About Our Community

  • While the Marysville-Tulalip community is growing with more than 60,000 residents, we still maintain that small-town feel. Marysville is known as, “The Strawberry City” and each year hosts the annual Strawberry Festival, now on its 86th year. Our landscape includes the beautiful Mount Pilchuck, which can be seen from various points around the city, and we are known for our local landmark, the Marysville Water Tower, created in 1974.

    Our community is also home to the Tulalip Tribes, a federally recognized Coastal Salish Tribe of the Puget Sound. The Tulalip Tribes are an important aspect of our community. We are grateful to have their culture and we value their strong efforts to revive and protect our region’s rich Native American history.

    Marysville is a wonderful place where the City Council, School District, Tulalip Tribes, business community, and other local organizations work together to support our students, their families, and all our local residents.

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