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City of Marysville

What's special about Marysville and the surrounding area is not all that it has to offer geographically, but it's people. Citizens are committed to making their communities friendly, productive, and a great enviroment to raise a family. Whether coming together for the traditional Strawberry Festival, or fund raising for the YMCA, the people make it happen. These values have been woven into the community fabric since its beginning in 1891.

Marysville offers a wide range of housing from comfortable modern houses to executive homes with breathtaking views. A diverse economic base provides residents with many amenities found only in much larger cities. Shopping, dining, and entertaining are all located within a few minutes drive.

With good schools and a progressive city government, Marysville is an excellent choice for your next home and community.


Marysville serves as the gateway to north Snohomish County. The town of Marysville lies in the flat low land delta of the of the Snohomish River bordered by the gentle foothills of the Cascades to the East, and the shores of the Puget Sound to the west. The North leads to an abundant reserve of lakes and rivers.

Located thirty miles North of Seattle, Marysville is an easy commute to big city culture, yet remains distinctly "home town" in feel. The Canadian border is 90 miles north, a short, and scenic ride to international culture. Travel east an hour and a half to find yourself flying down exciting ski runs, or head west and sail over the waters of the Puget Sound.


October 8th, 2015

Home Maintenance Guide

Home Maintenance Guide

Inside the home Insulate exposed pipes that may freeze in the winter. Pay special attention to plumbing and pipes in the garage, crawlspace and basement. Clean range hood filters, wash fan blades and housing. It's a good habit to clean these several times a year and remove flammable grease. Deep clean the oven. …

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September 22nd, 2015

It's That Time of Year Again

On a wild, blustery Thursday afternoon last October, I stood with my managing broker outside the Haggens on 88th talking with shoppers as they walked in and out of the store. We were there on a special mission: to collect donations of food and cash for the Marysville Community Food Bank. The two-hour shift went by quickly. …

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July 9th, 2015

Homeownership Has Declined, But It Won’t Be Forever

Homeownership Has Declined, But It Won’t Be Forever

In addition to talking about housing bubbles, another topic that is becoming popular among housing scaremongers is the ongoing decline in the U.S. homeownership rate. Remarks range from the direct, "American homeownership isĀ at its lowest level in more than two decades," to the downright inflammatory, "Rental surge …

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