Consolidating most city services onto one modern, energy-efficient civic center will help meet current and future needs of our growing city. The new facility will house Police, Jail, Municipal Court, City Council chambers, City Hall, Community Development and Public Works Engineering offices. This will offer residents and visitors a one-stop shop for city customer service functions and an attractive new public amenity in Marysville's downtown core.
A six-acre site on Delta Avenue between 5th and 8th streets, east of the BNSF railroad tracks and west of Comeford Park. Because the Ken Baxter Community Center at 514 Delta previously housed City Hall, Police, Jail and City Council chambers until the 1980s, the planned Civic Center also marks a return to the town square of historic Marysville. Comeford Park will remain.
Architectural design and construction documents: 2018-2019
Project bid October 2019, construction contract awarded December 2019
Construction began January 2020
Occupancy early 2022
Contract amount $47.6 million. Project revenue sources include Criminal Justice sales tax, property sales of existing facilities, General Obligation bonds, General Fund capital reserve, and annual operating budget.
Construction: Lydig Construction, Inc., Bellevue
Architecture & Design: Botesch, Nash & Hall (BNH), Everett, and DLR Group, Seattle