The public is invited to a slide show and presentation on recently surveyed historic properties in Edmonds, featuring a number of “Mid‐Century Modern” homes from the post‐World War II period. The presentation will occur during a meeting of the Historic
Preservation Commission on Thursday, Aug. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in the third floor Brackett Room of Edmonds City Hall, 121 5th Ave. N.
As a Washington State Certified Local Government (CLG), the City of Edmonds is responsible for maintaining a historic preservation commission, surveying local historic properties, enforcing state or local preservation laws, reviewing nominations to the National Register of Historic Places, and providing for public participation in historic preservation activities. The City of Edmonds received a grant from the State to complete a reconnaissance‐level survey project of historic resources in the city. This survey project is a continued effort to develop a complete inventory of cultural resources in the City of Edmonds to assist in future preservation planning.
The consultants SHKS Architects will present the surveys of 53 properties to the Historic Preservation Commission and public on Aug. 13.