City of Marysville Overview
Welcome to the City of Marysville, Michigan
As a new resident or business or someone considering a move to Marysville, our Mayor and City Council Members warmly welcome you to our beautiful city. Our City takes great pride in its small town, family-oriented atmosphere. Many who relocate here do so because of our excellent schools and superior public services. Please continue to read below to discover more about how ‘Marysville is on the move.’
Geography: Marysville is located in southeastern Michigan and is situated along the St. Clair River. The city is bordered by the river and Canada to the east, the city of Port Huron to the north, St. Clair Township to the south and Kimball Township to the west and is 7.3 square miles in size.
The City of Marysville is strategically located near I-94, I-69 and the US/Canadian border. It is the ideal location for businesses or retailers looking to capture both the Canadian and American markets.
Redevelopment: Our city is home to one of the few deep water ports along the Great Lakes at the former DTE power plant site. The nearly 20 acre site is currently being redeveloped by CDC of St. Louis, Missouri demolished the nearly 100-year-old power plant and are abating the site’s land. After restoration, the site will be sold and developed into a major attraction or job-producing employer yet-to-be determined.
Economy: Marysville’s industrial economy remains very developed in the 21st century. While the city’s industrial base still is heavily vested in the automobile parts industry, it has grown and diversified itself to include the following and more: manufacturers of tape and package-sealing materials; makers of polyethylene foam products; a propane and butane storage facility and; producers of ethanol. Many of these companies are continually expanding, hiring and reinvesting in our community.
Housing: Marysville’s housing is affordable and convenient and our residents enjoy life in this riverfront community for a reasonable cost. Eighty-five percent of homes are owner-occupied. Residents have a choice of single-family dwellings, condominiums and low-rise apartments.
Schools: Residents take great pride in our schools. In 2014 Marysville High School was ranked 29th in the State of Michigan according to U.S. News and World Report magazine.
Services: Safety is second to none as our city has its own police and fire departments and ambulance service. Our Department of Public Services is highly responsive to our residents’ needs and our Recreation Department has year-round programs for people of all ages.
Recreation: Recreational opportunities abound in Marysville. Marysville City Park is a regional destination and is home to numerous events each year. The park is also a wonderful place to freighter-watch, walk the dog or have an impromptu picnic with the family. The park’s splash pad is wonderfully refreshing for both young and old on hot summer days.
Our riverfront is the focal point in our City. It is comprised of several areas along a 1.5 mile continuous stretch of land which includes the Veteran’s Memorial, Chrysler Beach, Riverfront Boardwalk and the natural shoreline. Our riverfront has also undergone extensive improvements over the last several years and will continue to receive environmentally friendly changes through 2015. Kayak and boat launches are available.
Morton Park is another community gem. Located off Busha Highway just north of River Road, the park boasts a National Fitness Campaign Fitness Court, four-lane track, two soccer fields, skatepark and a covered pavilion. The Bridge to Bay bike path also traverses through the park. Restroom and parking facilities are available. Morton Park was renovated by St. Clair County Community College and is home to their South Campus.
Eighteen-hole Marysville Golf Course is another popular destination. A club house, pro shop and the Crossfire Grill are on the premises. The course hosts leagues and golf outings each year including its annual “Club Championship”. The course was rated ‘Best in the Blue 2014.’
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