Marysville city officials and fire district staff gathered at the Marysville Library to remember 9/11 again this year.
This year's ceremony was held online due to COVID-19.
"It is my hope that by sharing this ceremony online it will make it more available to people in our community," said Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring.
Nehring recounted the day when terrorists hijacked four planes and targeted New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
"Many of us vividly recall that morning 19 years ago when our country was forever changed," said Nehring. "With each year that passes these awful terror attacks become more distant and for most students today, 9/11 is history."
After two planes stuck the World Trade Center towers, thousands were evacuated through the help of firefighters and other first responders.