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Marysville University
Engage Your Community
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Marysville University is designed to engage curious citizens and students about local government and timely issues of importance to the Marysville community. Mayor Jon Nehring reinstituted the classes as a low-cost, ideal forum for citizens to learn firsthand about their government and to exchange ideas about how they can participate to make it better.

Spring Quarter 2014
Marysville University invites you to attend a free class that will:
  • Highlight important Marysville road improvement projects scheduled for this year,
  • Feature an interactive poll giving attendees a say on how they would prioritize transportation projects, and
  • Provide a glimpse at the City's recently formed Transportation Benefit District, and a related ballot measure that will go before voters on April 22 seeking a two-tenths of a percent sales-tax increase to pave the way for unmet transportation needs.

The class is schedule for:

6:30-8:30 p.m.     Wednesday, March 26
City Council Chambers, 2nd Floor in City Hall
1049 State Ave.

Featured speakers include Mayor Jon Nehring, Public Works Director Kevin Nielsen and Assistant City Engineer John Cowling.

Free refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP by Friday, March 21 to reserve your seat to Executive Assistant Leah Ingram at (360) 363-8091, or email . For more information contact Community Information Officer Doug Buell at (360) 363-8086 or email