City Council

Public Notice

Pursuant to Gov. Inslee’s Proclamation 20-28, in an effort to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 virus, City Council Meetings and Work Sessions are now taking place by teleconference. Councilmembers and the public will not attend in person. Anyone wishing to provide written or verbal public comment must pre-register before noon on the day of the meeting using our Remote Public Comment form.

To listen to the meeting without providing public comment:
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/92977133971
Or dial in at 1-888-475-4499 with meeting ID 929 7713 3971

Letter to Governor Inslee

Read a Letter from Marysville City Council to Governor Inslee.

Council Group Photo 2020

From left to right: Councilman Michael Stevens, Councilman Jeffrey Vaughan, Councilman Tom King, Council President Kamille Norton, Mayor Jon Nehring, Councilman Kelly Richards, Councilman Stephen Muller, Councilman Mark James

Council Meetings

Regular meetings of the Marysville City Council take place at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Monday of each month - excluding holidays and the month of August - in the Council Chambers on second floor of Marysville City Hall. Council Work Sessions take place at 7 p.m. the first Monday of each month.

Council Responsibilities 

The seven-member City Council constitutes the legislative branch of city government and is the policy-making body serving on behalf of Marysville citizens. Through local and regional public forums, advisory boards, commissions and a variety of communications avenues, the council works closely with the mayor and Executive Branch of city government and other branches of government, with input from the public, to ensure that community goals and priorities are identified and pursued.

Legislative Powers

The legislative powers of City Council include:

  • Appropriating spending
  • Borrowing money
  • Confirming certain appointments
  • Creating laws and regulations
  • Levying taxes
  • Providing oversight