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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
Enrollment now open for 2018-19 Meadowdale Preschool

Located at 6801 N. Meadowdale Road in north Edmonds, the preschool provides a variety of pre-K activities for ages 4-5, including art, music, language, science, math, reading and writing. There is also time for open play.

Spotlight on EdCC: Demographics and trends

According to the Environmental Scan report, students want not just access, but success. Edmonds Community College is working to provide that through Pathways that guide students to graduation, and dual enrollment in high school.

Daughtry, Neigel Join Community Transit Board

Lake Stevens City Council member Kim Daughtry and Sultan City Council member Joe Neigel were selected to join the Community Transit Board of Directors for the next two years. The board is comprised of nine elected officials from Snohomish County and the cities within the transit agency's service district, as well as a labor representative selected by the agency's bargaining units.

Oliver suggests adding 2 members to port commission

Port of Vancouver Commissioners Don Orange, from left, Eric LaBrant and Jerry Oliver listen to public statements during a board meeting. Ariane Kunze/The Columbian files A three-member board of commissioners has governed the Port of Vancouver's affairs ever since the first cargo ship moored at its docks.

Kicking and screaming, Edmonds jogger fends off her attacker

It started out as the usual 6:45 a.m. run for 35-year-old Jackie Goss LaCasse of Edmonds. "I love that time in the morning, before the kids are up and [husband] Jess leaves for work," she said.

Police seek suspect in Tuesday morning attack on Edmonds jogger

Edmonds police are seeking a suspect in a Tuesday morning attack on a 35-year-old Edmonds woman jogging in the 8800 block of Bowdoin Way. According to Edmonds police spokesman Sgt.

Coldwell Banker Bain names Michelle Van Tassell principal managing broker of S. Snohomish offices

Coldwell Banker Bain announced that Michelle Van Tassell has been named principal managing broker of its South Snohomish Lynnwood/Edmonds offices. Van Tassell first began her real estate career at the Lynnwood/Edmonds office 13 years ago.

Edmonds Kind of Play: Parent support groups for moms and dads

Serena Williams is on the cover of the February issue of Vogue holding her daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.. The cover promises Williams's thoughts on "Motherhood, Marriage, and Making Her Comeback" and the caption on the cover reads "The Emotions Are Insane."

Live on a busy street? City of Edmonds accepting petitions for traffic calming program

The annual program has a budget of $35,000 to address speeding concerns and reduce cut-through traffic on any street. The program consists of a three-phase process: Petition and Review for Qualification; Education / Enforcement; and Installation of Traffic Calming Devices.

Edmonds Restaurant News: A sweet answer to midnight cravings, plus a recap of 2017 food news

Who's new ~ Who's closed ~ Who's in limbo? Here is a recap of restaurant events, starting with the newest spot in our locale Midnight Cookie Company is all about satisfying your craving for sweets in the middle of the night, literally. The Edmonds area facility launched Wednesday.

NW Mind, Body, Spirit expo returns to Lynnwood Convention Center Jan. 20

The event brings together local experts and vendors in traditional and alternative approaches to health and well-being. The event will feature booths and exhibits throughout the downstairs ballroom area at the Lynnwood Convention Center.

Where to Celebrate MLK Day

Martin Luther King Jr. Day falls on January 15 this year, but that's not the only day to celebrate the civil rights leader. Below, we've compiled all the MLK events throughout the month, from the MLK Day of Service to an open house at the Northwest African American Museum to a talk featuring famed anti-racism activist Jane Elliott .

8-year-old boy reported missing from Edmonds areaThe Snohomish County ...

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Unexpected work increases cost of 212th and 76th intersection project, City Council committee learns

Changes to a replacement sewer line plus increased costs to convert overhead power and facilities to an underground system means that the City of Edmonds will pay more than budgeted for 212th Street Southwest and 76th Avenue West intersection improvement project. That was the report that Public Works Director Phil Williams and City Engineer Rob English gave to the Edmonds City Council's Parks, Planning and Public Works Committee Tuesday night.

Scene in Edmonds: Saving salmon

To enhance and recover salmon in Edmonds, the Students Saving Salmon Club from Edmonds-Woodway High School were out last weekend monitoring water quality in Edmond and supplementing the salmon population in Shell Creek. Students placed about 250 coho salmon eggs from the Willow Creek Salmon Hatchery into a hatchbox and then secured the hatchbox in upper Shell Creek.

Classical string quartet to perform Jan. 20 at Cascadia Art Museum

String quartet performing at Cascadia Art Museum on Jan. 20, clockwise from top: Amy Crenshaw and Luis Alcantara-Nenninger , Norma Dermond and Veronica Ho . Music by Mozart, Dvorak, Haydn, Bach and McLean will be featured in a string quartet concert Saturday, Jan. 20 at 6 p.m. at the Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds.

STRUM to perform at Spud Fish and Chips Jan. 13 fundraiser to benefit King's Schools

Coming up Saturday, Jan. 13 at Spud Fish and Chips in Edmonds: STRUM: Seattle's Totally Relaxed Ukulele Musicians will perform from 4-7 p.m. as a fundraising event for King's Schools athletic programs. "Spud is grateful to all the crew that works for us from King's and we are excited to give back to their school," Spud said in an announcement, adding that King's Schools Sports Programs will receive 10 percent of the event proceeds.

Public works projects in spotlight during Edmonds City Council committee meetings Tuesday

The Edmonds City Council will have its usual committee meetings this Tuesday, Jan. 9, with a number of public works projects to be discussed. It all starts with a brief business meeting at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N., downtown Edmonds.

Verdant Health Commission Dba v. Eric Hargan

VERDANT HEALTH COMMISSION, DBA Stevens Healthcare, Edmonds, Washington; et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. ERIC D. HARGANa <**, Acting Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Defendant-Appellee.

Bird Lore: Northern Pintail

Elegance comes to mind every time I look at a Northern Pintail. A slender bird with a long neck, its elongated proportions have been likened to those of an El Greco painting.

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