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Fresh Rosen at the market; ADUs; board opening

Summer Market produces a mayor Visitors to the June 1 Summer Market may have noticed a new booth with a familiar face. Mayor Mike Rosen unveiled the “Ask the Mayor” booth at the …

  The City of Edmonds has awarded a contract to Granite Construction Company for its 2024 overlay program, a continuation of the City’s efforts to rehabilitate and preserve its …

Council to hold a retreat Friday and Saturday

The Edmonds City Council will hold a special meeting – a “council retreat” – on Friday, Feb. 2, at 9:50 a.m. in the Edmonds Library Plaza Room, 650 Main St. Topics …

Yost Park trail closes A large alder tree that fell in Yost Park has damaged bridge No. 4. The City reported on Facebook that the bridge will remain closed while park maintenance evaluates and …

Tree Board giving away free tree saplings Back by popular demand, the Edmonds Citizens’ Tree Board will be offering free tree saplings Dec. 9 at the Edmonds Holiday Market. Some may even be …

Council votes against climate action, grants managers The Edmonds City Council has voted against adding a full-time grants manager and climate action manager. Mayor Mike Nelson had requested both …

The Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is recruiting for two professional openings. Qualified candidates will have experience in identifying, evaluating, and protecting historic resources and …

Free vision and hearing screening | City Brief

The Edmonds Waterfront Center in partnership with the Edmonds Lions Club is offering free vision and hearing screenings from 9 a.m.-noon, Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the Edmonds Waterfront Center. No …

Head's up: Roadwork to impact traffic on Main Street The City is working to complete the final paving and reconstruction of the east decorative concrete crosswalk at Sixth Avenue and Main Street. …

Council approves doubling local car tab fee The City Council, in a 5-2, has approved doubling the city's vehicle license from $20 to $40. Washington law allows city or county governments to …

Funding approved for 3 elementary schools The Edmonds City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance providing one-time funding of $210,000 to the Edmonds School District for in-classroom support …

Public hearing on 605/611 Main mixed-use apartments The City of Edmonds Architectural Design Board will hold a hybrid special meeting 6 p.m. June 15 to continue the Phase I public hearing for a …

Council delays decision on vehicle tab increase The City County has postponed a proposal that would double the vehicle license fee. Washington law allows city or county governments to create …

Free after-hours parking added to BofA lot There is now expanded free parking in downtown Edmonds, as the City Council allocated funds in the 2023 budget to allow for leasing of parking spaces in …

Library exec to give update on Edmonds Library Sno-Isle Libraries Executive Director Lois Langer will provide an update on the renovation and reopening of the Edmonds Library as part of the …

School cameras; Civic Roundtable | City Briefs

Cameras approved for 4 school locations Edmonds councilmembers have approved a resolution to add school speed-zone cameras at four locations: Edmonds-Woodway and Scriber Lake high schools and …

Mayor to deliver State of the City address Feb. 2 The public is invited to attend Mayor Mike Nelson’s 2023 State of the City address Thursday, Feb. 2, at 6:30 p.m. It will be held in person at …

This week, construction is scheduled to begin on the Seaview Park Infiltration Facility Phase 2 Project. The project will expand the capacity of an existing stormwater infiltration facility …

The installation of a new underground stormwater infiltration facility will begin at 96th Avenue West on Nov. 21. The project will install new infiltration chambers with a stormwater …

The Edmonds City Council on Monday approved a code amendment that prohibits multifamily-only housing in the Building District 2 area downtown. It requires buildings in that area to have …

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