Marysville News

City Hall ribbon-cutting set Nov. 22

By ThisWeek Community News  • 

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for Marysville's new City Hall is scheduled at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 22, at 209 S. Main St.

The departments and offices relocating from the old City Hall, 125 E. Sixth St., include administrative offices such as the mayor, law director and human resources; the city council/clerk of council; the finance and public service departments; and information technology.

The new City Hall telephone number will be 937-645-7350. Other phone numbers and fax numbers will be posted on the city's website,

This is the third new building in a series of infrastructure upgrades that began after voters approved a half-percent income tax increase May 4, 2010, to pay for a new police station, city services building and fire station.

A $13.1-million police and court facility at the corner of West Fifth Street and Raymond Road opened in April 2012 and a $4.7-million fire station on County Home Road was dedicated Sept. 11, 2012.

Mayor John Gore presented Marysville City Council with a plan last year to continue the overhaul of city infrastructure and build a new City Hall and fire station at the site of the city's old fire station on South Main Street. Construction began in October 2012 on the $5.7-million facility

The old city hall on East Sixth Street will be demolished to make way for a $1.16-million project that will include a new pavilion and park called Partners Park.