East Sunnyside Neighborhood is the City of Marysville’s most southern neighborhood and is bordered by 64th in the north, Highway 9 in the east, Soper Hill Rd in the south and 52nd and 67th in the west.
Even though Kellogg Marsh is the larger neighborhood in terms of dwellings units and population, East Sunnyside Neighborhood has the greatest potential for growth in the coming years. There are many 5+ acre parcels that are being purchased to make way for Marysville’s latest new construction which is sectioned from 55th in the north, 83rd in the west, Highway 9 in the east and Soper Hill in the south.
East Sunnyside is 93% zoned for single family dwellings with 4% being community business and the remaining 3% zoned for multi-family (the recreational zoning is too small to make a major influence in the designations). Scattered through East Sunnyside are some small but developing communities like Hawthorn Hill, Westhaven Court, Eastwood Hills Division 1 and Eastwood Hills Division 2.
– 1,585.3 Acres
– Dwelling Units 910
– Population 2,349
– Employment 34
Parks & Recreation
Deering Wildflower Acres is a 30 acre recreational area that was donated to the City of Marysville in 1996 by Western Washington University. It was originally used as a outdoor laboratory and Nature Conservancy. For the City of Marysville to retain usage rights, it must keep the Deering Wildflower Acres in its natural state “for scientific, educational and aesthetic purposes.”