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Capital Improvement Projects 2008

Capital Improvement Projects

(2008-2014)

Overview

The following links provide descriptions and project rationale for all Capital projects listed in the adopted 2008 Capital Budget for years 2008 through 2014 in the proposed Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Projects are categorized and sorted by the numerical Funds listed in the Budget. The compilation of these descriptions was a joint effort by the Parks and Recreation Department, Public Works Department, Community Services Department, Wastewater Treatment Plant Division and the Engineering Division.

Fund

Description/Purpose

Division Manager

Comprehensive Plan

Source of Funds

112

Combined Street Construction Improvement- Arterial Projects

Engineering

Transportation Comprehensive Plan (2002)

Motor Vehicle Tax, Federal & State Transportation Grants, Utility Transfers, Traffic Impact Fees

113

Multimodal Transportation

Community Services

 

Federal & State Appropriations and Grants

116

Buildings Maintenance

Public Works

 

General Fund, Grants

125

Parks, Opens Space, Recreation, Beautification

Parks & Recreation

Parks, Recreation, & Open Space Plan

Real Estate Excise Tax, State Grants, Contributions From Developers

125 REET

Transportation

Engineering

Transportation Comprehensive Plan

Real Estate Excise Tax

126

Special Capital (Purchases & Acquisitions)

Parks & Recreation

Parks, Recreation, & Open Space Plan

Real Estate Excise Tax

129

Economic Development Plan

Parks & Recreation

SR99/International District

Grants

132

Parks Construction

Parks & Recreation

Parks, Recreation, & Open Space Plan

Grants

412-100

Combined Utility Construction Improvement- Water Projects

Engineering

Water Comprehensive Plan (2002)

Combined Utility, Grants, Low Interest Loans

412-200

Combined Utility Construction Improvement- Drainage Projects

Engineering

Stormwater Comprehensive Plan (2003)

Combined Utility, Grants, Low Interest Loans

412-300

Combined Utility Construction Improvement- Sewer Projects

Engineering

Sanitary Sewer Comprehensive Plan (2000)

Combined Utility, Grants, Low Interest Loans

414

Wastewater Treatment Plant

Wastewater Treatment Plant

Secondary Wastewater Treatment Facility Plan

Combined Utility (Approximately 50% from other Municipalities), Grants


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Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) Program

Transportation
Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) Program

What is the Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) program?

"The Washington State Legislature passed the Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) Law in 1991, incorporating it into the Washington Clean Air Act. The goals of the program are to reduce traffic congestion, reduce air pollution, and petroleum consumption through employer-based programs that decrease the number of commute trips made by people driving alone" (http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/TDM/CTR/).

What does this mean for employers? In the State of Washington, any agency with more than 100 employees must participate in the CTR program and to set worksite CTR goals to help reduce single occupancy vehicle (SOV) usage on the roadways.

Currently, there are three agencies in Edmonds participating in the CTR program:
  • City of Edmonds
  • Stevens Hospital and
  • Edmonds Family Medicine Clinic.

For Snohomish County, Community Transit is responsible for coordinating with each of these agencies to monitor progress toward CTR program goals.  One method that is used to measure progress is by having each worksite conduct a survey every other year to evaluate employee commute options (alternatives).  The survey results are reviewed with the Community Transit Coordinator to see if the worksite is in compliance with CTR goals. To reach the goal, the worksite must attain either the (SOV) goal OR the vehicle miles traveled (VMT) goal (the sum of miles traveled by motor vehicles, divided by the number of employees). Each agency is responsible to make every good faith effort to reach SOV or VMT goals.

Throughout the year, to help encourage employees to participate in the program, there are many free Community Transit sponsored CTR program events that employees can participate in such as:

Every employee in the city of Edmonds has a variety of different commuting options available which include:

Refer to http://rideshare.com/ for information about possibly creating your own Vanpool with co-workers / friends. This smart, economic and very efficient plan allows companies to pay one monthly fee while "The Rideshare Company" assumes the responsibilities for van maintenance, insurance coverage, gas costs and more. The van can carry between 7 and 15 passengers.

