One of Washington’s most picturesque waterfront communities, Edmonds offers visitors a seaside ambiance and residents an appealing, small-town quality of life.
Established as a logging camp over 100 years ago , Edmonds is now home to a marina and fishing pier, a senior center, and numerous beaches, parks, shops and restaurants. Other amenities include a well-respected school district , comprehensive healthcare through a regional hospital and associated services, churches, and a growing community college.
Edmonds is known regionally as an active arts community. Year-round festivals and events showcase the community’s sense of pride and involvement.
From Edmonds, you can take the train 15 miles south to Seattle or 150 miles north to Vancouver, BC (2010 Olympics). Or ride a ferry across Puget Sound to the beautiful Olympic Peninsula.
Please browse our Web site – you’ll find Edmonds a great place to visit, live, work and play!
* Population 40,900 (2009)
* Oldest town in south Snohomish County; incorporated 1890
* Mayor / Council form of government