Every year, the City of Edmonds’ Parks, Recreation and Cultural plants several living trees, placing them at City Hall and the Frances Anderson Center for the Holiday Tree Program. Once the holiday season is over, the city plants them in Yost Park to contribute to the urban forest.
The city is seeking those interested in dedicating one of the living fir trees outside of City Hall or the Frances Anderson Center to a loved one. These live trees will be strung with white lights during the holiday season and planted in Yost Park after the holidays. A laminated sign with your choice of wording will be placed at the base of the tree during the holiday season.
The trees are available to dedicate for a $150 one-time donation, and the city said there are just two left for the Frances Anderson Center. Email [email protected] to adopt one of the trees, or for more information.