Surface Water Management

Duties & Responsibilities

Marysville Surface Water Management is committed to a pro-active approach in managing storm and surface water impacts within the City of Marysville and maintaining and enhancing the aquatic resources within the Quilceda / Allen watershed.

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Objectives


Primary surface water management objectives include:
  • The development of a fully functional storm and surface water infrastructure to serve the long-term needs of a growing community
  • The establishment of program elements to meet state and federal regulations
  • Maintaining and enhancing the habitat and environmental features associated with the Quilceda/Allen watershed
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Comprehensive Planning

The City of Marysville's Surface Water Comprehensive Plan presents an analysis of Marysville’s surface water system and identifies Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects to correct deficiencies. It also provides a general overview of each of the City’s four watersheds: Quilceda Creek, Allen Creek, Sunnyside Creek, and Ebey Slough.

The City has completed a watershed assessment and prioritized streams that would receive the most benefit from additional actions. 

Executive Summary (EN), Executive Summary (ES)

Watershed Planning Basin Assessment and Prioritization full report. 

Stormwater Management Action Plan

The Draft Stormwater Management Action Plan (SMAP) is available for review and public comment. The SMAP describes stormwater retrofit projects and programs to be implemented in the prioritized areas. Here is a presentation on the SMAP, recorded on November 9, 2022. Comments can be submitted to Brooke Ensor at 360-363-8288 or bensor@marysvillewa.gov. Please submit comments by December 9, 2022.