In the midst of unprecedented business growth, Tulalip and Marysville are committed to retaining the “quality” in the quality of life for their citizens. One of the best places to live in Snohomish County, these communities boast quick access to I-5 to all points north or south; to the next door city of Everett, or north to Mount Vernon, Anacortes and Bellingham. The real estate market is booming, with property values continuing to grow to the great satisfaction of local residents and investors.
Community Resources & Organizations
Marysville Public Library, the 2nd largest library in the two-county Sno-Isle Regional Library System, promises that generations young and old will have access to materials that will keep them well-read and well-informed.
Marysville is home to The Naval Station Everett Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) located at the Navy Support Complex in Marysville, Washington. It provides a one-stop location where service members and their families can obtain reliable information and assistance on a wide range of important topics. The hours are 7am-5pm, Monday – Friday. For information or appointments call 1(888)463-6697, ext. #5, ext. #2.
Other community organizations are listed on the Chamber / VIC’s website at www.marysvilletulalipchamber.com and can also be found by dialing “211” the nationwide resource hotline.
Both communities have a strong sense of responsibility towards the lands they are entrusted stewards of. Towards this end, Tulalip and Marysville, along with a host of other partners, are working together to preserve and restore the Qwuloolt Estuary.
The Qwuloolt Estuary Restoration Project is a partnership of tribal, city, state and federal agencies aimed at restoring a critical tidal wetland in the Snohomish River estuary. The Qwuloolt Estuary is located within the Snohomish River floodplain approximately three miles upstream from its outlet to Puget Sound. Through the cooperation of its many partners including the Tulalip Tribes and the City of Marysville, this project plans to return the historic and natural influences of the river and tides to the Qwuloolt and restore a functional estuary wetland complex that benefits salmon, waterfowl, shorebirds, eagles, river otter, harbor seals, and all of us. Qwuloolt Estuary lies within the Snohomish River estuary floodplain, adjacent to Ebey slough and three miles upstream from its outlet into Puget Sound. The project area is located in Marysville, Washington on lands held in trust for restoration.