Mayor Jon Nehring earned his Associate’s degree in Business Administration from Everett Community College, then completed his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration through Central Washington University, and has a Master’s degree from St. Leo University. Nehring gained 17 years of business and management experience in the private sector before becoming Mayor.
His leadership, business, sales, management, and marketing background are assets to expanding on the solutions-seeking atmosphere of collaboration and cooperation that are the trademark of Marysville government in its solid relations with neighboring cities and towns, the Tulalip Tribes, and Snohomish County as well as various organizations and community groups.
Nehring has also volunteered time in community service throughout his tenure as a Marysville Rotarian, with local youth sports programs, and in other areas.
Among his committee, board positions and affiliations:
Prior to his appointment to the Mayor’s office by the City Council in July 2010, Nehring served on the City Council starting in January 2002, including several years as Mayor Pro Tem.
Nehring and his wife, Mari-Anne, live in Marysville. They are the parents of three grown children: Nate, Kristin and Nicholas.
|Terms of office|
|Elected||Jan. 2020-||Term expires Dec. 31, 2023|
|Elected||Jan. 2016-Dec. 2019|
|Elected||Jan. 2012-Dec. 2015|
|Appointed||July 2010-Dec. 2011|