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The City of Edmonds has launched a new Facebook page as part of its ongoing effort to enhance communications with the community. The City adopted its social media policy last Fall, with the goal of launching a Facebook page in the new year.

“We recognize the value of this popular tool in the digital age and feel the City’s new Facebook page constitutes a real step forward towards our goal of reaching out and engaging the community to an even greater degree,” says Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling.

In addition to posting news and announcements to the City website, representatives from each City department can now also regularly contribute content to the City of Edmonds Facebook page as an additional communications tool. Facebook users will be able to read, ‘like,’ share and comment on City posts.

“We hope to make this a fun, informative, interactive site to help communicate and celebrate Edmonds' events, announcements and achievements,” says Economic Development and Community Services Director Patrick Doherty. “With so many of us relying on social media to stay informed, we’re excited to offer this additional communication platform to the community.”

Click on the Facebook icon to access the City's Facebook page.

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