Mary Aaron Museum
Mary Aaron Museum

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Ellis Lake at Night
Ellis Lake at Night

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For City events and things to do please visit the link below

The Yuba-Sutter Chamber 

To watch the July 5th City Council Meeting at 6:00 pm, please click here or you can call 1-669-900-9128 and enter Meeting ID: 819 6169 9167.

Thank you to our major sponsors for the 2022 Bi-County 4th of July Celebration!  This FREE Public Event would not be possible without the support of our local municipalities.

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The gates of Riverfront Park will open @ 4:30 pm on Monday, July 4th with the Fireworks show starting at approx. 9:30 pm and lasting for 20-25 minutes.

The fireworks will be up to 500’ and can be seen from both sides of the river!! Parking is limited, so plan accordingly.

NOTE - NO personal fireworks, firearms or drones will be allowed in the park. Thank you for your cooperation!

News and Announcements

The City of Marysville is in the process of identifying General Plan growth alternatives. We would like to hear from you. Please provide input via the following survey no later that July 20, 2022.

Thank you for your participation!

Posted 6/29/2022


AT&T is Offering a Reward for Information on Copper Thefts - $5,000 Offered for Leads Resulting in Arrest and Prosecution on Recent Copper Cable Thefts in Greater Marysville and Yuba City Area - Please read the attached Alert for more information and how to report any tips.  Yuba-Sutter Copper Thefts

Posted 5/24/2022


The City of Marysville is updating its General Plan, preparing a Specific Plan and a Zoning Code Update over the next year.  We welcome the public’s input as we go forward, with these exciting projects. 


A General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) has been formed and consists of a representative range of community members to provide community feedback on crafting the vision of the city to the year 2050.  The next meeting will be held June 29, 2022 at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers.  The public is invited to attend.

General Plan - Agenda No. 3

General Plan 101 Marysville Handout

General Plan Advisory Committee Roles and Responsibilities

Marysville Green Zone Specific Plan handout

For information, please contact Kathy Pease, AICP, Planning Consultant (916) 812-0749 or at

Posted 4/7/2022

Updated 4/27/2022

Updated 6/22/2022


***The City of Marysville is excited to present the approved 5th Street Rehabilitation

drawing.  Please see the .pdf version of the drawing as well as a larger copy available

to view in the City Hall foyer.***

Posted 1/20/2022


Based on a review from the State Housing and Community Development Department, the City of Marysville Draft Housing Element has been approved.  If you have questions, please contact Kathy Pease, AICP, Contract Planner at (916) 812-0749 or kpease@masfirm.com2021-2029 Housing Element

Posted 5/13/21



Free Tire Disposal Coupons Available

                                Yuba-Sutter residents can now request a coupon for the free drop-off of up to 20 residentially-generated                                                  passenger car and light truck tires per household (for rims up to 22 inches in diameter). This program is for                                            residential use only – no businesses – and tires do not have to be removed from the rims.  Coupons will be                                            issued on a first come, first served basis while supplies last. Coupons will expire 30 days from the date of issue                                      and a valid coupon must be presented when the waste tires are delivered to the drop-off location.

For more information or to request a coupon, call the Regional Waste Management Authority weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. at (530) 634-6890. Be prepared when you call to provide the number of tires that you have for disposal. If hauling more than 9 tires at one time, the Local Enforcement Agency conditions on the reverse side of the coupon must be completed.

This program is funded by a grant from the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle).

Posted 10/16/2020