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Posted on: October 5, 2023

What are Marysville’s greatest transportation needs?

As the City of Marysville updates its Comprehensive Plan, it is asking the public to weigh in on the city’s transportation system. The goal of the Transportation Element of the Comprehensive Plan is to ensure that the city’s transportation needs -- including roads, sidewalks, bicycle paths and associated improvements -- are understood, planned for, prioritized and funded for a 20-year period. 

The city is asking for public input on what transportation improvements are working well, what goals and transportation improvements should be prioritized, what factors contribute to selecting different transportation options, and where funding should be directed. 

Take the survey by Nov. 5:

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 Transportation Element update, before forwarding to the City Council for review and final adoption. For information about that process and schedule, visit

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