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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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Public Survey for Downtown Parking Study

Thanks to the over 700 people who participated in the online survey and the approximately 45 people who attended the Public Scoping Meeting on 8/8.  To view a video recording of the Public Scoping meeting, click here.  To view a summary report on the results of the public survey, click here.  
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Citizens' Housing Commission

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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.
2014 btwd riders on temp laneIn 2016, the Cities of Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, and Edmond secured funding through the Verdant Health Commission (total amount of $1.9 Million) in an effort to improve bicycle conditions along various stretches, create new bike connections, and increase ridership in South Snohomish County. In 2018 as part of this project, bike lanes were then added on both sides of 212th St. SW from 84th Ave. W to 72nd Ave. W and along 76th Ave. W from 220th St. SW to Olympic View Dr. The other two cities completed similar additions. A portion of the funding was also allocated towards an Education Program (currently being led by Cascade Bicycle Club). Beginner friendly bike rides are currently being held in South Snohomish County and are led by Cascades trained education staff. Their staff focus on basic bike handling skills, navigating routes, and group etiquette furnished during these fun rides. Participants must have basic handling skills, wear a helmet, using a bike without training wheels and no younger than 6 years old. Grab those handlebars and join Cascade Bicycle Club for FREE family-friendly bike rides! Participants can expect a leisurely pace, flat terrain, relatively short, on protected bike paths or low-traffic streets, regular stops and guided support. Participants must have basic bike handling skills; wear a helmet; use a bike without training wheels (balance bikes are okay); and be no younger than 6 years old.

The weekly rides in Edmonds are scheduled from July through September, 2019
  • Edmonds Bike Rides Start from City Park  (600 3rd Ave. S)
  • July / August: every Thursday from 5pm to 7pm.
  • Saturday, September 14th: 3:30pm to 5:30pm

Please go to the following link to register for one of these cool educational up-coming rides: https://www.cascade.org/bike2health.

All (3) cities continue to conduct their bike counts via cameras and tube counters to determine how the new routes and bicycle ride-along programs (in partnership with Cascade Bicycle Club), affect South Snohomish County bicycle ridership. These on-going quarterly counts started in 2017, with the last one scheduled for November 2019. The next round of bicycle counts is scheduled for July 16-18 at the following locations: Loca

  • 76th Ave. W @ Olympic View Dr.
  • 9th Avenue S & Walnut Street – Edmonds
  • 76th Avenue W & 212th Street SW - Edmonds
  • 52nd Avenue W & 212th Street SW – Lynnwood
  • 200th Street SW & 48th Avenue W – Lynnwood
  • 68th Avenue W & 200th Street SW – Lynnwood
  • 56th Avenue W & 230th Street SW - Mountlake Terrace
  • 80th Avenue W & 224th Street SW - Edmonds

Please contact Mr. Bertrand Hauss (City of Edmonds Transportation Engineer) at 425-771-0220 / bertrand.hauss@edmondswa.gov if you have any additional questions.

Housing Survey Ready

Housing Survey Ready

A housing survey has been prepared to get community input on issues that relate to topics the Edmonds Citizens’ Housing Commission may address this year.

The housing survey is online at: https://www.citizenshousingcommission.org/, with translations in three languages besides English. Everyone is welcome to take the survey. It is open until February 21.

Survey results will be shared with the Housing Commission and public. Also, community meetings and activities in the coming year will provide for more dialogue and engagement.

The Housing Commission is a 15-member body appointed in 2019 by the City Council (with one member appointed by the Mayor). The Commission’s mission, as adopted in a City Council resolution, is to:

“Develop diverse housing policy options for Council consideration designed to expand the range of housing (including rental and owned) available in Edmonds; options that are irrespective of age, gender, race, religious affiliation, physical disability or sexual orientation.”

Recommendations from the Commission are due to the City Council by the end of 2020. The recommendations are advisory. They will get additional public input and be considered by the Council in 2021.

Information on the Housing Commission’s work is online at: https://www.citizenshousingcommission.org/.

Open House on Housing to be Held

(Edmonds, WA) Open House on Housing to Be Held

A public open house to share information and get input on the work of the Edmonds Citizens’ Housing Commission will be held Wednesday, February 12, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at the Edmonds-Woodway High School Great Hall, 7600 212th St SW.

For the February 12 open house, attendees are encouraged to use the high school’s south parking lot off 76th (across from the hospital) and enter the building from that parking lot.

The Housing Commission began monthly public meetings this fall. This is the first open house about the Commission’s work. Prior monthly meetings were video-recorded and posted online at: https://www.citizenshousingcommission.org/. The meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month, starting at 6:30 pm in the Brackett Room, third floor of City Hall. The public is welcome to attend the meetings in person or view them online.

Based on an adopted City Council Resolution, the Commission’s mission is to: “Develop diverse housing policy options for Council consideration designed to expand the range of housing (including rental and owned) available in Edmonds; options that are irrespective of age, gender, race, religious affiliation, physical disability or sexual orientation.” The recommendations are due to the Council at the end of 2020.

Then in 2021, the City Council will further consider the Commission’s recommendations. This will include public input and, if appropriate, additional analysis by the Planning Board and others.

