The City of Marysville adopted the 2016 City of Marysville Surface Water Comprehensive Plan as a sub-element of the Public Facilities and Services Element of the Marysville Comprehensive Plan on June 12, 2017. The Surface Water Comprehensive Plan is a planning document that provides guidance to minimize adverse effects of stormwater runoff on ground and surface water in a manner that complies with federal, state, and local surface water regulations. It identifies water quality and quantity problems associated with stormwater runoff that may affect the environment and community and provides recommendations for improvements and programs including a financial analysis and implementation schedule.
- SMOKEY POINT MASTER PLAN
- dOWNTOWN mASTER pLAN
- LAKEWOOD Neighborhood master PLAN
- STATE AVENUE CORRIDOR SUBAREA PLAN
The Marysville Downtown Master Plan lays out key recommendations and implementation strategies to guide the future growth, development, and redevelopment of the downtown study area. The plan focuses on a number of key topics, including development options, transportation, utilities, street improvements, and parks and trails. The recommendations related to these topics lay out the framework to revitalize downtown by investing in infrastructure, addressing barriers to redevelopment and spurring economic development, all while enhancing environmental quality.
Supporting documents include a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) and an Addendum to the EIS.