Reminder: Mayor Nelson to host Zoom meeting for North Edmonds area April 29

Edmonds Mayor Mike Nelson speaks during the Oct. 15 virtual meeting for Chase Lake/Five Corners neighborhood residents.

Edmonds Mayor Mike Nelson will host his third neighborhood Zoom meeting — this time for North Edmonds — on Thursday, April 29, at 6:30 p.m.

North Edmonds includes the neighborhoods of Seaview, Meadowdale and Perrinville.

Here’s the Zoom link to the meeting:  The link can also be found on the Edmonds Communications webpage at

“Meeting residents in their neighborhoods, even if by Zoom, has been a priority of mine so I can listen to concerns specific to different parts of town,” Nelson said. “I greatly enjoy getting to better know people from all areas of the city.”

Accordig to a city announcement Wednesday, the mayor and his team want to hear from community members in advance of the meeting including questions, comments,or just general anecdotes about the area. Send your questions or comments to

Having questions in advance helps staff research answers to provide the most useful information during the meeting. While priority is given to the questions received ahead of time, there will be a time set aside for live questions from the audience as time allows.

The meeting will use the Zoom Webinar format, which asks residents to sign in with an email address. This allows for a secure meeting, while still giving residents the opportunity to interact during the event.

Would you like to view the previous neighborhood meetings? Here is the recording of the second Neighborhood Zoom Meeting for the Highway 99 area. And here is the recording of the first Neighborhood Zoom Meeting for the Five Corners/Chase Lake area.


  1. Oh…I think we will see what Mike does next. Why, because Edmonds if that occurs the Bowl will go first. His Kingdom in shambles. This isn’t Europe or Seattle…thus is Snohomish county..much different…many more angry and not Mike’s type around here and North and Northeast. We don’t have to allow Mike to be a king. He isn’t stupid. Yeah he’s going to push as clearly he does like to make his own rules regardless of the problems they cause. But politicians often become drunk with power. So he is no different. He just has too much to lose to continue in this manner. No one will be living in my front yard. I am a Democrat but…I’m not a weak fool. I support total diversity here. Big proponent. But I won’t put up with a Seattle situation…schools with tents, needles and now today guns. No way. I am sure many will feel just as I do. We can take care of ourselves. And our new diverse city will help us…not hurt us. Looks like lots of changes coming. Good Luck. As Liam would say.

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