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Visit a Park

To get more information about Edmonds Parks click here.
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Urban Forest Management Plan

We are in the process of developing an Urban Forest Management Plan. Click here for up-to-date project info.

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Edmonds Street Waterfront Connector

Click here to learn more about the project.
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Edmonds Housing Strategy

Follow along at the project website
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Highway 99 Corridor / Subarea Planning

The Highway 99 Subarea Plan is a vision for land use and transportation along the corridor.  You can find more information here.
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76th Ave & 212th St Intersection Improvements

Click here for project information and updates.

As part of our ongoing effort to maintain city infrastructure while simultaneously advancing our climate and sustainability goals, the Public Works and Utilities Department is pleased to announce the completion of another valuable project at the Edmonds wastewater treatment plant. The recent installation of an energy-saving screw press and conveyor system will dramatically improve plant operations, while generating significant savings from energy use and maintenance cost reductions. Not only does this state-of-the-art system replace a failing belt-press after 30 years of service, but it will also save more than $130,000 per year in operating costs for decades to come. We are also pleased to announce that Snohomish PUD has recently approved this project to receive an efficiency rebate in the amount of $103,860.

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High efficiency screw-press dewatering system and screw conveyor allows for improved processing, enhanced working conditions for staff, and 24 hour operation.

Over the course of the last 5 years, the city has worked with a specialized energy services company to complete seven major projects at the wastewater plant, and across a variety of city facilities. Projects have ranged from upgrade of HVAC, lighting and controls in buildings, to retrofitting industrial process equipment and air diffuser systems at the wastewater plant. These improvements are helping the city save energy and associated utility costs, in addition to reducing maintenance and operation costs.

In order to reduce risk for the city, these projects have been completed using Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) through the state energy program. ESPC projects are delivered with guaranteed not-to-exceed pricing, guaranteed performance of the new systems, and guaranteed energy savings which are measured and verified. An additional benefit of the ESPC project approach is the availability of third party incentive funding for the most efficient projects. The State of Washington and Snohomish PUD have taken notice of our continuing efforts by providing over $1,024,000 in combined grants and incentives to support ongoing efforts to improve our city and conserve resources including electricity, natural gas and fuel oil.

Collectively, these ESPC projects have reduced the city’s annual operating costs by over $300,000 per year (at current energy prices) and improved our infrastructure. Although our growing population increases the flows and demands on our wastewater system, this graph shows these projects have had a significant impact on our efficiency, resulting in a declining trend in energy use at the plant.

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These seven energy-saving projects were selected based on impact and need, and are part of a planned approach for making the city more resilient and efficient. In addition to the cost efficiencies these projects deliver, they also help the staff and citizens of Edmonds live up to our commitments to achieve our climate and sustainability goals. To date, we have reduced our carbon footprint by over 4 million pounds of CO2 per year. We have additional projects under consideration that will provide additional savings and modernization, so please stay tuned.

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EnviroStars Celebrates 1st Anniversary

More than 150 businesses recognized in 1st year of state EnviroStars Program. For more information click here

City Seeks Applicants for Citizen Economic Development Commission Vacancy

City seeks applicants for Citizen Economic Development Commission. For more information click here.

Edmonds Diversity Films Series Second Season Starts in October

The City of Edmonds second season of Diversity Film Series starts this month. October kick-off features Japanese Internment-Era Sagas with a local connection. For more information click here

Edmonds Diversity Commission to Host 3rd Annual "World Cafe"

The Edmonds Diversity Commission will host the third annual "World Cafe" ~ community discussions on diversity, equity and inclusion.  For more information click here.

Diversity Commission Offers Small Grants

The City of Edmonds Diversity Commission is announcing the opening of the application period for the first round of 2019 grant awards. For more information click here.

New Video Promotes Edmonds Tourism

Release of Short Video Kicks off Community Video Contest

(Edmonds, WA) - The City of Edmonds is launching a new tourism video and creating a contest to invite the community to join in creating fun videos to share Edmonds’ best. While tourism-promotion has been a staple of the City’s economic development program for many years, for the first time video is becoming a key component of Edmonds’ tourism-promotion efforts. read more


Student Representative Being Sought for Citizens' Tree Board

A student representative is being sought to serve on the Edmonds Citizens’ Tree Board. The Tree Board actively encourages the planting, protecting, and maintaining of trees for long-term community benefit.  

“The Tree Board is a great community resource,” Chair Doug Peterson recently noted, “and the student representative position is a special opportunity.” 

More information about the Tree Board is on the City’s website at:  http://www.edmondswa.gov/tree-board.html. 

See the full press release here. 

Flag Lowering for National Patriot Day

flag half staffTuesday, September 11, 2018 until sunset ~ flags are to be flown at half-staff in observance of national Patriot Day, the annual memorial to the victims of the 2001 tragedy.

Edmonds' annual ceremony remembering the victims of September 11 will take place Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 9:11 am at the Fallen Firefighters Memorial at South County Fire Station 17 located at 275 Sixth Ave. N., Edmonds.

"Creating Stellar Stores" Retail Seminar - September 26

A retail seminar "Creating Stellar Stores" will be held on September 26. For more information click here. See flier here.

City Seeks Student Volunteers to Help Launch Youth Commission

City of Edmonds seeks student volunteers to help launch newly formed Youth Commission. For more information click here

Save the Date for Mayor Earling's Next Town Hall

std(Edmonds, WA)  – Mark your calendars for your next opportunity to hear and respond to the latest updates from Mayor Dave Earling and City Directors at a Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, September 19th, from 6:30-8:30pm at North Sound Center (formerly Edmonds Conference Center) located at 201 4th Ave N. Mayor Earling and his staff will host the community discussion that will include a question and answer session.

“My staff and I are always working to improve communications with our community, and these Town Halls offer a great opportunity for us to engage directly with the community and offer critical feedback on the issues of the day,” says Mayor Earling.

The Mayor and City Directors will each provide brief presentations and be available to address questions and comments from the community.

The meeting is open to the public. Community members are invited to attend to discuss current issues, ask questions and provide feedback.

For questions or more information, please contact the Mayor’s Office at 425.771.0247 or carolyn.lafave@edmondswa.gov. press release


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