Informational meeting June 12 on Housing Hope project planned for Edmonds

Rendering of the Housing Hope project with Edmonds Lutheran Church in the foreground.
Rendering of Edmonds Lutheran Housing Hope Project as seen from 236th Street Southwest.

Housing Hope is hosting an informational meeting at 1 p.m. Sunday, June 12 about a new family housing development planned for Edmonds Lutheran Church.

During the meeting, Housing Hope will present the details of the project, designed for families in need. You can read more about it in our previous story.

Space is limited, so reservations are required here. The meeting will be at Edmonds Lutheran Church, 23525 84th Ave. W., Edmonds.

If you can’t attend but would like to receive a recording of the presentation, contact Housing Hope Public Relations Manager Joan Penney at

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  1. Looks good. Hope this project will benefit those in need! A good example of people living what they believe

    1. Thanks for your commitment and efforts. Low and moderate income is definitely needed in Edmonds and South County. I wish both Edmonds Lutheran Church and Housing Hope the best in developing this project. I know it is a major effort.

  2. As a former board member of Snohomish County Habitat for Humanity, I have to say that low income housing does not have to be this ugly. Perhaps neutral colors?

    1. I’m hopeful this is a start. The design is becoming familiar all over, not unlike many newer sheds with that angle of roofline. Does anyone know if gutters and downspouts are then deemed unnecessary? Curious how the rain water will flow and perhaps erode the ground. Thanks!

  3. As a former board member of Snohomish County Habitat for Humanity, Tracie, you would better serve your community by congratulating the stakeholders in this project, versus insulting their modern day color choices.

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