Located on Delta Avenue between 5th and 7th streets, the new Marysville Civic Center consolidates most city services into one modern, energy-efficient public facility to help meet the current and future needs of our growing city. This offers residents and visitors a one-stop shop for city customer service functions and an attractive new public landmark in Marysville's downtown core.
The city also made substantial upgrades to adjoining Comeford Park, including new restrooms, public plaza and amphitheater seating, lighting, walkways and landscaping. The Law Enforcement Memorial formerly located at the Marysville Library now makes its home outside the Civic Center.
Meet The Artist: Marysville Civic Center Hanging Sculpture
$68.295 million (estimated)
Marysville voters approved an 0.1% Criminal Justice sales tax increase in 2018 that funded the Police and Jail facilities, the largest part of the new Civic Center.
Proceeds from the sale of the old City Hall, along with city reserve funds (savings), will pay for the balance.
We anticipate that the city will experience lower ongoing energy and maintenance costs going forward due to the incorporation of energy-efficient systems and consolidation of multiple city departments and services in this modern structure.
Architectural design and construction documents: 2018-2019
Project bid October 2019, construction contract awarded December 2019
Construction began January 2020
Occupancy summer - fall 2022
Construction: Lydig Construction, Inc., Bellevue
Architecture & Design: Botesch, Nash & Hall (BNH), Everett, and DLR Group, Seattle