If you pay your water bill or apply for a building permit in person, you’ll go to the new Marysville Civic Center at 501 Delta Ave. starting next week. Civic Center hours are 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. We appreciate your patience during the move.
Utility billing will remain open at the current City Hall, 1049 State Ave., through Wednesday, Oct. 19. Starting Thursday, Oct. 20, you can pay your bill at the new Civic Center. For Utility Billing questions, call 360-363-8001. Public access to City Hall will be by appointment only starting Thursday, Oct. 20; for questions or to schedule an appointment, call 360-363-8000.
The front counter at the Community Development and Public Works building at 80 Columbia Ave. will be closed to walk-in customers starting Tuesday, Oct. 18. Community Development will reopen at the Civic Center on Wednesday, Oct. 19. For questions about all other services or to schedule an appointment, call 360-363-8100.
City Council offices, other City Hall departments and Public Works Engineering will move in late October and November. City Council meetings will continue to take place at the current City Hall until that move is complete.
“This modern, efficient structure will make it easy to access the city’s public-facing customer service functions in one convenient location,” Mayor Jon Nehring said. “Whether you want to pay your water bill, get a building permit, attend a City Council meeting or learn how to start a Neighborhood Watch program, you’ll be able to do it all at the Civic Center. The City Council and I are looking forward to its full public opening in the next few weeks.”
Police, Jail and Municipal Court have been working from the north end of the new building since the summer. The Law Enforcement Memorial formerly located at the Marysville Library now makes its home outside the Civic Center.
The city also is making substantial upgrades to adjoining Comeford Park, including new restrooms, public plaza and amphitheater seating, lighting, walkways and landscaping.