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Drinking Water Source & Water Quality

Drinking Water Source & Water Quality

Edmonds purchases your drinking water from the Alderwood Water District.  Alderwood Water District purchases their water from the City of Everett. The water comes from Spada Reservoir, located at the headwaters of the Sultan River about 30 miles east of Everett. The Spada Reservoir, created in 1964 in partnership with the Snohomish County PUD, holds about 50 billion gallons of water.

From Spada Reservoir, the water travels through a pipeline to the City of Everett Treatment facility at the Chaplain Reservoir. Chaplain Reservoir is about 8 miles downstream from Spada Reservoir and holds about 4.5 billion gallons of water.

Spada Reservoir is in the Sultan Basin Watershed. A watershed is a geographic area where all precipitation drains into a single body of water. In the Sultan Basin Watershed, rain and snow melt from the Cascade Mountains flow into Spada Reservoir. The Sultan Basin Watershed covers an area of about 84 square miles and is one of the wettest watersheds on the west side of the Cascade Mountains. The average rainfall is about 165 inches, or 5 times our local rainfall. To protect the naturally pristine water in Spada Reservoir, water quality in the Sultan Basin is carefully monitored.

Everett Drinking Water Virtual Tour

Water Source Quality Report (2009)

 
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Drinking Water Source & Water Quality

Edmonds purchases your drinking water from the Alderwood Water District.  Alderwood Water District purchases their water from the City of Everett. The water comes from Spada Reservoir, located at the headwaters of the Sultan River about 30 miles east of Everett. The Spada Reservoir, created in 1964 in partnership with the Snohomish County PUD, holds about 50 billion gallons of water.

From Spada Reservoir, the water travels through a pipeline to the City of Everett Treatment facility at the Chaplain Reservoir. Chaplain Reservoir is about 8 miles downstream from Spada Reservoir and holds about 4.5 billion gallons of water.

Spada Reservoir is in the Sultan Basin Watershed. A watershed is a geographic area where all precipitation drains into a single body of water. In the Sultan Basin Watershed, rain and snow melt from the Cascade Mountains flow into Spada Reservoir. The Sultan Basin Watershed covers an area of about 84 square miles and is one of the wettest watersheds on the west side of the Cascade Mountains. The average rainfall is about 165 inches, or 5 times our local rainfall. To protect the naturally pristine water in Spada Reservoir, water quality in the Sultan Basin is carefully monitored.

Everett Drinking Water Virtual Tour

Water Source Quality Report (2009)

 

 

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Edmonds Stormwater Management Program

Edmonds Stormwater Management Program

New Stormwater Management Code
Effective June 1, 2010

On April 20, 2010 City Council approved the new stormwater code and supplement for development, redevelopment, and construction sites. This complete re-write of Edmonds Community Development Code (ECDC) Chapter 18.30 is in response to the Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit, issued by the Washington Department of Ecology. The City is also revising and updating stormwater management standards due to advancements in the field since the last code update in 1995. These updates include allowing the use of low impact development (LID) techniques, where feasible. The effective date of the new code is June 1, 2010.

Please contact the Engineering Division at 425-771-0220 for additional information

Stormwater Management Program Documentation

The Engineering Division has drafted the Stormwater Management Program  to meet the requirements of the Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit. The Municipal Stormwater Permit is a requirement of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permits Program which is an element of the Federal Clean Water Act. Permit authority in Washington State has been delegated to the State Department of Ecology. Ecology issued a Phase II municipal Stormwater General Permit to more than 100 municipalities, including Edmonds, in early 2007.

The City's Stormwater Management Program document describes actions the city will take through February 2012 to maintain compliance with the Permit's Stormwater Management Program conditions, which are designed to reduce stormwater runoff pollution to Edmonds’ waterways.

