(Edmonds – WA)
On the heels of a very successful Perrinville Town Hall meeting in June, Mayor Dave Earling has scheduled a second Town Hall for Thursday, September 11th
at the new Community Health Center of Snohomish County
located at 23320 Hwy. 99 in Edmonds from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. read more
CONSTRUCTION NOTICE: 2014 Pavement Preservation Program (Edmonds – WA)
Snohomish County maintenance crews will be applying Bituminous Surface Treatments – or “chip seals” – to several local streets the week of July 21st
. read more
200th St SW Road Closure
Between 76th Avenue West and 80th Avenue West
(Edmonds – WA) The City’s contractor has encountered unexpected soil conditions during deep excavation for the new sewer main in 200th St SW, west of 76th Avenue as part of the City’s annual sewermain replacement project.
Due to soil conditions and public safety, 200th St SW between 76th Ave W and 80th Ave West is closed to through traffic until the new sewermain is completed, expected to be July 23, 2014. Local access will remain open to residents, first responders, mail, garbage, and recycling services for the duration of construction in that area.
Click here for Press Release
The City of Edmonds is providing a limited number of free water-saver kits to its customers this year. There are two types of water-saver kits available on a first-come first-serve basis, while supplies last. At this time there is also a limited supply of free automatic shut-off watering timer devices - for use with lawn sprinklers or drip irrigation hoses. Click here for more information.
(Edmonds - WA)
the City of Edmonds' Strategic Action Plan is a merit award winner int he Governor's 2014 Smart Communities Award program, as announced by Mayor Dave Earling. read more
for Governor Inslee's official announcement.
(Edmonds - WA)
In an effort to increase communication between the City and Edmonds residents, Mayor Dave Earling has scheduled the first in a series of town hall meetings he plans to host throughout Edmonds. First up - Perrinville... read more
The City of Everett, purveyor of potable water to the south Snohomish County region, has published their recommended lawn watering calendar for the summer of 2014. Click here
to view, download, and print the calendar. Physical copies are available at the Edmonds Public Works Operations and Maintenance Center located at 7110 210th St SW.
Are you interested in serving the Edmonds' community? City of Edmonds Boards and Commissions are a great way to do that. Here's a list of current openings:
• Architectural Design Board
• Arts Commission Student Representative
• Cemetery Board
• Historic Preservation Commission
• Library Board
• Planning Board
• Sister City Commission
• Tree Board Student Representative
You can find out more about each of these openings and get an application by going to the Boards and Commissions Openings webpage
. You can also contact the Mayor's Office by phone @ 425.771.0247 or email at
The Edmonds Sister City Commission has extended the deadline for applciations for the 2014 Student Exchange program with Hekinan Japan. read more
(Edmonds - WA)
The City's most recently hired department director Roger Neumaier has submitted his letter of resignation to Mayor Dave Earling, effective January 31, 2014. read more
The deadline for accepting applications for the City of Edmonds Council Position #6 vacancy closed on 1/17/2014 at 4:30 p.m. The Council is now in the process of filling that vacancy. The Council received applications from the following (listed in alphabetic order):
1. Deborah Anderson
2. Steve Bernheim
3. Kathleen Dewhirst
4. Harry Gatjens
5. Randy Hayden
6. Tim E. Healy
7. Philip Lopresti
8. Thomas W Mesaros
9. Carreen Nordling Rubenkonig
10. Alvin A. Rutledge
11. Timothy A. Schell
12. Stephen C. Schroeder
13. Val Stewart (Withdrew application.)
14. Neil Tibbott
15. Ron Wambolt
(Edmonds – WA)
Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling was informed today of the resignation of Edmonds City Councilmember Frank Yamamoto effective December 31, 2013. Councilmember Yamamoto cited health concerns as the reason for his resignation. Mr. Yamamoto has been on the City Council since January of 2012. press release
(Edmonds – WA) Due to unforeseen circumstances, special counsel Carol Morris is unable to attend the December 3rd City Council meeting. As a result, the review of the Building 10 Findings and Conclusions, regarding the appeals of the ADB’s approval of Building 10, will be continued to a future date. The item has been moved to the December 17, 2013 Council meeting for council discussion and potential action.
For Information on the 76th Ave Waterline Project click here
For Additional Information from the City of Lynnwood click here
The City of Edmonds is now offering automatic credit and debit card payment options for customers of City’s water, sewer, and stormwater drainage utility services. To enroll please visit the City’s website for utility billing at https://ubweb.edmonds.wa.us/. For questions, please call (425) 771-0241 or email at
At the October 1, 2013 City Council Meeting Mayor Earling presented the 2014 budget. For a video of his presentation please click here
To see the 2014 City of Edmonds Budget please click here
(Edmonds – WA)
The City of Edmonds is currently accepting applications for the Landscape Architect position on the Architectural Design Board. read more
Rights of Passage...
The prospect of mile-long coal trains making regular, labored transit of the state's rail lines signals a quandary faced by many local communities: how do they balance the competing priorities of economic development and livability when they're literally caught on two sides of the tracks? By Ted Katauskas
This month the Hazel Miller Foundation awarded the Edmonds Sister City Commission a grant to partially fund some of the cultural and community events of the 25th anniversary celebration of the City's sister city relationship with Hekinan, Japan. This financial award will provide much needed assistance to the Edmonds community in hosting the Japanese delegation during their stay from October 29th through November 4th, 2013.
The Edmonds Sister City Commission anticipates that nearly forty citizens of Hekinan will travel with their delegation this autumn, and continues to explore creative ways the community can participate in hosting our Japanese friends. "This will be a big help towards making this important anniversary celebration a success," says Edmonds Sister City Commission Chair Michelle Van Tassell, "this is a big cultural event for our community and we are delighted that the Hazel Miller Foundation was so willing to support our efforts. But even so, we still have a good way to go if we are going to be able to return the generosity they showed our delegation."
In April, Mayor Dave Earling led a delegation of Edmonds citizens to Hekinan in celebration of the two cities' quarter century anniversary of their sister city relationship. The Edmonds Sister City Commission encourages citizens interested in supporting the anniversary celebrations to reach out with support. "This is truly a community effort," says Mayor Earling, "caring for our friends and visitors is a core value here in Edmonds."
(Edmonds - WA)
The Sister City Commission is seeking a volunteer to fill a recent opening on the Commission, which consists of 12 non-paid volunteers serving three-year terms. read more
The City of Edmonds Arts Commission 2013 Literary and Performing Arts Scholarships. View press release.
The City of Edmonds Invites Community to the Edmonds Arts Summit June 29th View the press release
The Edmonds Public Facilities Districts is accepting appliations for a Communications Manager. See position posting here.
Application may be printed here