Register of Historic Places - The Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission maintains the Edmonds Register of Historic Places, listing sites that have been formally "designated" as historic places in Edmonds. There are a number of potential benefits available to properties listed on the Edmonds Register of Historic Places. Check here for a summary of these benefits, and how you can get your property listed on the Edmonds Register.
Survey of Historic Places - In addition, a survey of historic sites in the downtown area was completed in 2004-2005; the survey identified sites that are potentially eligible for listing in the Edmonds Register. A copy of the survey can be downloaded here. Also available are a map and simple list of the sites surveyed.
Other Resources - We also have a short video (4.1 MB "mov" file) explaining the Edmonds historic preservation program.
External Links and Resources -
Weatherization Guide for Older and Historic Buildings - information from the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The latest issue of "The Preservationist" has been published and is available here.
Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission
c/o Edmonds Planning Division
121 5th Ave N
Edmonds WA 98020
Hours: M-F, 8am to 4:30pm
The commission meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third floor of City Hall on the second Thursday of each month. (Meetings are subject to change.)