Marysville is located within Snohomish County, Washington, USA. According to the 2010 census, the population was 60,020. Marysville is referred to as "The Strawberry City" due to the several strawberry farms which used to prominently surround the city in the past. All through the last decade, and continuing up until today, various types of industrial, residential and commercial growth have transformed this city. After Everett, Marysville ranks as the second largest city within the county.
There are a variety of several historic sites and places in the City of Marysville. Some of these include the Comeford Park, Ken Baxter Senior Center, Gehl House Jennings Park and the Marysville Water Tower. All of these are open to the people and do not require a fee to get into.