and neighborhood health and safety standards. The department consolidates municipal functions dealing with the maintenance, operation and repair of city streets, traffic signs and signals, street lights, side- walks, sewers, storm drains, parks and municipal buildings. This is also the place to go for renting city facilities for special events. Our mission statement says it all: "To Plan, Build and Care for the City."
- Design Review Area Map
- Design Review Checklist
- Design Review Manual
- Design Review Procedures
- Environmental Review & Procedures
- General Plan
- Housing Element
- Marysville Downtown Parking Plan
- Paint Color Policy (Historic Overlay District)
- Parking Regulations
- Pedestrian Safety & Mobility Study
- Planning Fees
- Trash Enclosure Standards
Forms & Instructions
- Architectural Review (Minor)
- Architectural Review (Major)
- Building Permit Application
- Encroachment Permit
- General Plan Amendment Application
- Home Occupation Use Permit
- Lot Line Adjustment Permit
- Parcel Map Application & Instructions
- Planned Unit Development (Small) Application
- Planned Unit Development (Large) Application
- Sidewalk Dining Application
- Sign Application
- Subdivision Map Application
- Use Permit Application
- Variance Application
The department is responsible for 60 miles of street maintenance and minor repairs, including repairing or replacing damaged or lost street signs, damaged or non-functioning traffic signals and street lights.
Major Street Repaving Planned for 2017-18
City staff has developed a plan of action for repaving as much as 50 city blocks of streets. City Council is expected to approve financing for the plan later this Fall. Depending on winter weather, that work is expected to get underway before the end of calendar year 2017. Known as the 2017 Infrastructure Renewal Plan, it calls for an updated pavement study to be completed first, after which the worst 5% of 60 miles of City streets will be targeted for repaving.
State highways 20 and 70 are located on portions of 9th, 10th, 12th, B and E Streets. Maintenance of those highways and traffic signals is the responsibility of California Department of Transportation (CalTrans).
The department is responsible for insuring that sidewalks throughout the City are maintained and repaired, including maintenance and replacement of street trees.
Sewer & Stormwater Management
The department operates the sanitary sewer collection and treatment within the city. Beginning in 2015, wastewater treatment for the city will take place at a new regional treatment plant south of Marysville operated by Linda County Water District.
Large parks designed for organized activities, sports or large group functions
Small landscaped parcels that serve as green spaces
Code Enforcement is responsible for preserving the quality and value of public and private property and maintaining a high standard of living by eliminating conditions that threaten the life, health, safety, and general welfare of the public. Code Enforcement responds to and investigates reported or observed violations of the Marysville Municipal Code involving any of the following:
- Overgrown vegetation
- Accumulation of debris, brush, trash, junk, recyclables, lumber, furniture, tools
- Discarded appliances
- Abandoned or broken equipment
- Autos, campers, trailers used for human habitation
- Violations of City zoning code
- Non-compliant signage
- Housing and building code violations
- Illegal construction or occupancy
- Construction and related installations without a building permit
- Dangerous and unsafe buildings
- Occupancy of substandard structures
- Hazardous or unsanitary environmental conditions
If you wish to report a possible violation, be prepared to give a clear description of the problem, referring to one of the conditions listed above, along with the specific street address of the location involved. You may remain anonymous, but we will not be able to contact you for further information, should that be needed.
Please note: Code Enforcement is not authorized to respond to immediate life-safety situations or threats. Call 911 for emergencies. Code Enforcement also does not respond to private civil or personal issues, or violations of covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&s) of homeowner or neighborhood associations.