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Marysville Hotel Fire Information

In the late hours of Saturday, June 15, 2024, the Marysville Hotel caught fire.  Due to the safety protocols that Structural Engineers, Insurance Companies and Agencies within surrounding areas (who play crucial roles for those who live in and travel through Marysville; like Caltrans, and Yuba County) it has been deemed that the property be fenced off.  As updates become available this page will be updated.

The City of Marysville has declared a State of Emergency effective Friday, June 21, 2024; as there have been significant impacts to traffic, local businesses and the above mentioned safety concerns for all passersby.  Due to the declared State of Emergency, the City of Marysville has initiated the ICS (Incident Command System) structure for information to be gathered and released.

Below are current (as of the date of posting) pieces of information to better assist you.

Engineers Assessment of the Hotel Property (dated June 18, 2024)                                        Press Release - 6/19/2024

Current Traffic Map (as of June 17, 2024)                                                                                                   Press Release - 6/20/2024

Marysville Hotel - currently an asbestos danger zone (as of June 28, 2024)                       Press Release - 6/28/2024

                                                                                                                             Press Release - 7/4/2024

Key Contacts: (for this particular incident only) 

IC (Incident Command)

           Chief Chris Sachs: csachs@marysvillepd.org or (530) 749-3900

PIO (Public Information Officer)

           Dan Flores: dflores@marysville.ca.us or (530) 749-3902

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