2014 Budgeting "We are beginning to see a positive turn in the economy; sales tax revenues are increasing and the real estate market has stabilized and shows signs of improvement." Mayor Earling's 2014 Budget Address." [Budgeting and Reporting]
The City of Edmonds 2014 Adopted Budget is available [here].
SUNSET AVE WALKWAY PROJECT Preliminary design concept presentation Edmonds Library Plaza Room, 650 Main Street at 6pm, December 18, 2013
(Edmonds – WA)Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling was informed today of the resignation of Edmonds City Councilmember Frank Yamamoto effective December 31, 2013. Councilmember Yamamoto cited health concerns as the reason for his resignation. Mr. Yamamoto has been on the City Council since January of 2012.press release
76th Ave Waterline Project
For Information on the 76th Ave Waterline Project click here For Additional Information from the City of Lynnwood click here
At the October 1, 2013 City Council Meeting Mayor Earling presented the 2014 budget. For a video of his presentation please click here.
To see the 2014 City of Edmonds Budget please click here.
This Month in Cityvision
Rights of Passage... The prospect of mile-long coal trains making regular, labored transit of the state's rail lines signals a quandary faced by many local communities: how do they balance the competing priorities of economic development and livability when they're literally caught on two sides of the tracks? By Ted Katauskas read more
NEWS OF INTEREST...
Inclement Weather Delays for Republic Services
December 20, 2013 -- Republic Services is unable to collect garbage, recycling and yard debris from its Snohomish County customers* today. We will run those routes tomorrow, Saturday, December 21, 2013. We will update our website with the following message and ask that you consider placing the following on your site as well:
Friday, Dec. 20, 2013 - Republic Services customers who would normally have their garbage, yard waste and/or recycling collected today will be collected TOMORROW, Saturday, December 21, 2013.
*Residential customers in served on Friday include Lake Stevens, Edmonds and Lynnwood. All commercial customers throughout the County will be affected.
Please contact Republic Services at (425) 778-0188 with any further questions.
Free Christmas Tree Recycling
Boy Scout Troop Christmas TREE-CYCLING in Edmonds for 2014
Residents can also go to www.dryneedles.comand use the interactive map of SouthwestSnohomishCounty to find any Boy Scout tree-cycle activity near them.
EDMONDS DROP-OFF LOCATIONS:
TROOP 312 – Two days only!
When: Saturday January 4 & Sunday January 5, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm each day
Where: QFC grocery store parking lot, 196th St. SW & 76th Ave. W PCC Market parking lot, Edmonds Way & 100th Ave. W
TROOP 300 - Two days only!
When: Saturday January 4 - 9 am to 4 pm Sunday January 5, - 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Top Foods parking lot, 21900 Highway 99, Edmonds WestgateElementary School, 9601 220th St. SW, Edmonds
TROOP 61 - Three days only!
When: Saturday December 28, 8am to 4pm
Sunday December 29, 11am to 4pm Saturday January 4, 8am to 4pm
Where: South side of Edmonds, mainly neighborhoods south of 224th St. SW from Lake Ballinger into Woodway - all the areas served by Edmonds Way and Firdale Avenue.
How: Homes receiving Troop 367’s door hanger notice and using the service need to have your tree placed at the curb by on the collection day. Attach the notice to the tree with a rubber band. Donation checks can be made out to Troop 367. Please put your donation in an envelope and tape it to your front door. Contact Ben at 206-533-0222, ext. 1. (Appointments are not required)
AS ALWAYS, ALL DECORATIONS, TINSEL, TREE STANDS AND NAILS MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE TREE IN ORDER TO BE RECYCLED.
FLOCKED TREES ARE NOT ACCEPTED AT ALL!
HELP SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY’S SCOUT TROOPS 2014 ACTIVITIES BY PROPERLY RECYCLING YOUR TREE.
Parks, Recreation and Open Space Draft Plan Ready for Citizen Review
(Edmonds – WA)Due to unforeseen circumstances, special counsel Carol Morris is unable to attend the December 3rd City Council meeting. As a result, the review of the Building 10 Findings and Conclusions, regarding the appeals of the ADB’s approval of Building 10, will be continued to a future date. The item has been moved to the December 17, 2013 Council meeting for council discussion and potential action.