The City wishes to involve the public in the decision making processes involving the development and implementation of the Stormwater Management Program. Opportunities for public review and comment will be available as different elements of the Program are developed. These opportunities will include, but not be limited to the following:

  • Development and implementation of a Public Education and Outreach Plan.
  • Development and implementation of Ordinances required by the permit.
  • Other opportunities as they are identified will be posted on this web site.

Download a copy of the City’s Stormwater Management Program Document and/or the City’s Annual Report.   Call 425-771-0220 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. regarding your interest or questions regarding the program.



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Edmonds Streams, Lakes, Wetlands

Edmonds Streams, Lakes, Wetlands
& other Critical Areas

If you see signs of pollutant spills near or in a storm drain or water body, please call 425-771-0235. 
After normal working hours, phone 911


For information on the Lake Ballinger/McAleer Creek Watershed Forum, click here.

Streams, lakes and wetlands are critical areas protected from development, and constitute a natural part of the  Edmonds drainage system.  For a map of Edmonds Watersheds, click here.

  • Edmonds has approximately 7 miles of streams.
  • Streams provide a natural setting and feeding areas for coho and chum salmon, cutthroat trout, waterfowl and other wildlife.
  • In Edmonds it's illegal to remove plants from or disturb stream corridors. Please call Planning Division at 425-771-0220 for more information.
  • In addition to bordering Puget Sound, Edmonds has one lake, Lake Ballinger, two ponds, Goodhope Pond and Westgate Pond.
  • Edmonds has one large wetland, Edmonds Marsh as well as the two ponds and several smaller wetlands.
  • Wetlands slow down stormwater runoff, which prevents flooding and erosion, and serve as a rich habitat for fish and wildlife.

If you live near a stream and would like information regarding best management practices click here.

To volunteer to stencil storm drains with a pollution prevention message click here or call 425-771-0235, extension 1603.

 
Flood Prevention-Stormwater Management

Stormwater Management
Flood Prevention

Edmonds’ drainage system is composed of streams, lakes, wetlands,  storm detention sites, pipes and ditches and has largely been designed to hold and carry stormwater during storms. However, when heavy storms hit, some flooding can occur. Flooding can cause streambank erosion, destroy salmon eggs, and cause property damage.

To prepare for heavy rains and prevent flooding:

  • Check storm drains near your home and business and clear away any leaves and debris. Clogged grates are often the reason a street floods during a storm.
  • Test your sump pump to make sure it will be in good working order if a storm hits.
  • Do not dump trash or yard debris into streams. This can block stream flow.
  • Do not attempt to drive through standing water.
  • Do not disturb natural vegetation on steep slopes.   This vegetation helps prevent erosion.
  • If your home or business is in danger of flooding, call Public Works at 425-771-0235 (24-hour emergency number). After normal business hours, call 911.

For more information on floods, check the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Web site.


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Sanitary Sewer System

Sanitary Sewer System

Water/Sewer Dept.
7110 210th Street
Edmonds, WA
Phone: (425) 771-0235
Fax: (425) 744-6057

Wastewater is all the water that leaves the inside of your home or business and enters the Edmonds’ sewer system. This wastewater then flows through city-owned and maintained pipes into the Edmonds and Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plants where it is treated to meet federal and state water quality standards.

The Edmonds Public Works Water Division is responsible for the maintenance and operation of over 168 miles of sewer main and lateral as well as 14 lift stations. (Click here for Public Works Contact Info (Sewer Backups, etc) The Engineering Division is responsible for the long range planning (click here for Sanitary Sewer Comprehensive Plan info) of the system and the design and/or review of design for sewer system improvements and extensions (click here for 2008-2014 Sewer Capital Improvement Program) (click here for Link to Edmonds Standard Details) (click here for Side Sewer Permit Information) (click here for Regulations for Sewage Pumps- Single Family) (click here for Regulations for Sewage Pumps- Multi-Family). Engineering is also responsible for the construction management of sewer system improvements.

