You can find information on the history of this project here. The current draft of the specific zoning code proposal can be viewed here.
The City Council has scheduled another public hearing for October 7, 2014, as well as Council study sessions for September 23 and October 14, 2014. You can follow the process by referring to the various online agendas for each meeting, as they are posted.
The final two Solarize South County (Edmonds!) workshops are scheduled for October 1st and 12th... attend to find out how YOU can take advantage of current rebates, credits and incentives to have an affordable residential solar installation on your home! See more details here or send an email to
Saturday October 4, 2014 10:30-12:00
Keeley O'Connell, Restoration Ecologist, and Todd Zachey, Marine Biologist, Tulalip Tribes, will educate the public about the Nearshore environment and what our community needs to do to restore native salmon populations. Invited groups include:
Mayor Earling and Edmonds City Council
Edmonds Committees, Boards, and Commissions
WWU Marine Ecology students
Edmonds Woodway Students Saving Salmon
Meet at Harbor Square Athletic Club by Edmonds Marsh. Dress for the weather and walking. Should be fun and educational! Treats provided.
The new 2009 Washington State Energy Code is effective beginning January 1, 2011. Click here to see the most significant changes to the residential energy code.
Attention - Residential Fire Sprinklers
Effective November 29, 2010 – All newly constructed single family homes, duplexes and townhouses with over 3,000 square feet of floor area (living space) are required to have an automatic fire sprinkler system installed. The ordinance passed by Edmonds City Council during their November 16, 2010 meeting applies only to new construction and does not have an impact on remodels and/or additions to existing buildings.
Contact the Development Services Department for information.
2009 International Building and Supplemental Code Adoption – effective 7/1/10