Marysville, the county seat of Yuba County, is one of California's historic cities. It's history as a community goes back to the Gold Rush days. The city is strategically located 40 miles north of the state capitol of Sacramento where Highways 70 and 20 intersect. It is served by two railroad lines, two highways, a regional airport, a public bus line, and is the center of a broad agricultural and outdoor recreation area.
Marysville is home to the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox, a community based, professionally run summer collegiate baseball team, and is the host for the Horizon Air Summer Series, a season long competition among a select number of summer collegiate teams.
Marysville, along with Yuba City (it's neighbor across the Feather River) has long been one of the leading agribusiness centers of California. Other business comes from retail sales, manufacturing, rice farming, stock raising and mining. Beale Air Force Base (to the east) also contributes significantly to the community's economy. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy hunting, fishing, boating, swimming, golf, tennis and many other sports in Marysville and the nearby countryside and mountains.
New Sign Ordinance
The City Council will be considering adoption of a new sign ordinance at its April 7, 2015 regular meeting. This ordinance would govern all signs except those within the public right-of-way. This would especially affect businesses and non-residential properties. The meeting will be at 6:00 pm in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 526 C Street, Marysville. If adopted, the new ordinance would take effect 30 days after adoption. Interested parties may download the draft sign ordinance, or view a copy at the City Services Department in City Hall.
Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan
The City of Marysville is seeking input from residents to guide the development of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. All Marysville residents are invited to attend a public workshop Tuesday, April 28 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 429 10th Street. The two hour workshop will include a brief overview of the planning process, followed by opportunities for community members to discuss challenges and opportunities for walking and bicycling in Marysville.
Residents are also invited to submit comments and read more about the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan online at www.walkbikemarysville.org.
The City Council and the Planning and Historic Preservation Commission have approved a program to recognize efforts in the restoration and preservation of historic properties within the City of Marysville. Awards will be made in three categories for both residential and commercial properties. These three categories are:
1. Restoration: recent preservation, rehabilitation, or restoration of the exterior of an historic structure.
2. Heritage: continued preservation of an historic home or business structure.
3. Community Landscaping: outstanding design of landscaping associated with an historic structure.
Additional information and a nomination form may be obtained at the City Services Department, City Hall, 526 C Street in Marysville, or by downloading the document here. Nominations are to be submitted to either City Services or the City Clerk, no later than May 15th, 2015.
Development of the Bounce Back Revitalization Plan is continuing and a draft plan should be presented to the City Council for review at its April 23 workshop. More information on the details of the plan will be available then, and a copy of the plan will be posted here on the city website as soon as it is available.
The adopted FY 2015 budget was approved by the City Council on June 17, 2014, and is available for review.
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