Sewer Service Area (click here for Map)
Most of the incorporated City Limits are served by the Edmonds Public Sewer System. The City sewer system presently serves an area of about 7.4 square miles within the City Limits.

Unsure about where your sewer connects?
Engineering has the original building sewer connection drawings created during inspection of the construction of the sewer for most properties in the Edmonds Service Area.

Long Range Planning Contact:

Don Fiene
Assistant City Engineer
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Residential and Commercial Development
Waterline Issues Contact:

Jeanie McConnell
Engineering Program Manager
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Annual Water main Replacement Contact:

Pam Lemcke
Capital Projects Manager
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Stormwater Management
Edmonds Streams, Lakes, Wetlands
& other Critical Areas

If you see signs of pollutant spills near or in a storm drain or water body, please call 425-771-0235. After normal working hours, phone 911

For information on the Lake Ballinger/McAleer Creek Watershed Forum, click here.

Streams, lakes and wetlands are critical areas protected from development, and constitute a natural part of the  Edmonds drainage system.  For a map of Edmonds Watersheds, click here .

  • Edmonds has approximately 7 miles of streams.
  • Streams provide a natural setting and feeding areas for coho and chum salmon, cutthroat trout, waterfowl and other wildlife.
  • In Edmonds it's illegal to remove plants from or disturb stream corridors. Please call Planning Division at 425-771-0220 for more information.
  • In addition to bordering Puget Sound, Edmonds has one lake, Lake Ballinger, two ponds, Goodhope Pond and Westgate Pond.
  • Edmonds has one large wetland, Edmonds Marsh as well as the two ponds and several smaller wetlands.
  • Wetlands slow down stormwater runoff, which prevents flooding and erosion, and serve as a rich habitat for fish and wildlife.

If you live near a stream and would like information regarding best management practices click here.

To volunteer to stencil storm drains with a pollution prevention message click here or call 425-771-0235, extension 1603.


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Streets Contact

Tod Moles

Streets Manager

- (425) 771-0235 7110 210th Street Edmonds, WA
 
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Streets
Tod Moles, Manager
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Transportation 2008 Pavement Overlays

Transportation
2008 Pavement Overlays

The City of Edmonds plans to do overlays or similar pavement upgrades on the following streets during the 2008 construction season. The schedule for each project may vary, as city crews seek to coordinate overlays with any other work being done in the project area. Please call 435-771-0220 for further information.

2008 Street Overlay Program


 

 
Transportation Committee Guidelines

Transportation
Committee Guidelines

Purpose/ Goals:

  • To monitor and make recommendations relative to motorized and non-motorized transportation issues, systems and funding. 
  • To contribute input to the City’s Transportation Comprehensive Plan and updates to this plan,  and also to monitor the efforts to implement the improvements detailed in the plan.
  • Enhance communication with the Public in regards to Transportation needs.

Length of Term: 2 years

Committee Membership: Committee comprised of eight citizens and City Traffic Engineer.
Engineering Division recommends nomination/Mayor approves.
Compensation: Volunteer.
Meeting Dates and Time: Meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at the Edmonds Library Conference Room.
Qualifications to Serve:

  • Be a resident of the City of Edmonds.
  • Be interested in the City of Edmonds transportation systems
  • Complete the interest form, attach a copy of resume or bio, and mail to the Engineering Division office.

 

 
Transportation Permits, Codes & Standards

Transportation
Permits, Codes & Standards

Permits, Codes and Standards

   

Transportation Design Standards

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Standard Details

   

Transportation Codes:

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Streets & Driveways

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Right-of-Way Use Code

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Parking Lot Construction Code

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Traffic Impact Fees Code

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Sidewalk Code

   

Right of Way Use Permits

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Right of Way Construction Code

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Street Use & Encroachment Codel

New development in Edmonds impacts traffic, pedestrians and infrastructure. Engineering staff review new development proposals to evaluate these impacts and impose mitigation requirements, such as impact fees or street frontage improvements. For a more detailed explanation of developer requirements, please view the following documents:

