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The Yuba-Sutter Chamber 

February 16, 2021

The Marysville City Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Jim Schaad as the City's next City Manager.  Click here to read the full press release.

Announcement from Community Development

February 12, 2021

The Marysville Housing Element is part of the City’s General Plan, a comprehensive policy document regarding the physical, economic, and social development of the city; the preservation and conservation of natural human features of the landscape, particularly historic buildings, and sites; and the redevelopment and reuse of land and buildings within the city.

2019-2029 Housing Element Update

Public Review Draft

Application period for the Cal Water College Scholarship Program just opened.  Click here for program details and an application.

Announcements from Public Works

February 4, 2021

The City of Marysville has received a Per Capita Grant for improvements to Gavin Park. The Per Capita Grant Program is funded by Prop. 68 and provides funds for local park rehabilitation, creation, and improvements. Although the City did not receive the Statewide Park Program Grant in 2019 for this same park, the extensive public outreach and design process laid the grounds for the upcoming project scope. The $177,925 received does not fund the full original design but it does allow the City to address the community’s top concern: the aged playground and gravel play surfacing. The grant funding will replace the play equipment and surfacing with improved play surfacing, accessible equipment, and higher play value. The City has also applied for additional funds from a SACOG grant for the same park to construct a larger play structure and a walking path in the park.

February 4, 2021

Thank you to everyone who participated in the public outreach meetings for Miner Park improvements. Your input has been vital in the development of the Miner Park design. The City has taken this design and prepared a grant application to fund it. The application will be brought before City Council for approval on February 16th. Upon approval, the City will submit the grant application for a highly competitive Statewide Park Program grant to fund the project. The Statewide Park Program’s intent is to fund project that will create new parks and recreation opportunities in communities like Marysville. Grant awards will be announced in Summer 2021 and if Miner Park is awarded a grant, development of construction documents will begin shortly thereafter.

January 19, 2021

New guidelines regarding City SponsorshipThe City of Marysville recognizes the importance of providing support for community programs or events.  Please review the policy and new application, adopted by Council. 

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).


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