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Marysville’s block grant draft plan open for public review, comment

Marysville, Wash., January 7, 2022 – The City of Marysville has opened its Community Development Block Grant Draft Annual Action Plan for Program Year 2022 for public review and comment. The draft plan provides specific actions in 2022 to serve low- and moderate-income residents in alignment with the adopted 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan. 

The city expects to receive $365,000 in CDBG federal funds in 2022. The draft plan recommends using those funds to support capital projects and public services including minor home repair, Meals on Wheels and chore services for senior citizens, the Marysville Community Food Bank, and Boys & Girls Club of Snohomish County, among others.

Public review and comment is now open.

  • Written comments must be received no later than 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 7. Email ahess@marysvillewa.gov or write to Amy Hess, Senior Planner, Marysville Community Development, 80 Columbia Ave., Marysville WA 98270.
  • Oral comments may be made at a virtual public meeting at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 10.

Comments received will be considered by the Citizen Advisory Committee for Housing and Community Development before forwarding a recommendation to the City Council. A summary of and response to any comments received will be included in the final Annual Action Plan.

The City Council will hold a public hearing and consider approval of the Annual Action Plan at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 28, at Marysville City Hall. Public comments will be accepted in person and via Zoom. 

Find plan details and instructions about how to participate and comment in virtual meetings at https://www.marysvillewa.gov/434/Community-Development-Block-Grants,

For more information, email Amy Hess, Senior Planner, at ahess@marysvillewa.gov.

To request the Draft Annual Action Plan in an alternative format, please contact the Community Development department at 360-363-8100 (voice) or 800-833-6399 (TDD).

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