Mayor Jon Nehring invites you to join him in person or online for his State of the City presentation on Wednesday, Feb. 1. He'll describe the city's recent accomplishments and challenges, and outline what's ahead in 2023 and beyond. The program is followed by a question and answer session. Doors open at 6 p.m.; program starts at 6:30
The recorded presentation will be available later in February on the city website, www.marysvillewa.gov, and on Marysville public access TV channels, Comcast channel 21 and Ziply channel 25.
Welcome to the Year of the Rabbit. Vendor booths line the streets, dance performances and music throughout the main stage at Hing Hay Park, families walk along S. King St., you can truly feel the atmosphere of this cultural intersection. We look forward to celebrating with you soon!
You are invited to get a first look of the reimagined Arlington Library on Wednesday, February 15 at 6 PM. This is an opportunity for members of the community to see the proposed schematic design and share feedback.
Sno-Isle Libraries and MSR Design architect team will unveil the design concepts created through community ideas and feedback. The remodel will focus on improved accessibility and sustainability, as well as general upgrades. Our goal is to reimagine the library to ensure the space meets the community’s needs for years to come.
Runs through February 20. Spend time in your favorite places watching birds–then tell us about them! In as little as 15 minutes notice the birds around you. Identify them, count them, and submit them to help scientists better understand and protect birds around the world. Join us Feb 17-20 when the world comes together for the love of birds.