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

Edmonds News
Draft housing strategy discussion at Nov. 13 Edmonds City Council meeting

The Edmonds City Council is scheduled to have a discussion Tuesday, Nov. 13 on the city's draft Affordable Housing Strategy. 3) Pause the strategy and have city administration do a major rewrite using assumptions and processes outlined in this memo.

Scene in Edmonds: 'Mueller Time' on Edmonds Way

A group of protesters standing at the corner of 100th Avenue West and Edmonds Way made their feelings known to passing drivers Thursday night. It was part of a nationwide protest in support of protecting Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Police plan extra patrols at EWHS after threat made via social media

Edmonds police said they will have extra patrols at Edmonds-Woodway High School on Thursday following an alleged threat involving a firearm that was made via social media toward the high school. Edmonds police spokesman Sgt.

Election 2018: Emergency radio system tax passing, Saloman beating Chase in 32nd District

Below is a summary of early general election results for local races and issues, as released by the Secretary of State's Office at 8 p.m. Nov. 6. Election results will be certified by each county on Nov 27. The Secretary of State will certify final results on Nov. 30. A public safety measure aimed at funding replacement of the aging Snohomish County Emergency Radio System was passing, with 54 percent of voters favoring in early returns Tuesday.

Housing strategy foes, supporters air opinions at Monday council meeting

While the official agenda for Monday night's Edmonds City Council meeting centered around the city's proposed 2019 budget, citizens packed the council chambers to discuss another topic: the city's draft housing strategy. Many of those speaking at Monday's meeting - held a day earlier than normal to avoid conflicting with Election Day - encouraged the council and Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling to throw out the existing draft and start from scratch.

Reading the Northwest: Why Rick Steves sees travel as a political act - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 PST

What: The Spokesman-Review's Northwest Passages Book Club welcome author Rick Steves in conversation with senior editor Donna Wares Background: Began traveling in Europe as a teen, visiting piano factories with his father, a piano importer. Founded his tour guiding business in 1976.

AAUW to explore children's literature at Nov. 10 meeting

AAUW Seattle and AAUW Edmonds SnoKing are hosting a Saturday, Nov. 10 presentation on children's literature by Dr. Ana Taranath of the Washington Humanities Speakers Bureau. The free event, open to the public, will begin at 10:30 a.m. at Third Place Commons, 17171 Bothell Way N.E., Lake Forest Park.

Public facilities district bond refinancing, committee videotaping on Nov. 5 council agenda

A proposal regarding possible refinancing of bonds for the Edmonds Public Facilities District and a continued discussion about possible videotaping of Edmonds City Council committee meetings are among the items before the Edmonds City Council during its meeting Monday night, Nov. 5. According to the council agenda, a proposal to refinance the public facility district's bonds via a loan from First Financial Northwest Bank would reduce the current loan rate from an average of 4.24 percent to a fixed rate of 3 percent. The primary goal is to save money for the facilities district, which oversees operation of the Edmonds Center for the Arts.

Nov. 17 open house to introduce new local Boy Scouts chapter for girls

Starting Feb. 1, 2019, the Boy Scouts of America program aimed at boys 11-17 years old is opening its membership to girls, and an Edmonds-based girls-only chapter is hosting a Nov. 17 open house for the community. Michele Hollingsworth, membership coordinator for Troop 319 for Girls, is organizing the Saturday, Nov. 17 event, from 1-4 p.m. in the Wesley Room, main level of the Edmonds United Methodist Church, 828 Caspers St., Edmonds.

Edmonds Restaurant News: Chef Dane keeping deliciousness at Here and There, and say cheese

I was feeling a little peckish on Halloween evening and noticed that the Here and There food truck was parked at Fourth and Dayton - that's their usual spot on Wednesday. You can also find them at the Kruger Clinic on Highway 99 Thursdays for lunch, and on Fridays over at American Brewing during dinner time.

Edmonds Booktalk: Time to start making your holiday book lists

In an attempt to help, and to stave off complete panic, we invite you to stop by during Third Thursday Art Walk this month, Nov. 15, from 5 to 8 p.m., for our annual First Dibs night! Get some great ideas, start making your lists, and as a special treat, for first Dibs night only, we will offer you 20 percent off on any one item. Join us for what is sure to be a festive evening! Take a look at our new website! Great lists from all of us here at the Bookshop, including our new Bookclub picks for the first part of next year, and all the best seller lists from IndieNext - all great sources of inspiration and ideas for any lists you may need to be working on.

Local spiders topic of Nov. 4 workshop at Edmonds Demo Garden

"Local Northwest Spiders and Spiders That Jump and Dance" is the topic of a Sunday, Nov. 4 program at the Edmonds Wildlife Habitat Demonstration Garden from 1-2:30 p.m. The speaker is David Richman, a retired entomology professor from New Mexico State University now living in Edmonds. His specialty is spiders - with added expertise on jumping and dancing spiders.

Vigils for Pittsburgh shooting victims set for Edmonds and Everett Nov. 1

Two vigils - one in Edmonds and one in Everett - are scheduled Thursday, Nov. 1 in the wake of Oct. 27 shooting in Pittsburgh, when a gunman killed 11 people at the Tree of Life synagogue. In Edmonds, the Edmonds Lutheran Church is holding a non-partisan, interfaith prayer vigil for Pittsburgh and the nation from 7-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1. According to a church, the vigil is aimed at fostering silent, community prayer in the wake of the Oct. 27 tragedy, when a gunman killed 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue.

Mountlake Terrace man struck by car on Hwy 99 in Edmonds Tuesday night

The scene of Tuesday night's car-pedestrian crash on Highway 99. The car is facing northbound and the Aurora Marketplace shopping complex is at the upper left. A 20-year-old Mountlake Terrace man was transported to Harborview Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries after he was struck by a car in the 23800 block of Highway 99 Tuesday night.

Scene in Edmonds: Building campaign momentum at Senior Center breakfast

The Edmonds Senior Center's recent campaign breakfast drew a crowd who came to learn about the center's plans to build the new multi-age Edmonds Waterfront Center. "We were delighted with the turnout and response to the program," Edmonds Senior Center Executive Director Farrell Fleming said of the Oct. 25 event.

Being blind a 'dis-ability'? I think 'knot'

The training faculty, from left: Jenny Anderson, President, SCCB), Dr. Mary Jo Kintner , Janeen Olson , Carla Abbott , Kurt Hilt , Brian Christopherson , Valorie Wilkins , Dr. Robert Mitchell . Not in the photo Pattijean Hooper .

Artfully Edmonds: Author shares personal struggles in 'Shame of Losing'

Local author Sarah Cannon is in the middle of launching her new memoir The Shame of Losing . Unlike many authors who can paper their walls with rejection slips, Cannon's book was snapped up almost immediately by Red Hen Press.

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