Extending four miles along the beautiful St. Clair River south of Port huron, the once small sawmill town of Marysville has grown into a thriving community with a projected 1995 population of over 10,000. Readily accessible to Interstates 94 and 69, rapidly expanding Port Huron and surrounding townships, the town nevertheless retains a close-knit, one high school feeling. A major Gratiot Road reconstruction will lead to a new four-lane highway through town. Demographics
Officials: Mayor: Gary Orr, Mayor Pro Tem: Joseph Johns, City Clerk: Carolyn East, Councilmembers: Thomas L. Anglebrandt, Richard Badley, Harry Dunn, III, Robert Sheehy, Craig A. Wagenschutz
City Hall: 1111 Delaware, north end of Stadium Drive. 810-364-6613
Businesses: The city has a thriving industrial and business base. Industrial parks east and west of Busha Highway and on Range Road offer room to grow and further land is rapidly becoming available as the city expands development to this industrial property.
Shopping: Several shopping malls along Gratiot Boulevard, Michigan and Huron offer a variety of retail outlets, from Marysville IGA in a southend mall to the expanding Gratiot Pointe Plaza at the north.
Library: Conveniently located near city hall and secondary schools, Marysville Public library has barrier free entrances, large print books, computers, audio cassettes and family video favorites.
Parks: 58-acre city park on St. Clair River, Morton Park, and Mermaid Park
Big Events: concerts in the park series in the bandshell in Marysville Park, July and August. Annual River Run sponsored by the Marysville Fire Department; Sports Boosters Family Fun Festival at the Junior High Field. Art in the park at the Marysville Park, classic car show, fall craft show, Santa Winter Wonderland.