About the AMMIC

About the Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center

The Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center (AMMIC) is a hub of industrial activity that is the second-largest Manufacturing/Industrial Center in Snohomish County.

The AMMIC includes a total land area within the MIC boundaries of 4,019 acres, of which 57% is in Arlington and 43% lies in Marysville. Nearly 1,762 acres, or about 44%, of the AMMIC land area consists of lands with the capacity for additional development, including partially-used sites, redevelopable sites and vacant sites.

The AMMIC is located within regional economic centers, and is close to Paine Field and Interstate 5. State Routes 99, 531, and 530 connect the AMMIC directly to I-5. Given the nearby manufacturing hub centered on Boeing at Paine Field, plus the presence of relatively affordable housing, a large manufacturing workforce resides within easy access of the AMMIC.

The AMMIC’s mix of large amounts of developable property and its proximity to transportation assets like the Arlington and Paine Field airports and the BNSF main line and spur, make it an attractive site for industrial activities.

Market Study

The cities of Arlington and Marysville jointly funded a Market Study for the Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center which was completed in August 2016.

Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center Subarea Plan
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