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Posted on: July 14, 2023

Marysville survey requests views on economic development

As the City of Marysville updates its Comprehensive Plan, it has opened a public survey to gather input on economic development. The goal of economic development and planning is to assure population and employment growth occurs in a way that complements the community’s vision. 

That’s why we’re asking for public input on our community economy, job opportunities and businesses, and services you would like to see more of in Marysville. The 11-question community survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete. Provide your views at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YJFCMTW. The survey is open through Aug. 31. 

Public survey results will help inform the city’s adoption of the 2024 Comprehensive Plan. The Planning Commission will review the proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments, including the Economic Development Element update, before forwarding to the City Council for review and final adoption. For information about that process and schedule, visit www.marysvillewa.gov/2024ComprehensivePlanUpdate.

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