Utility Billing

The City of Marysville is here to serve you.  The Utility Billing department handles the billing for Water, Sewer, Surface Water, and Solid Waste.  

If you have questions about your utility account or statement, please call us at 360-363-8001.

After-hours drop box locationMarysville utility payment drop box

There is a new payment drop box located at the northeast corner of Delta and 5th. 

Other ways to pay your bill:

  • Pay in person at Marysville Civic Center, located at 501 Delta Ave.
  • Pay-by-phone at 360-363-8777.  *You will need your current bill number.
  • Pay with a hassle-free automatic bank draft that will withdraw payment directly from your bank account. You can request a form by mail or bring a voided check to the Marysville Civic Center and complete the form.
  • Pay by mail. Remit your utility payment to: City of Marysville, PO Box 128, Caldwell ID, 83606

Yard Waste Collection is now provided year-round

Good news!  Instead of reverting to monthly pick up in the winter months, the City will now be providing weekly yard waste collection year-round.  Starting January 1st, 2024, extra yard waste that does not fin into your cart will be charged $5.86 per 32-gallon cart equivalent.  Please put extras out for collection in paper yard bags, your own 32-gallon can labeled "yard" or in bundles no larger than 4'x3' tied with twine placed next to your green bin. 

If you would like to start yard waste service, please call our office at 360-363-8001 or add the service online.

Holidays and trash pickup

City crews pick up garbage every holiday except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

  • Thanksgiving week: Thursday routes will be picked up Friday. Friday routes will be picked up Saturday.
  • Christmas and New Year’s weeks: All routes will be collected one day later than usual (ex. Monday routes on Tuesday).

2024 Utility Rates

Utility Tax Disclosure

The amount billed for each of the services below include the following taxes:

State Business & Occupation Tax1.75 %1.75%1.75%N/A
State Public Utility Tax5.03%3.85%N/A3.86%
City Utility Tax8.50%8.50%8.50%10.00%

Leave your old flame behind

For a limited time, residents of Snohomish, King and Pierce counties can receive $350 for recycling their old, polluting wood stoves.

Also, Snohomish County residents who want to upgrade to new, cleaner heat can instead opt to have their old wood stove or fireplace insert scrapped in exchange for a $1,500 discount toward the purchase and professional installation of new cleaner heating equipment. 

Find details and sign up at www.pscleanair.org/woodstove or call 206-343-8800.

Wood burning stove