Marysville Police Department

  • Agency: Marysville Police Department
  • Address: 316 6th Street, Marysville, 95901 CA
  • Chief: Wallace C Fullerton (Chief of Police)
Phone: (530) 749-3900
Fax: (530) 749-3990

Marysville Police Department is located at 316 6th Street, Marysville, 95901 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Wallace C Fullerton. The Marysville Police Department phone number is (530) 749-3900.

Marysville Police Department News

Sutter Union High School varsity football will be selling Paradise Strong (P strong with wings and a halo) at next Friday’s Sutter home game. All proceeds go to fire victims. UPDATE: Chief Sachs will be getting these stickers tomorrow afternoon. They will be the size of the SU stickers on the side of the helmet and they are $5 each. All proceeds will be forwarded to Sutter Union High Football to provide support to the victims in the Camp Fire. Contact Chief Sachs at MPD to support P Strong.

Update: 6:30pm

Good source of information.

Update #campfire

For evacuees with pets. It is amazing to see all of the help flow in!

Today Officer Culver recognized a stolen vehicle from a Facebook post. The vehicle was recovered safely and returned to the owners at Lambert Ranch. Congratulations Officer Culver your diligence and attention to detail bring great credit upon yourself, the Police Department and the City of Marysville.

Marysville Police Department continues to support on going operations in support of #campfire in Butte County. Currently there are no reported fires threatening the City of Marysville. This has allowed our officers to be freed up to support on going operations in Butte County.

Due to air quality in the City of Marysville the decision has been made to cancel the Veterans Parade today. Thank you.

Update just posted on CalFire 7:30am 11/11/18

The Veteran's Day parade has been cancelled.

Do you want to help the victims of #campfire but don’t know where to go? to complete an application. From Butte County Sheriff’s Twitter page:

Thank you everyone who helped us get diapers!

Marysville, CA (November 8, 2018) – In the early morning hours of November 8, 2018, Marysville Police Department (MPD) responded to a mutual aid request from Butte County Sheriff’s Department for the “Campfire” Fire. Both yesterday and today, MPD immediately deployed four two-person teams to assist with evacuations and life safety support. They spent 12 hours driving from town to town, street to street, assisting with evacuations and security patrols. All total, there have been eight officers per day, including both permanent and reserves. MPD Reserve Sgt. Robert Hess was on the first deployment last night and returned early this morning for his second deployment with his partner, Reserve Captain Dave Baker. By day, Reserve Sgt. Hess is also the Senior Director of Loss Prevention and Safety for SaveMart. On weekends and during special events, he works as a Reserve Sergeant with the MPD. Yesterday, Hess arrived in Paradise to find the SaveMart store he oversees, still standing in the midst of raging fire all around. Hess contacted SaveMart management and, working together, they collected and donated essential perishable goods from the store to emergency personnel fighting the fire and to evacuees in the area. Today, with the support of Savemart management, Reserve Sgt. Hess and Reserve Captain Baker escorted trucks to the same store and finished loading up the truck with the remaining perishable food and goods to distribute to those in the greatest need of emergency support and to first responders. When asked to respond, Chief of Police Sachs had this to say: “I am honored to have such great men and women working for the Marysville Police Department and serving our community and the region.” The Police Department will continue to help provide mutual assistance as needed to our neighboring agencies and communities during this tragic and devastating event. #campfire

Thank you to everyone who showed up to today's Coffee With A Cop. Lost of information was put out to the citizens of Marysville. We appreciate your support and willingness to help the victims of #campfire. We are so grateful for the incredible level of commitment and dedication from our citizens!

Evacuation Center open at Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds (442 Franklin Avenue, Yuba City).

More information can be located about the efforts to support the needs of people evacuating from Butte County at the Yuba County Office of Emergency Services Facebook and twitter pages.

Here are some photos from last night #campfire. MPD Officers and first responders from all over Northern California continue to support ongoing operations in Butte County. Our hearts go out to everyone impacted. Today the fight continues.

Marysville Police Officers have responded to the Butte County fire to assist with mandatory evacuations. Be mindful of emergency vehicles traveling through the city of Marysville. If emergency lights and siren are on, please move to the right side of the road and stop.

Tonight Marysville City Council honored Military Veterans at the city council meeting in celebration of Veterans Day November 11th. To the men and women who dedicated their lives to serving our great nation, past, present, and future; we THANK you from the bottom of our hearts. Your sacrifices small or great do not go unnoticed and unappreciated. Join Chief Sachs and the Marysville City Council in celebrating our veterans! Post a photo of family members, friends, or loved ones who served in the armed services... Let’s honor these incredible men and women!

Detective Liebman and Officer Fischetti stopped up at Kynoch Elementary to interact with parents and children enjoying the festival today! The kids REALLY enjoyed meeting K9 Jake!

Marysville Levee District is conducting a control burn behind the Silver Dollar Saloon. This control burn will continue throughout the afternoon. The fire can also be seen when entering the City of Marysville via the E Street Bridge.

Here is some great information about K-9 Rocky and officer Culver.