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English: Marysville — county seat of Yuba County, northern California.


city in California, United States

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  • city in the United States
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LocationYuba County, California, Pacific States Region
  • 12,844 (2020)
  • 9.283714km² (2010)
Elevation above sea level
  • 62ft
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Category:Marysville, California - Wikimedia Commons (5)39°08′45″N, 121°35′29″W
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This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.


  • Buildings in Marysville, California(6 C, 28 F)


  • Chinatown, Marysville(1 C, 1 F)


  • HIM - Marysville 2007(8 F)


  • Marysville Assembly Center(4 F)


  • People of Marysville, California(6 C, 3 F)

  • Postcards of Marysville, California(2 F)


  • Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Marysville, Yuba County, California(4 C, 9 F)

Media in category "Marysville, California"

The following 35 files are in this category, out of 35 total.

  • Yuba County California Incorporated and Unincorporated areas Marysville Highlighted.svg900 × 700; 128 KB

  • CAMap-doton-Marysville.png209 × 230; 4 KB

  • Olivehurst, 2 miles south of Marysville, Yuba County, California. Air view of the city of Marysville . . . - NARA - 521573.jpg3,000 × 2,259; 2.39 MB

  • A sign announcing the $10.8 million Marysville Ring Levee project (5081891238).jpg5,616 × 3,744; 9.15 MB

  • Advertisem*nt for Metropolitan Hair Cutting and Shaving Saloon.png762 × 480; 550 KB

  • Bok Kai Parade.JPG2,304 × 1,728; 1.65 MB

  • Brig. Gen. David Turner tours Marysville ring levee project (13898034778).jpg3,264 × 4,928; 6.75 MB

  • California - Mare Island Navy through Mission Creek - NARA - 23934533.jpg3,456 × 2,672; 1.45 MB

  • California - Mare Island Navy through Mission Creek - NARA - 23934535.jpg3,456 × 2,672; 1.43 MB

  • California - Mare Island Navy through Mission Creek - NARA - 23934537.jpg3,456 × 2,672; 1.76 MB

  • Col. Bill Leady joining state and local agency representatives to break ground on construction to strengthen the 7.6-mile-long ring levee that surrounds the city of Marysville.jpg5,616 × 3,744; 8.86 MB

  • Col. Bill Leady taking a moment to acknowledge a feline attendee of a ground-breaking ceremony for the Marysville Ring Levee in Marysville, California.jpg3,744 × 5,616; 8.15 MB

  • Corps moves forward with Marysville Ring Levee project (5940759639).jpg3,744 × 5,616; 7.58 MB

  • Corps moves forward with Marysville Ring Levee project (5940760695).jpg3,744 × 5,616; 7.16 MB

  • Corps moves forward with Marysville Ring Levee project (5941478556).jpg5,616 × 3,744; 8.46 MB

  • Elvis Lives - Marysville, California - Sarah Stierch.jpg4,032 × 3,024; 10.35 MB

  • FEMA - 1159 - Photograph by Andrea Booher taken on 01-04-1997 in California.jpg300 × 204; 21 KB

  • Beale Air Force Base, Perimeter Acquisition Vehicle Entry Phased-Array Warning System, Techinical Equipment Building, End of Spencer Paul Road, north of Warren Shingle Road (14th HAER CA-319-A-8.tif4,399 × 5,434; 22.8 MB

  • History of Yuba County, California, with illustrations descriptive of its scenery, residences, public buildings, fine blocks and manufactories (1879) (14598337650).jpg3,278 × 2,364; 856 KB

  • Interior - Beale Air Force Base, Perimeter Acquisition Vehicle Entry Phased-Array Warning System, Gate House, End of Spencer Paul Road, north of Warren Shingle Road (14th Street), HAER CA-319-E-3.tif5,528 × 4,426; 23.34 MB

  • John Garamendi at Marysville Exchange Club Peace Officers of the Year dinner.jpg1,512 × 2,016; 456 KB

  • Looking north - Beale Air Force Base, Perimeter Acquisition Vehicle Entry Phased-Array Warning System, Electric Substation, End of Spencer Paul Road, north of Warren Shingle Road (14th HAER CA-319-K-1.tif5,409 × 4,393; 22.66 MB

  • Marysville Banner.jpg2,895 × 414; 629 KB

  • Marysville California Christmas Toy Run.JPG1,121 × 782; 659 KB

  • Marysville Christmas Parade.JPG960 × 683; 296 KB

  • Marysville, Yuba County, California. Another view of Marysville Auto Park near the D Street Bridge. - NARA - 521797.jpg3,000 × 2,323; 1.8 MB

  • Marysville, Yuba County, California. Another view of squatter camp of 52 agricultural worker familie . . . - NARA - 521740.jpg3,000 × 2,427; 1.51 MB

