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Remember to vote on April 26.

Click HERE to view the Levy Presentation - Renewing Our Commitment

Levy Presentation

Levy Poster

On April 26, 2022, Marysville School District will ask voters to renew their commitment to students and schools through two replacement levies. Successful passage of levies is critical for the educational programs and services students receive including extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, music, and the arts, access to modern technology and learning applications along with maintenance improvements of the facilities where students learn and grow.

Do you know how public schools are funded? Click HERE to learn more.

What's on the April 26 ballot? Click HERE to view the Snohomish County Auditor's official voters pamphlet. The full content of each Resolution submitted for the ballot is linked below:

Resolution No. 2022-14; Replacement Educational Programs and Operations Levy (Proposition 1)

Resolution No. 2022-15; Replacement Technology and Capital Projects Levy (Proposition 2)

Tax Savings

Go to https://www.msd25.org/page/capital-projects to view completed projects from the voter-approved 2018 replacement Capital Project and Technology Levy measures.

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Learn more about the April 26, 2022, Replacement Levy Measures
In this series of four short videos, Dr. Chris Pearson and Dave Cram explain replacement levies, funding and finances, transparency, what levies pay for, and more. View the first video in the series below or click on the link to view the full series:


Educational Programs and Operations Levy

Technology and Capital Projects Levy

Levy Funding and Finance

General Need to Know Information

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Remember to Vote on April 26!

Thank you, Marysville and Tulalip community members for your support of the replacement educational programs and operations levies that make a difference for students and schools. See images below sharing a part of what levy dollars help fund.

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Important Dates and Information

  • Election Day is Tuesday, April 26, 2022

  • Ballots will be mailed on or around April 5 and must be turned in by Election Day via mail or at any dropbox location by 8 p.m. on April 26, 2022

  • Property tax exemptions may be available to homeowners who are 61 or older, disabled, and meet certain income requirements. Go to https://snohomishcountywa.gov/328/Property-Tax-Exemptions to learn more and check your qualification status. Note: Income levels have changed and many senior citizens on a fixed income may now qualify.

Quick Facts

Proposition 1...

  • is the 2nd largest funding source for the Marysville School District's overall budget

  • is an investment in the future of our students and schools

  • provides necessary funding for enrichment activities

Proposition 2...

  • ensures students, families and the community receive the same level of service across learning environments

  • provides connectivity, hardware, software, and training for students and staff

  • provide students, families, and the community with 24/7 Wi-Fi access across all buildings, and funds routers, power sources, and wiring to maintain capacity and improve access and speeds

Replacement Levy


Are you registered to vote? Registering is easy! Go to www.Vote.gov. In order to vote in Snohomish County elections and local elections such as local levy measures, residents over age 18 must be registered.