Marysville City Hall209 N 8th St, Marysville, KS 66508
Marysville, the county seat of Marshall [MS] county, is a beautiful and prosperous town located near the Big Blue River of northern Kansas. It's a hilly location, the main downtown street slopes up from the west edge of town to a beautiful church. Shady streets lined with gracious Victorian homes add to its charm. There's a large bronze statue of a Pony Express Horse & Rider in the newly built Half Block Park, which is located between Hwy. 36 & Broadway on 7th Street. The city has built the Historic Trails Park, on the west side of town, to celebrate the many historical trails that crossed here. One of the displays is a replica of the old rope-powered ferry. (check with the Visitor Information Center for directions to the park) The City Park in southern Marysville has a sod house, a little red schoolhouse, a steam locomotive, a new theme playground and a 1901 Union Pacific Depot. It also has the famous black squirrels, they really are coal black.