Council approves interim extension of dedicated street fronts in downtown business zone

The Edmonds City Council voted 4-3 Tuesday night to approve an interim extension of designated street fronts in certain areas of downtown Edmonds’ BD2 zone, ensuring that the action is in place prior to the expiration of a city moratorium on building permit applications there. The decision — supported by Councilmembers Vivian Olson, Diane Buckshnis,…

Historic Edmonds fire engine could find a new home in Main Street Commons

A familiar sight at public events ranging from the Fourth of July parade to the spring and summer markets, Edmonds’ classic 1938 Ford fire engine is a living piece of our community history. Parked for years in Edmonds Fire Station No. 17 next to the Public Safety Building, this icon of our past spends most…

Snohomish County seeks ideas for 2024 Comprehensive Plan Update visioning process

What do you want Snohomish County to look like in 2044? The county is seeking public input as it works to develop a vision for the county’s future, which will be used in the 2024 Comprehensive Plan. The 2024 Comprehensive Plan Update will guide growth, preservation, and development in Snohomish County over a 20-year planning…