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Our ability to attract and retain members through innovative programs and low cost investment rates has won us national recognition from the American Chamber of Commerce Executives. This is because our members consistently realize tangible returns on their investment. Through the aggressive development of non-dues revenue, we successfully hold the line on membership investment costs while continually increasing the scope of membership programs, products and services.

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Best Western Plus
3721 172nd St
Arlington, WA 98271
(360) 363-4321

Costal Community Bank

16419 Smokey Point Blvd

Arlington, WA 98223

(360) 436-4950


Kings Heating/Air Conditioning

6925 216 St SW

Lynnwood, WA 98036

(425) 275-5153



404 State Ave

Marysville, WA 98270

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University Center of North Puget Sound

The University Center of North Puget Sound is conveniently located on Everett Community College's campus and offers over 25 baccalaureate and graduate degrees. Program areas include: business, education, engineering, nursing and social sciences. The University Center offers on-campus, on-line and hybrid courses with classes scheduled afternoons, evenings and weekends. Degrees are offered by:


Western Washington University 
Central Washington University
Eastern Washington University
The Evergreen State College
Washington State University
Hope International University
Saint Martin's University 
University of Washington - Bothell








University Center of North Puget Sound

Eight Universities 

Endless Opportunities

2000 Tower Street,

Everett, WA 98201



Volunteer Opportunities

The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce and Regional Visitor Center


Whether you enjoy meeting the public or working behind the scenes, we have a position that is right for you.  Become a travel ambassador, receptionist, or administrative assistant.  (Training will be provided.) 


We currently have a dedicated and fun group of volunteers and are seeking additional help either as a STANDBY volunteer to fill in when others need time off, or as a regularly scheduled volunteer to work at the visitor center on a weekly basis.  The time commitment can be minimal:  as little as one four hour shift each week; or it can be more depending on your availability.  


If you would enjoy working to promote Marysville Tulalip area businesses and provide assistance to those with questions about our businesses, this is the perfect place to start. You will suggest activities, give directions, distribute brochures and help travelers or new and potential residents to our area.   Please contact Cyd Leahy, Director of Information Services, at the Chamber (360-659-7700)   if you have questions or would like to volunteer.  You may also email her at: admin@MarysvilleTulalipChamber.com.

WSDOT Northwest Region construction updates


Month-long SR 522 ramp closure starts Tuesday

I mentioned this previously but now it's here. If you use State Route 522 near Monroe, be ready because the fly-over ramp to eastbound US 2 closes for a month starting at 10 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2.  That's 24-hours-a-day.  It will reopen at 5 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 1.


We did this closure earlier in August as well and it's not hard to still access eastbound US 2.  Drivers continue to the end of SR 522 where a signalized intersection allows motorists to turn east or west onto US 2.


During the closure, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will waterproof the concrete deck on the existing Main Street/164th Street Southeast bridge.  They will also rebuild the approaches to the existing 179th Avenue Southeast bridge.


In order to create a safe work zone, traffic must be temporarily shifted onto the new bridges at 164th and 179th Avenue Southeast bridges.  The proximity of the US 2 exit to the 179th Avenue Southeast bridge work zone is too close to allow drivers to safely use the exit.


The work is part of the SR 522 widening project, which adds two new westbound lanes to the highway from US 2 to the Snohomish River Bridge.  The widening project is scheduled to be complete in late 2014.


SR 9 turn restrictions end at noon Friday

The left-turn restrictions at the intersection of State Route 9 and 84th Street Northeast end at noon on Friday, Aug. 29.  They've been in place since Thursday, Aug. 21 as contractor crews for WSDOT work on the new roundabout.  When it reopens, the intersection will operate as a roundabout with no signals.  But while it's open, the work there isn't done.  We still need to do curb work, paving and restriping so continue to stay plugged in on closures at our Snohomish County Construction Update page.  And if you're feeling unsure about how to maneuver through a roundabout, here’s some tips and a video.  Oh, and a big thanks to everyone for their patience and help as we got that work done.


Labor Day weekend travel info

It's the last holiday weekend of the summer (booo!!!) and we always see heavy travel for this last gasp.  The good news is we have no scheduled construction projects for the three-day weekend, but do remember that we still have our southbound closure of the Stillaguamish River Bridge, so expect increased traffic over the northbound bridge, which is handling both directions of travel.  Whether you’re headed out of town for fun or into Seattle for Bumbershoot or Mariners or Sounders games, be sure to use our online tools to prepare and know when the best times to travel are.  More info can be found here.  Be safe, and have a great long weekend!

WSDOT Northwest Region construction updates

I-5: Southbound I-5 Stillaguamish River Bridge - Major Bridge Rehabilitation  #8582

Mileposts: 207.2 to 211.1 


Tuesday, July 29 through November - All southbound I-5 traffic is reduced to two lanes and will use a new crossover across the median to two lanes of northbound I-5 across the Stillaguamish River Bridge, crossing back over on the other side of the bridge, until the project is complete in November. Northbound I-5 is reduced to two lanes from SR 530 to 236th Street Northeast as well. Drivers should prepare for a 55 mile per hour speed limit in both directions in the work zone.

