The City's fiber conduit and cable have been repaired at 165th & Aurora from the previous damage in May. The City of Seattle is scheduling to splice back into the repaired segment on Thursday 7/30. The repair window is scheduled from 7pm (Thursday 7/30) to 6 am ( Friday 7/31). Access to City systems, email and internet will be unavailable during this period.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Free recycling opportunity for fluorescent, CFL, and HID light bulbsI Multiple locations available nearby! Go to www.lightrecycle.org or click below!
Marina Beach Master Plan - Final Open House
Wednesday, July 8 from 6-7:30pm
Edmonds Plaza Room (above the Library) 650 Main Street
More info here
Momentum Builds for Improved Rail Crossings with Added Funding from BNSF Railway. See press release
July 9th Community Discussion Includes Update from Swedish/Edmonds Edmonds, WA
- Mayor Dave Earling and staff will host a community discussion with a question and answer session and an update from Swedish/Edmonds on its campus expansion project at the first Town Hall meeting of this year on Thursday, July 9, from 6:30-8:30pm. The event will take place in the Swedish Edmonds 4th
Floor Auditorium at 21601 76th
Avenue West in Edmonds. read more
Japanese exchange students need host families for two weeks this summer
(Edmonds, WA) Every summer the Edmonds Sister City Commission coordinates a two-week exchange of middle-school and high-school students between Edmonds and our sister city, Hekinan, Japan. read more
(Edmonds - WA)
The City of Edmonds 2015 Waterline Replacement Project is scheduled to begin construction the week of June 2nd
, 2015. The project will replace existing waterlines, at ten different locations within the City: read more
City Seeks Citizen to Serve on Economic Development Commission. See press release here
Application form here
State Legislature Approves $500,000 for Edmonds Railroad Crossing Alternatives Analysis
Edmonds, WA - It’s a critical first step in addressing the issue of increasing train traffic blocking the Edmonds waterfront. The 2015-2017 transportation current law budget passed today by the State Legislature would make $500,000 available to Edmonds for completion of an Alternatives Analysis study. read more