Safe Start Reopening
Snohomish County was granted approval on Friday, June 5th to move into Phase 2 of the Safe Start Reopening Plan. The Safe Start Reopening web page has resources and additional information to assist businesses in preparing to open.
About COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
The Snohomish Health District is the primary source for health updates and information regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our area. COVID-19 is an active situation that is changing frequently. The City of Marysville is actively monitoring this situation for updates and information that impact our community.
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses you are likely already familiar with, including the common cold and more severe diseases like Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). Novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, is a new strain that was not previously found in humans. Experts are still learning about the range of illness from COVID-19. Reported cases have ranged from mild illness (similar to a common cold) to severe pneumonia that requires hospitalization. So far, deaths have been reported mainly in adults 65 years or older who had other health conditions.
- For health information relating to COVID-19, please visit the Snohomish Health District. The Health District is the primary resource for prevention guidelines, case count information and resources.
- If you are ill and have symptoms, call your healthcare provider BEFORE going into the clinic, a hospital or other healthcare facility. If you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms, call 911.
- Visit the Washington State Department of Health website for state-wide information relating to Coronavirus.
- Visit the Center for Disease Control for national information and resources.
- The Center for Disease Control recommends covering your mouth and nose with a cloth face cover when around others while maintaining at least 6 feet of space. For more information on cloth face coverings, visit the CDC Cloth Face Covers webpage.
- If you have general questions regarding COVID-19, Washington State has setup a Coronavirus Call Center. Please dial 800-525-0127.
How can we prevent the spread of viruses?
The usual precautions for viruses apply for preventing spread of infection. They include:
- Wash your hands frequently using soap and water for at least 20 seconds; and clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue.
- Coronavirus is most contagious while an individual is exhibiting symptoms. It is crucial that employees be sent home or refrain from coming into work if they have any symptoms of the virus.
- Update your home emergency kit with food, prescription medicines and other supplies for up to two weeks. Find tips and ideas here: City of Marysville Emergency Management - Preparedness.
City of Marysville Grant Programs
- City of Marysville Rent and Mortgage Assistance grant: The City of Marysville's Rent and Mortgage Assistance grant program is designed to help those that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. Grants are being offered for up to $1,500 for those that qualify. Funds are paid directly to landlords and mortgage companies.
- City of Marysville CARES Business Relief Grant: Awards of up to $10,000 for rent and operations relief for small businesses with 1-49 employees. First eligible, first served until $300,000 has been awarded.
- Grants of up to $200 are available to those who qualify.
Community Support and Resources
- We have many great community organizations that offer services to those in need, and opportunities for those who want to help by volunteering their time or resources.
Business and Employee Support and Resources
- City of Marysville CARES Business Relief grant: The Marysville CARES Business Relief Grant program awards grants of up to $10,000 for rent and operations relief for small businesses with 1-49 employees. First eligible, first served until $300,000 has been awarded.
- Businesses and employees are both impacted as we try and navigate through these difficult times. There are resources that may be available for both businesses and individual employees that are directly impacted by COVID-19.
Washington State Coronavirus Webpage | https://coronavirus.wa.gov
The official Washington State Coronavirus webpage contains information and resources relating to Conoravirus including:
- Government Emergency Actions for local, State and Federal actions
- Information for Supporting Business and Workers affected by Coronavirus
- Childcare, K-12 and Higher Education relating to COVID-19
- Traveler and Commuter Information
- Information for you are your family, including the following information and more:
- Washington State Financial Resources
- Environmental Protection Agency list of recommended cleaning products
- Coronavirus Basics including what it is, what the symptoms are, how it spreads and more
- Higher Risk Populations
- Information for pregnant women and new mothers
- Insurance and billing information for testing
- Stigma Reduction
Tips for Preparation and Continuity
Latest City of Marysville update
Most city buildings are closed to the public until further notice in compliance with Gov. Inslee’s Safe Start program. The city continues to provide essential city services.
City closures and updates
Most city buildings are closed to the public. We encourage you to do business online, by email or by phone if possible.
This action is taken for the safety of our residents, customers and employees to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation.
- City business
- Call 360-363-8000 | Email
- Utility billing
- Pay online | Pay by phone at 360-363-8777 | Use brown drop box behind City Hall
- Notice to commercial garbage customers: City of Marysville’s solid waste commercial account customers can reduce the frequency of collection to once a week and also reduce the size of their dumpster to better accommodate their current business needs. Please contact Utility Billing at 360-363-8001 to make adjustments to your account.
- In an emergency, always call 911 | Non-emergency line 425-407-3999
- Call 360-363-8300
- The Public Safety Building is open.
- Marysville Jail inmate visitation will resume Saturday, July 4. Jail services such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and church and religious activities are currently suspended.
- Community Development & Public Works
- Submit paperwork by drop box | Email for permit inquiries or information | Call 360-363-8100
- Municipal Court
- Criminal case hearings are taking place online. Jury trials are canceled through Sept. 4. Please contact your attorney for guidance.
- Infraction hearings are conducted by email only. If you receive a ticket, you can submit a hearing request online.
- Temporary protection orders for Marysville or Lake Stevens can be requested online.
- Pay fines & penalties online, by phone or mail.
- Call 360-363-8050
- Parks, Culture & Recreation
- Registration forms are outside the Parks office at Jennings Park, 6915 Armar Rd. You can leave completed forms in the drop box and make payment arrangements by phone.
- Parks, trails, playgrounds and the Skate Park are open. Please wear a mask, practice physical distancing, and bring hand sanitizer or wash your hands often.
- Cedarcrest Golf Course is open with new restrictions in place.
- Plans are underway for classes and events to resume in Phases 3 and 4 of the state reopening plan. Be sure to check the Parks, Culture & Recreation web page for the latest updates.
- Baxter Community Center is closed.
- Call 360-363-8400 | Email
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? Let us know to be included here and help support our local community.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org 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.