Supporting Local Businesses

Marysville Loves Local. Community businesses need your support#MarysvilleLovesLocal

We recognize the significant impact COVID-19 regulations have had on Marysville residents and businesses. Does your business continue to offer products or services while maintaining social distancing guidelines and meeting the standards of Phase 2 of the Safe Start plan? Washington State has set up an online inquiry form if you are unsure if your business should be operating in Phase 2 or have questions about new health and safety requirements.

Let us know to be included here and help support our local community. Please email with your business name, address, phone number and business hours. Please add a link to your website or offerings (if available) or a brief (one sentence) description of your products or services. Are you offering curbside pickup, online orders or delivery? Please include that information as well.

  1. Restaurants
  2. Groceries
  3. Services
  4. Shopping

Purple pins are take-out only, while green pins offer take-out and delivery.

Many of our local restaurants are now offering dine in service now that we have entered Phase 2 of the Safe Start plan. In Phase 2, restaurants are allowed to operate for dine in service at 50% capacity, with no more than 5 people per table.

On Facebook, you’re invited to join the "Marysville Tulalip Take-out & Delivery Options" Facebook group managed by the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce. We’re working in partnership with the Chamber in support of local businesses.

Physical Distancing While Out

As we move through the different phases of the Safe Start plan, the hours and protocols of each business may change. You may want to call ahead or check online before heading to the store. While out, it is the responsibility of each person to maintain physical distancing.

  • If you aren’t feeling well, stay home.
  • Wear a cloth face covering.
  • If you cough or sneeze, be sure to cover your mouth.
  • Many stores offer home delivery or curbside pickup. Try one of these options to limit the need to enter the stores.
  • Maintain a minimum of six (6) feet of distance between you and other people while out, whether inside or outside.
  • Shop patiently. If an employee or another shopper is in a aisle or where you want to be, please be patient and wait until they have moved onto another area.
  • Limit and consolidate your shopping trips. Plan out your lists and trips in advance to limit time spent in the store.
  • Shop alone if possible. Do not bring others from your household with you.
  • Wash your hands BEFORE and AFTER shopping.