Serving Marysville Residents for more than 100 Years (1920-2023)
1355 Delaware Avenue
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Marysville Police Department patrols an area of more than seven square miles. The department employs fourteen sworn officers, two administrative staff in our Records Division, and several public safety cadets. Through on-going professional development, community partnerships and a strong team environment, our police department’s focus is on keeping Marysville a safe community.
The Department's mission is to establish partnerships within the community, to implement new ideas and concepts and to maintain a safe environment for all. The promotion of good will, community respect, trust and confidence in the department will continue to be of the highest priority.
Police Department News
Marysville Police Department is hosting a golf outing on June 3, 2023. Proceeds from the event will be used to support the purchase a new police dog, following the retirement of Heiko our former police dog. Play begins at 9:00AM with a shotgun start at the Marysville Golf Course. Please click here for registration information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Lost & Found: For lost or found items contact the Police Department at (810) 364-6300.
Hunting: Hunting is not allowed in the City of Marysville. Firearms, including BB guns, are not to be discharged in the city.
Pistol Permit: When obtaining a permit to purchase a pistol there is a $10 notary fee. Permits are good for ten days. When applying for a permit, a criminal history is run on your name and a true or false questionnaire is given. If approved it will be issued while you wait.
Curfew: For minors under twelve years of age curfew is 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. seven days a week unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. For minors twelve years through sixteen years curfew is 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and 12 midnight to 6 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights.
Snow Ordinance Parking: This ordinance is in effect from December 1 to April 1. During this time, parking is not allowed on streets or avenues between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.