Now that local businesses are allowed to reopen their doors, many local municipal governments are also beginning to reopen for in person services. Randy Fernandez, City Manager for Marysville, says city hall has effectively reopened as of Monday. Fernandez says residents will notice some changes, including being asked to wear a face covering and social distancing will be practiced between staff and citizens. Marysville City Hall will be open from 8am until 4:30pm. The Port Huron Municipal Office Center also reopened Monday, as did the township hall in Fort Gratiot.
Marysville City Manager Randy Fernandez also says work has begun on the new SC4 soccer field and track at Morton Park in Marysville. The $2.2-million dollar project was delayed slightly due to the coronavirus pandemic, however it is still expected to be completed in time for the fall. Not only will the new facilities at Morton Park be the home of the SC4 Skippers Women’s soccer team, but they will also be available for Marysville residents to use as well.