  • Transportation Permit Review
  • Traffic Impact Analysis

Contact Information
City of Edmonds
Transportation Engineer
121 5th Ave. N.
Edmonds Wa.  98020
Contact: Bertrand Hauss
Phone: 425-771-0220
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Engineering Divison

Engineering is responsible for city infrastructure improvements and the review of public development projects.  The division provides design and construction management services, including field inspection for the City's captial construction.  It determines development standards and ensures compliance in the private construction of utilities and roads.  The division plans for long-range capital and infrastructure needs for transportation, stormwater management, water, and sewer.  It prepares and administers consultant contracts and construction contract bidding documents. 

 

Transportation Planning - Includes administrative and engineering duties including comprehensive transporation system planning, budget management, design of improvements and regulation of development.
 
 
Stormwater Management - Long range planning, design and construction management of public storm system improvements and extenstions.  Development regulations have been established to ensure comliance with the Western Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit, issued by the Deparment of Ecology.
 
 
Water and Sewer System Planning - Long range planning, design and construction management of public water and sewer system improvements and extensions.
 
 
Capital Improvement Program - Engineering Division staff manages the planning, development and implementation of city funded capital improvement projects for teh city's transportation, water, sewer, stormwater managnement and facilities improvement projects.
 

Development / Inspection - Engineering Division staff reviews plans and performs inspections on all development projects that affect City infrastructure.  All materials and work shall conform to City of Edmonds Standard Plans and Details, the current editions of the International Building Code (IBC), WSDOT/APWA Standard Specifications and WA Deparmtent of Ecology Stormwater Management Manuals for the Puget Sound Basin, as well as other applicalbe local municipal, State and Federal codes, rules and regulations.

 

 
Operations and Maintenance
This division of Public Works provides maintenance services for the City's infrastructure (streets, sidewalks, water, sewer, storm drains).  Operations and Maintenance also provides internal support for maintenance of City owned facilities and equipment.  The following make up this division:

 
Street Maintenance - City crews maintain and improve city streets, shoulders, alleys, sidewalks, street signs, traffic markings, signal control devices, bicycle/pedestrian facilities, roadside vegetation, and public right-of-way street lighting.
 
 
Storm and Surface Water Utility - The Edmonds storm drainage system is composed of streams, lakes, wetlands, storm detention sistes, pipes and ditches - all of which outfall to the Puget Sound.  City crews perform maintenance and repairs to the entire system to reduce flooding, improve water quality and preserve the environment.  These maintenance activities include inspection and cleaning of catch basins, street sweeping, emergency flooding response, creek maintenance, inspection and monitoring of private stormwater detention systems, and minor capital improvement project construction.
 
 
Water Utility / Drinking Water Quality - City crews are responsible for the maintenance and operation of the City's water distribution system for a constant and safe delivery of potable water to over 9,700 accounts. 
 
 
Wastewater / Sewer Utility - Water and sanitary waste that leaves the inside of your home or business enters the Edmonds sewer system and flows through city-owned and maintained pipes into the Edmonds and Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plants.  City staff provides maintenance and repair of City systems to ensure federal and state standards are met for water quality, plant-generated air, effluent, and solids.
 
 
Garbage, Recycling, and Waste Prevention - Private hauling companies provide curbside garbage collection, recycling and yard waste services.  The waste prevention and recycling program includes public education and awareness of all aspects of solid waste management.  For more information call Steve Fisher, the Recycling Coordinator at 425.771.0235 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 
Facilities Maintenance - City staff is responsible for 20 major buildings in the City.  Staff performs custodial, maintenance and capital construction activities in an effort to provide a safe, clean, and healthy environment.
 
 
Fleet Maintenance - The Fleet Division staff of three manage the purchasing, maintenance and surplus of over 165 pieces of equipment, including city vehicles for various City departments ... Public Works, Parks and Recreation, Community Services and Police.  
 
