What's new at the city?
Fireworks, food trucks & festive photo ops for the 4th
For the city's third annual 4th of July fireworks show, we’re adding some fun new features to the festivities this year.

Beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 4, visit Asbery Field and Ebey Waterfront Park to buy pre-fireworks dinner and snacks. We’ll also have fun, free festive photo stations for your holiday selfies.

Asbery Field will host Big Red Truck at the corner of 7th and Alder and Delfino’s Chicago Pizza at the corner of 7th and Quinn.

At Ebey Waterfront Park, you’ll find Sugar + Spoon outside the park on 1st Street and kettle corn offered by the Irish Chefs inside the park. Be sure to stop by the Strawberry Festival Maryfest tent to support all they do for Marysville. They will be accepting donations for the school supply drive. Your donations are appreciated.  

The professional fireworks show will begin at 10 p.m. in south Marysville over the water treatment facility, the same location as last year. In addition to Asbery Field and Ebey Waterfront Park, other viewing locations are the south end of the Marysville Town Center Mall parking lot and street parking along 1st, 2nd and 3rd streets. South end residents can also watch from their local neighborhood parks.

We'll also be livestreaming the show for those who want to enjoy the fireworks display from the comfort of your own home. To watch the show in real time, join us at 10 p.m. Sunday on the City of Marysville Facebook page: @MarysvilleWashington.
Reminder: Personal fireworks illegal
Especially in these hot, dry conditions, please leave the pyrotechnics to the professionals.

Penalties for breaking the law include confiscation of fireworks and a fine of $513 or more and potential jail time depending on the violation. 
Marysville Police are conducting extra patrols through the July 4 holiday. To report illegal fireworks in your neighborhood, please call 425-407-3999. To keep emergency lines open, please do not call 911 unless there is an immediate threat to life or property.
Please help conserve water this summer
Water conservation: It starts with all of us. Conserving water is essential to ensure that we have adequate water supply today and into the future. Making small changes in our daily routines make a big difference. Here are some tips to help you use water wisely:

  • Water plants before 8 a.m. or after 7 p.m.
  • Follow the summer yard watering calendar
  • Wash your vehicles at locations that recycle the water
  • Choose the short-cycle option and air dry setting on your dishwasher
  • Reduce shower times
  • Check for and fix leaks
  • Turn off the tap while brushing your teeth or shaving

Free indoor and outdoor water conservation kits are available at City Hall, 1049 State Ave., and Public Works, 80 Columbia Ave. Please call 360-363-8100 for availability.

The city also has a Water and Sewer Conservation rebate program that can reimburse customers for conservation-related household investments. Check it out!
School supply drive gets underway July 1
With local schools planning to fully open in September for in-person learning, the annual school supply drive for students in need means more than ever. Donations collected this summer help students entering grades K-12 in the Marysville and Lakewood School Districts.

Backpacks are greatly needed this year. All basic school supplies are gratefully accepted, including paper, pens, pencils and notebooks.
If you are able to help, please drop off donations at Marysville City Hall (1049 State Ave.), Marysville Parks, Culture & Recreation Office (Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Rd.), Marysville Fire District Office (1094 Cedar Ave.) or at several local businesses with a red donation barrel. You can also donate online at www.bit.ly/msvlschoolsupplies or order needed items online directly through registries at Walmart and Amazon.

Families who need assistance with school supplies can register here. If you have questions, email jenny.roodzant@usw.salvationarmy.org or call 360-926-2228.

Volunteers are still needed to collect donations, inventory supplies and fill backpacks this summer. If you want to help, please call 360-926-2228.
Mark your calendar!
We're eager to kick off the summer season with the long-awaited return of outdoor movies, concerts and events. We hope to see you soon!
Concert: The Lonely Hearts Club
Friday, July 16 - 7 p.m.

Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Rd.
Free admission!

Seattle Beatles tribute band with early hits, deep cuts and fan favorites
Children's Concert: Eric Ode
Wednesday, July 21 - Noon

Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Rd.
Free admission!

Upbeat, high-participation program with music, stories, skits and more
Concert: Ranger and the Re-Arrangers
Friday, July 23 - 7 p.m.

Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Rd.
Free admission!

Seattle Gypsy jazz band with the spirit of a Paris cafe' and energy of a Gypsy camp
Movie: A Dog's Journey (PG)
Saturday, July 24 - 9 p.m.

Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Rd.
Free admission!

Join Bailey's adventure through many lives filled with love, friendship and devotion
Movie: Sonic the Hedgehog (PG)
Saturday, July 31 - 9 p.m.

Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Rd.
Free admission!

Speedy extraterrestrial is helped by Sheriff Wachowski as he faces evil Dr. Robotnik
Your elected officials
L-R: Councimembers Michael Stevens, Jeffrey Vaughn, Tom King; Council President Kamille Norton, Mayor Jon Nehring; Councilmembers Kelly Richards, Steve Mueller, Mark James.
Mayor Jon Nehring

Council President Kamille Norton

Councilmember Jeffrey Vaughan

Councilmember Mark James
Councilmember Tom King

Councilmember Michael Stevens

Councilmember Kelly Richards

Councilmember Steve Muller
City Hall
1049 State Avenue
Marysville, WA 98270
Phone: 360-363-8000