  • Marysville, Yuba County, California. Another view...of squatter shacks under the D Street Bridge. - NARA - 521735.jpg3,000 × 2,415; 1.14 MB

  • Marysville, Yuba County, California. Marysville Auto Park, a private auto camp, just outside of town . . . - NARA - 521796.jpg3,000 × 2,341; 1.27 MB

  • Marysville, Yuba County, California. Squatter shacks under D Street Bridge.... On edge of old Califo . . . - NARA - 521734.jpg3,000 × 2,346; 1.12 MB

  • MarysvilleEllisLake.jpg1,008 × 712; 288 KB

  • Rice Dryer Solar Project.jpg2,895 × 1,546; 1.88 MB

  • California SD-04 (2011).svg1,450 × 1,680; 55 KB

  • Triumphs and wonders of the 19th century, the true mirror of a phenomenal era, a volume of original, entertaining and instructive historic and descriptive writings, showing the many and marvellous (14596942840).jpg2,976 × 1,712; 1.24 MB

  • Visions of the Fall, Dead leaves in the fall. Marysville, California, November 1940. - Flickr - polkbritton.jpg2,507 × 1,858; 3.99 MB

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Category:Marysville, California - Wikimedia Commons (2024)


What is Marysville, CA famous for? ›

Marysville is a city in California near Yuba City that is distinctive for being named after a survivor of the Donner Party, Mary Murphy, and being known as the "Gateway to The Gold Fields" during the California gold rush era, as it served as a pitstop for riverboats coming up from Sacramento.

How did Marysville, California get its name? ›

Along with land development came government and the name Marysville. The name was chosen in deference to Covillaud's new wife, Mary Murphy who was a survivor of the ill-fated Donner Party. Shortly afterward, Marysville was incorporated by the new California legislature and the first mayor was elected in 1851.

What county is Marysville, California in? ›

Marysville CCD, Yuba County, California is a city, town, place equivalent, and township located in Yuba County, California.

What is the demographics of Marysville CA? ›

Marysville, CA is home to a population of 12.7k people, from which 94.5% are citizens. As of 2022, 13.2% of Marysville, CA residents were born outside of the country (1.67k people). In 2022, there were 5.6 times more White (Non-Hispanic) residents (7.37k people) in Marysville, CA than any other race or ethnicity.

What is the crime rate in Marysville, CA? ›

With a crime rate of 34 per one thousand residents, Marysville has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes - from the smallest towns to the very largest cities. One's chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 30.

What is the Chinese history of Marysville? ›

The Marysville Chinatown is the last Chinatown of the gold rush era. It still has an active temple, the old Chinese school building, three Chinese associations and a traditional Chinese festival. Part of that forgotten history includes the role Chinese Americans have had in the development of modern Chinese history.

When was Marysville destroyed? ›

On 7 February 2009, a bushfire destroyed most of the town, including the primary school, police station, The Cumberland, and almost all of its houses.

What is the oldest little city in California? ›

Marysville, California
CountryUnited States
IncorporatedFebruary 5, 1851
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How deep is Ellis Lake in Marysville, California? ›

Ellis Lake is about 15 feet deep where the Kia ran off the road, Hudson said.

What happened to Yuba in One Piece? ›

During the Arabasta Arc, Yuba was almost as ruined as Erumalu due to the countless sandstorms hitting the place. The oasis where the town was built upon was nearly dried up due to the endless sand brought by said storms, with Toto desperately digging in the middle of Yuba in search of an underground reservoir.

Is Yuba City Republican? ›

Yuba is a strongly Republican county in presidential and congressional elections.

What is Yuba County known for? ›

One of California's original 27 counties founded on February 18th in 1850, Yuba County is California's gateway to the historic Mother Lode Country, with a diverse landscape that boasts grand rivers, thriving farmland, friendly communities and numerous recreational possibilities that extend into the Sierra foothills.

What is Marysville known for? ›

During the Roaring Twenties, the City earned the nickname "The Strawberry City" in recognition of the area's overabundance of the sweet, fruity berries, which are celebrated -- and eaten -- annually in June with the Strawberry Festival and Grand Parade.

How is living in Marysville CA? ›

Living in Marysville offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Marysville there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Marysville and residents tend to lean conservative.

Who was Marysville named after? ›

The City of Marysville, named after Mary Murphy Covillaud, a Donner party survivor and wife of the mayor, is seated in Yuba County at the confluence of the Feather and Yuba Rivers, forty miles north of Sacramento and fifteen miles west of the Sierra Nevada foothills.

Does Marysville have a beach? ›

Chrysler Beach is a popular year-round destination along Marysville's riverfront and is a wonderful spot to cool off during those 'Dog Days' of summer. Bring the kids down to enjoy one of the few sandy beaches along the St. Clair River.


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