 
 
Welcome to the Public Works & Utilities Department
Public Works & Utilities serves a population of over 40,000 residents and businesses. The Department is responsible for a wide range of infrastructure services to our citizens involving street transportation and traffic control, storm and surface water management, potable water distribution, and wastewater collection and treatment.  These services are provided by Engineering and Operations & Maintenance.



Annual Sewer Projects - Phases I and II

Construction for Phases 1 and 2 of the Annual Sewer Replacement Projects will begin in late spring and continue into the fall during 2014.

- Construction Notice available here - 




76th Ave W - Waterline and Sewerline Replacement

Final roadway and sidewalk restoration along with addressing outstanding punchlist items by the contractor is scheduled for June 2014.

For additional information including a schedule of work to be completed, please visit the City of Lynnwood website.

Construction Contact Info:
Brian Delp
City of Lynnwood Public Works Department
Resident Construction Engineer
425-670-5224
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Public Works Contact Information

Public Works & Utilities
Administration Division
7110 210th St SW
Edmonds, WA  98026

Phone: 425.771.0235
Fax: 425.744.6057
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Public Hours:
8:00am to 4:30pm M-F
Closed Weekends and Holidays

For Emergencies Call 911

 
Engineering Contact Information
Engineering Division
121 - 5th Ave N
Edmonds, WA  98020
425.771.0220
425.672.5750 (FAX)

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Construction Zone Safety
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For many workers the "office" is actually a vehicle.  Everyone plays a role in maintaining a safe work zone area during roadway construction.  Be patient and drive safely through road construction sites.  Follow these tips to play your part:
 
  • Pay attention to the orange diamond-shaped warning signs or electronic message boards posted in advance of a road construction project.
  • Stay alert.  Minimize distractions within your car such as changing the radio station.  Dedicate your full attention to driving.
  • Pay close attention and heed directions on work zone warning signs.  Signs and work zone flaggers save lives.
  • Expect the unexpected.  Anticipate potential dangers.
  • Keep an eye out for construction workers, their equipment and vehicles, as well as the vehicles around you.
  • Watch for orange cones deliniating travel lanes or lane diversions.

 


 

 
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Disaster Preparedness
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The Department of Homeland Security provides an Are You Ready Guide to the citizens of this nation to help be prepared against all types of hazards.  Being prepared can reduce fear, anxiety, and losses that accompany disasters.  Communities, families and individuals should know what to do, where to seek shelter, be prepared to evacuate their home and know how to care for their basic medical needs.
 
As an Individual -  You have a responsibility to protect yourself and your family by knowing what to do before, during and after an event.  Local officials and relief workers will be on the scene after a disaster, but they cannot reach everyone immediately.  You could get help in hours, or it might take days.  Disaster supply kits should be prepared for your home, work and vehicles.  Your supply kit should contain essential food, water and supplies for at least three days.   
 
As a Community - Most emergencies are handled at the local level, which puts a tremendous responsibility on the community for taking care of its citizens.  The local level team is made up of paid employees and volunteers from the private and public sectors.  During a disaster, the City Public Works Department becomes the backup Emergency Operations Center (EOC).  The City Public Safety Complex is the primary facility.  The EOC is a central command and control facility established to identify damage and hazards, assess potential risk to the community, identify needs, provide shelter, etc.
To view FEMA publications on disaster preparedness, visit the Community and Family Preparedness webpage. 

 


 
Going Green - Reducing our Carbon Footprint
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Through the Federal Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG), the City received funding to upgrade standard vehicle purchases to acquire hybrid and electric vehicles for its municipal fleet. 

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Report a Problem
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For AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES: Call 911 - the operator will dispatch a utility crew member as required.



The Public Works Department commonly responds to the following types of problems throughout our community.  In situations where the City of Edmonds may not be the responsible responding party, our staff may be able to assist you in reaching the appropriate utility, jurisdiction, etc. 

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Common Concerns:



 

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