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Edmonds is located in Snohomish County, Washington which is in the southwestern part of the state. It has a beautiful city with a view of the Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and the Cascade Mountain Range. Edmonds is an important port within the Washington State Ferries system. Notable residents have included actor Steven W. Bailey (Grey's Anatomy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), actress Bridget Hanley (Trial by Jury, How the West Was Won, Here Comes The Brides), and actress Anna Faris (Scary Movie, My Super Ex-Girlfriend, Just Friends).

Population: 39515
Local Newspapers: Edmonds Beacon Edmonds Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) and Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with edmonds, washington: 98020 98026
Towns/Cities near edmonds, washington : Woodway Esperance Lynwood Mountlake Terrace Shoreline

Edmonds News
Mayor to chamber: Growth's coming to Edmonds, and we have to plan for it

Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling speaks to the Edmonds Chamber during its Thursday luncheon meeting in the Scott's Bar and Grill banquet room. Growth and change were the main topics of discussion Thursday as Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling provided an abbreviated version of his Feb. 9 State of the City address to a sold-out Edmonds Chamber of Commerce luncheon at Scott's Bar and Grill.

Edmonds march Feb. 25 aims to show suburban solidarity with immigrants, refugees, Muslims

Local residents came together last month in Edmonds' Westgate neighborhood to rally against immigration restrictions. Another demonstration is planned for this Saturday morning at Civic Field Neighbors from suburban Snohomish County and nearby areas will gather peacefully in downtown Edmonds this Saturday, Feb. 25 in support of immigrants, refugees and the global Muslim community.

Let's Get ReadyTogether: Using your hot water tank as an emergency water source

Learn step-by-step instructions in the latest in a series of "ReadyTogether" video tips, part of a campaign launched by Snohomish County Fire District 1 in partnership with the My Neighborhood News Network , and sponsored by ServPro. You can also find more details on the ReadyTogether webpage here.

Council reviews draft Hwy 99 plan, approves law requiring report of lost, stolen guns

The Edmonds City Council got a closer look Tuesday night at a draft plan aimed at setting the stage for pedestrian-friendly and visually-appealing development along the 2-mile stretch of Highway 99 running through Edmonds. The council also unanimously approved a new city ordinance, proposed by Councilmember Mike Nelson and discussed in detail last week, that requires gun owners to report lost and stolen firearms to police or face a $500 fine.

Happening nearby: Celebrate Day of the Accordion in Bellevue Feb. 25

The Bonnie Birch Trio will perform during Day of the Accordion and features, from left, Mountlake Terrace resident Paul Ostler, Bonnie Birch and Nick Heiting. The Northwest Accordion Society is celebrating the annual Day of the Accordion on Saturday, Feb. 25, at Crossroads Bellevue Market Stage, 15600 N.E. 8th St., Bellevue.

Highway 99 plan public hearing, gun safety, marsh buffer on Feb. 21 City Council agenda

Citizens are invited to comment during a public hearing on the draft plan for the Edmonds Highway 99 area, which is on the agenda for the Tuesday, Feb. 21 Edmonds City Council meeting. According to a City of Edmonds announcement, the plan calls for affordable housing, along with a strong business environment and better walkability.

Edmonds treatment plant receiving extra sewage flows following damage ...

The City of Edmonds has been doing its part to assist King County in managing extra wastewater flows following major rain-related damage to Seattle's West Point Treatment Plant, said Edmonds Public Works Director Phil Williams. According to Williams, Edmonds for many years has had a "flow swap arrangement" with King County to manage wastewater flows out of the Lake Ballinger pump station, which is located at the King County/Snohomish County border.

Rider alert: Sounder north line canceled due to mudslide

Transit officials said they will monitor the situation and expect to resume service Monday, assuming there are no additional problems. Everett Seattle: Special buses will depart Everett Station from the Greyhound platform at 6:45 am and 7:15 am.

From the Development Services Director: Meeting housing needs in Edmonds

What do we mean by "affordable housing?" The term can apply to both housing that seems "affordable to the average person or family" and housing that is statistically affordable to households with incomes below a "certain percentage of the area median income." From a statistical perspective, a recent study showed that about 38 percent of all households in Edmonds are "cost-burdened," meaning their housing costs made up more than thirty percent of their monthly incomes.

Artfully Edmonds: Foreground/background - the forces of a community's arts effort

Foreground, background: These two complementary forces bring art into being. Whether it's the artist, complemented by the gallery owner; the singer, complemented by a studio; or an actor, supported by their director; volunteers of museums, playhouses and arts festivals, no foreground artist can reach star power success without curators, teachers, mentors, directors and volunteers.

Edmonds Kind of Play: A night of laughs, benefiting local schools

I drive past the banner over Caspers Street what feels like a thousand times a week. It usually has info on a local event like The Edmonds Arts Festival, The Write on the Sound conference, and the one that always catches my eye, Edmonds Comedy Night held at The Edmonds Center for the Arts.

Edmonds Police Blotter: Feb. 7-14

He was booked into Snohomish County Jail. 21300 block 80th Avenue West: Woman called police to report bag of found property, with multiple documents inside belonging to different people.

Edmonds City Council unanimously takes stand supporting state gun safe storage bill

Legislation in the Washington State House of Representatives that would require safe storage of firearms received a strong and unanimous endorsement from the Edmonds City Council during its Tuesday night meeting. The 5-0 advisory vote supporting House Bill 1122 came after several Edmonds residents testified during the public comment period in support of the council resolution, which was sponsored by Councilmember Mike Nelson.

Learn more Feb. 17 about organization formed to help local seniors age in place

Northwest Neighbors Network , a nonprofit organization formed to help seniors age in place in South Snohomish and North King counties, is hosting an informational presentation this Friday Feb. 17 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the Edmonds Library, 650 Main St. Learn how NNN plans to help community members stay living as long as possible in the comfort and security of their own homes or apartments, with support from neighborhood volunteers of all ages and pre-screened professionals. "Light refreshments and engaging conversation will be cordially served," the group's announcement says.

Museum accepts artifacts from historic protest that kept King County sewage plant out of Edmonds

Past members of the Washington Tea Party display the parade banner from the 2002 Edmonds Fourth of July parade. The banner will become part of the Edmonds Historical Museum's permanent collection.

Safe firearms storage, lost and stolen guns to be addressed during...

Edmonds City Councilmember Mike Nelson is introducing two gun-safety measures for consideration during the Tuesday, Feb. 14 city council meeting. First, Nelson is sponsoring a resolution that urges the Washington State Legislature to pass House Bill 1122 , titled "Protecting public safety through responsible storage of firearms."

Edmonds Chamber hosting contest for July 4th National Anthem singer

Want to sing the Star-Spangled Banner in front of a crowd? The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce has announced a new contest to find the next singer of America's national anthem during Edmonds' 2017 4th of July fireworks celebration, which draws more than 10,000 people. The contest is open to all ages and the residents of Edmonds, Woodway, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace and Brier.

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