Edmonds Memorial Cemetery

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History

Mayor Gary Haakenson formed the Citizens Committee on U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement in the summer of 2006. The catalyst for implementing this committee was Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels’ U.S. Climate Protection Agreement, which Mayor Haakenson signed onto in April 2005. (You can find out more about the agreement and Mayor Nickels’ work on climate protection at www.seattle.gov/climate.)  

Mayor Haakenson’s column in the Edmonds edition of The Enterprise on July 14, 2006 asked for interested community members to contact him if they wanted to serve on the committee. Several people responded, and the citizens committee was formed. In addition to the community members, City staff serving on the committee are: Mayor Dave Earling, Public Works Director Phil Williams, Recycling Coordinator Steve Fisher, and Environmental Education Coordinator Sally Lider.

Mission

1. Encourage citizens to be a part of the solution
2. Encourage City staff and citizens to conserve current resources
3. Work with the City Council to implement ideas
4. Effectively address the future impacts of climate change

Edmonds Memorial Cemetery Map

Memorial Cemetery

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Edmonds Memorial Cemetery
& Columbarium
820 15th St SW
Edmonds, WA 98020
425-771-4741
For information and appointments
call or email the Cemetery office. 

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