Scene in Edmonds: Low tide, high spirits

From Lee Lageschulte,  a warm Thursday on the Edmonds waterfront drew families to explore treasures during low tide and enjoy the view of the Olympic Mountains.

    1. People have been walking the beach, playing in the sand, etc. since this started . There are more people with children out now and the beach will probably be full this weekend with the hot weather.

      1. Yes; I’ve seen them there, but I thought it was not allowed. Perhaps I’m mistaken.

      2. We were there on Thursday evening and the tide was quite high. Was there low tide in the morning?

    2. Yes you can walk on the beach if you can walk to the beach no parking allowed. If you have to drive it’s too far. Not exactly a equitable solution but it’s how the City is choosing to reduce the amount of people utilizing the beaches.

    3. One can walk on the beach, even thou it is a protected habitat. No dogs allowed on the beach, enforce by a friendly reminder. With a dog you need to have a dog on a leash either on the sidewalk or further away where there may be grass. Not certain we need to advertise the low tides or anything that encourages more people.

  1. I was wondering if the access gate to marina waterfront park and the dog park have reopened?

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