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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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Marysville, WA 98270


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14524 40th Ave NE

Marysville, WA 98271

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Marysville, WA 98271

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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
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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

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.

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


at the Marysville Tulalip Visitor Center





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

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


BBB and Attorney General Partner to Increase Online Safety and Awareness


DuPont, Wash. – October 1, 2014 - October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. As part of a global cyber security awareness campaign, Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington and the Washington State Attorney General’s Office are partnering with STOP.THINK.CONNECT.™ to help digital citizens stay safe online.


In today’s highly connected and networking environment, it is important to address cybercrime and growing online security problems. According to STOP.THINK.CONNECT.™, 96 percent of Americans feel a personal responsibility to be safer and more secure online.


“By joining with the BBB and the global STOP.THINK.CONNECT.™ campaign, I’m hoping to reach as many consumers as possible to say: Stay safe online,” Attorney General Bob Ferguson said. “Take some time this month to learn more about how to protect your identity and your family.”


“At BBB we’re focused on educating both consumers and businesses about how to protect themselves against online fraud,” said Tyler Andrew, CEO of BBB serving Alaska Oregon and Western Washington. “By partnering with the Washington State Attorney General and STOP.THINK.CONNECT.™, we are dedicated to helping all digital citizens stay safer and more secure online.”


As part of BBB’s and the AGO’s commitment to cyber security awareness, both organizations encourage online users to take extra security measures this month by completing a few simple steps.


  • Keep a clean machine. Whether it is a PC, mobile device or laptop, make sure security software is current and up-to-date. Having the latest software on all devices can be one of the best defenses against viruses, malware and other online threats.
  • Protect personal information. Secure accounts by making passwords long, strong and unique.
  • Connect with care. Avoid opening unsolicited emails or links. Use caution when logging on to public Wi-Fi hotspots and send personal information only to websites that are fully encrypted.
  • Stay current. Keep pace with new ways to stay safe online. Check trusted websites for the latest information, and share with friends, family and colleagues to encourage them to be web wise. Visit staysafeonline.org for more ways to spot online problems and keep devices clean and safe.
  • Share with care. A good online citizen only posts about others what he would want posted about himself.


During October, the AGO and BBB will be promoting National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Visit BBB’s Facebook page and the AGO’s Internet Safety page for more cyber security information.

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Looking for Parade Participants

Merrysville for the Holidays Electric Lights Parade, Saturday, December 6, 2014


Contact: Andrea Kingsford, Recreation Coordinator, Marysville Parks and Recreation

   360-363-8401, akingsford@marysvillewa.gov


Welcome to the 26th anniversary of Merrysville for the Holidays!  Each year community volunteer groups, businesses, churches and community members join together to bring joy and happiness to our wonderful city through the Electric Lights Parade.  This year Merrysville for the Holidays will take place on Saturday, December 6th, 2014.  Included in this fun family event are an electric lights parade beginning at the Marysville Municipal Court House and making its way down State Avenue to Comeford Park, a holiday spirited family concert, holiday family photo scenes, civic and community groups, a craft bazaar, free crafts for the kids and a visit from Santa Clause with free photo opportunities for the kids.


Help make this year a success by getting involved and joining the Merrysville for the Holidays Electric Lights Parade.  Below are just a few great reasons to be a part of this wonderful event!

·         Attendance for this program averages between 3000-6000 people depending upon the weather.

·         For only $20, your application fee, you can take part in this fun parade, create camaraderie among your entry participants, and be seen by thousands of Marysville community members. What a wonderful and unique form of advertising for your business or organization!

·         As each parade entrant passes, they will highlighted over the loudspeaker for everyone to hear.

·         Show the people of Marysville you are proud to be an active member of the community!


Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to be involved in the community and share the holiday spirit! For information, please contact Marysville Parks and Recreation at 306-363-8400 and we will be happy to answer any questions! 


Online registration for the parade is available at marysvilllewa.gov .  Click on E-play Parks and Rec. Registration then Events and you will find the Merrysville for the Holidays Parade.