Washington State Department of Transportation


Aug. 28, 2014   

Drivers should prepare for extended closure of SR 522 ramp to eastbound US 2


MONROE – Drivers who use State Route 522 near Monroe should be prepared for a  month-long closure of the SR 522 fly-over ramp to eastbound US 2. The ramp will be closed from 10 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2 through 5 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1. 


Drivers can still access eastbound US 2 by traveling a short distance to the end of SR 522 where a signalized intersection allows drivers to turn east or west onto US 2.


During the extended ramp closure, contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will waterproof the concrete decks on the existing SR 522 West Main Street/164th Street Southeast and 179th Avenue Southeast bridges. They will also rebuild the approaches to the 179th Avenue Southeast bridge.


In order to create a safe work zone, traffic must be temporarily shifted onto the new bridges over 164th Street Southeast and 179th Avenue Southeast. The proximity of the SR 522 179th Avenue Southeast bridge work zone to the US 2 off-ramp is too close to allow drivers to safely use the exit.


There will also be other nightly lane and ramp closures associated with this work. Check the Snohomish County construction update report frequently for updated information.


The work is part of the SR 522 widening project, which adds two new westbound lanes to the highway from US 2 to the Snohomish River Bridge. The widening project is scheduled to be complete in late 2014.

Sales Tax Rate Increase Goes Into Effect
October 1, 2014

Effective October 1st in the City of Marysville, a two-tenths of 1% sales tax increase (8.6% to 8.8%) on items purchased for business or personal use will take effect for transportation system improve-ments. The effective date had previously been misreported.


Marysville voters last April approved a 0.2% sales tax increase on the ballot to generate $1.6 million per year over 10 years for the community's unmet transportation system needs, and to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety and access. Transportation Benefit District (TBD) projects were chosen by the City Council acting in its capacity as the TBD Board of Directors.

For more information, visit the TBD website at http://marysvillewa.gov/tbd

Outdoor Burn Ban in Effect

until further notice


Due to high fire danger and expected hot and dry weather conditions, an outdoor burning ban for the unincorporated areas of Snohomish County is in effect beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, July 12.  This affects all outdoor burning except for recreational fires.


Recreational fires are less than 3 feet in diameter and 2 feet high, and are for cooking or pleasure only.  They must be contained within a fire pit that has been cleared of all combustible material within a 10 foot radius, must be monitored at all times and must have a water source readily available.


This burn ban is in place until further notice. All outdoor burning permits, including those issued by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency, are suspended until the ban is lifted. Residents who live within the boundaries of an incorporated city or town should check with their local fire department for current burn ban information.


Please call the outdoor burning information hotline at 425-388-3508 for updated information or visit http://snohomishcountywa.gov/1144/Outdoor-Burning-Information


at the Marysville Tulalip Visitor Center





Call (360) 659-7700 ask for Mary Jane!



September 26, 2014



Please join us on Friday, September 26, 2014
from 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
for our
General Meeting and Breakfast!

Candidate Forum!

Presenting two Snohomish County races to broaden your knowledge of the candidates and the issues!

First Race:  County Executive


 John Lovick (D)                  Carolyn Eslick (R)

  -  Incumbent                     -  Mayor of Sultan

Second Race:  44th District POS 2

(the only "open" seat in this year's race)


Mark Harmsworth (R)              Mike Wison (D)      

                     - Mayor Pro-Tem,     
- Cascade High School Teacher            
City of Mill Creek                                                  

You won't want to miss this exciting Business Before Hours!


At the Tulalip Resort/Casino 

Canoes Cabaret Room 

10200 Quil Ceda Blvd 

Tulalip, WA 98271

Call or email your registration today to save your seat!


or call (360) 659-7700


Click Here to Register Online Now

Members: $23.00 if RSVP prior to event 

$28.00 at the door

Non Members: $28.00



We are looking for two businesses to sponsor future BBH's. If interested, please call Mary Jane at
(360) 659-7700.

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Cabela’s Ladies’ Day Out set for October 4th

Calling all women to gear up for an outdoor adventure

Saturday, October 4th, 2014

10:00am – 3:00pm



9810 Quil Ceda Blvd

Tulalip, WA 98271


Cabela’s celebrates the growing number of women enjoying the outdoors with Ladies’ Day Out, set for October 4th. The event is designed to recognize the growing population of women enjoying the outdoors across Washington State. It will feature hands-on demonstrations, seminars, live archery practice, giveaways, samples and more – and the first 100 women through the doors will receive a special gift. Everyone who participates will receive an additional shopping discount.

Classes will be taught by local experts and as always, are free of charge.

A full schedule of Ladies’ Day Out events will be available at Cabelas.com/tulalip. Also, look for Ladies Day Out at Cabela’s Lacey and Cabela’s Springfield.


The 40th Annual show has rocks from all over the world.

There’ll be dealers with rough, slabs, and polished cabs to gem quality faceting rough; minerals, fossils, tools, and lapidary equipment; jewelry, beads, gems and books.

There will be demonstrators, jewelry artists, club displays, and youth games.

Door prizes every half hour, silent auctions and raffle prizes and food service.

Free admission, free parking. 


Event Location Totem Middle School - Cafeteria 7th Street and State Avenue Marysville, Washington

Date/Time Information October 11th and 12th

Saturday - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sunday - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


For more information, check out:


Or on facebook: Marysville Rock and Gem Club