Mayor Mike Nelson said, “Our Citizens’ Housing Commission members have a lot of different experiences and ideas and they want the whole community to share their ideas too.”

The Commission has fifteen members and eight alternates, all residents of Edmonds. It was created in 2019 from a citywide application process that resulted in each City Council member appointing two Commissioners and one alternate and the former Mayor appointing one Commissioner and one alternate. None of the appointees were members of any other City board or commission.

The Housing Commission’s early meetings focused on enabling the new members to gain a common understanding of housing issues in Edmonds, as well as city processes and legal framework. Additional public events will be held during the coming months.More information about the Commission is on the city website: https://www.citizenshousingcommission.org.  

City Set to Launch Recruitment Process for New Chief of Police

(Edmonds, WA) Mayor Mike Nelson has announced the launch of a recruitment process to fill the position of Chief of Police for the City of Edmonds. Mayor Nelson intends to engage the services and expertise of a reputable recruitment firm to lead the search process. Mayor Nelson stated, “We will have an inclusive and transparent search process that considers the very best internal and external candidates. We intend to have participation from a wide variety of community stakeholders, including police employees and members of the public.” read more

CITY BUILDINGS CLOSED AT 3 PM ON 1/15/20

Due to weather and road conditions all City of Edmonds buildings closed at 3 pm on Wednesday, January 15th. Weather permitting, we will reopen on Thursday, January 16th. City road crews are out sanding and deicing roads. Please travel safely!

JANUARY 14, 2020 EDMONDS CITY COUNCIL MEETING CANCELED

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JANUARY 14, 2020 ~ tonight's meeting of the Edmonds City Council has been canceled due to projected snowfall. The meeting has tentatively been rescheduled to next Thursday, January 23rd. Please watch for further updates.

Edmonds Sister City Commission Recruiting Chaperones for the 2020 Student Exchange

APPLICATION DEADLINE CORRECTION ~ deadline date for applications is Friday, January 24, 2020

Chaperones to lead a group of 10 local students ages 14-18 on this two week exchange

1049 MMS 1564393556655 attachment1 20190729 175109(Edmonds – WA) Every summer students from the Edmonds area visit our Sister City of Hekinan, Japan for a two week stay. Edmonds Sister City Commission is accepting applications for educators interested in co-leading this trip during the last two weeks of July 2020. Chaperones stay with a host family in Hekinan and travel costs are paid by the Commission. This program has organized exchanges between the two Sister Cities for over 500 middle and high school aged students. Press Release | Application

City Hires New State Legislative Lobbyist

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(Edmonds, WA) - After several years of outstanding service by Olympia lobbyist Jennifer Ziegler, who is cutting back her workload in 2020, Mayor Earling has engaged the services of Olympia-based Debora Munguia to provide government relations and lobbyist services in 2020. read more

Edmonds Marsh Project Awarded NFWF Funding

Edmonds Marsh Daylighting Project Awarded $450,000 for Design Work

(Edmonds, WA) – The City of Edmonds is excited to have received a notice of an award of $450,000 in grant funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s (NFWF) National Coastal Resiliency Fund to further design of the Edmonds Marsh Daylighting Project, which seeks to reestablish the hydraulic connection between the Edmonds Marsh and Puget Sound and restore significant fish and wildlife habitat that has been lost over time. read more 

Tree Board has Vacancies to Fill

The Edmonds Citizens’ Tree Board has several member positions plus an alternate member position that may be available in January 2020. The City is seeking applications for these positions.

The Citizens’ Tree Board actively encourages the planting, protecting, and maintaining of trees for long-term community benefit. Tree Board meetings are held the first Thursday of each month, starting at 6 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N, Edmonds. Members may assist with special events, such as tree planting for Arbor Day.

More information about the Tree Board is on the Tree Board website
Board members must live within the Edmonds city limits. Interests or backgrounds in urban forestry, horticulture, and habitat enviroscaping are encouraged but not required

Each councilmember appoints one Tree Board member to a term that matches the term of the appointing councilmember. The alternate member is appointed by the council president to a one-year term. All appointments must be confirmed by a majority of the full city council.

The application form is available as follows:

Online at:          www.edmondswa.gov Go to Boards and Commissions under the government tab and click on current openings

Other:  

E-mail:          jana.spellman@edmondswa.gov to have an application e-mailed to you.

At City Hall:   First and Second Floor Reception desks 121 5th Ave N Edmonds, WA.

Call:              425.771.0220 to have application mailed to you.

Applications must be submitted to the City by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, December 9, 2019.



See application form for submission information.

Mayor Earling Offers Comments on the Effects of Initiative 976

Passage of I-976 May Mean up to $700,000 Hit to Transportation Budget

(Edmonds, WA) - A STATEMENT BY MAYOR EARLING:

After clear passage by Washington voters of Initiative 976, aimed at rolling back automobile license tab fees to just $30, the impacts to Edmonds, the Puget Sound Region, and the State are just starting to be estimated. One thing is certain: cutbacks across the board and around the state may need to become a reality. read more

City and Ed! Announce 3rd Annual Amateur Caroling Contest

City and Ed! announce third annual amateur caroling contest in downtown Edmonds. For more information click here.

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