Historic Edmonds Log Cabin needs your help

Newcomers to Edmonds may not realize the history behind the Edmonds Log Cabin, located at 120-5th Ave. N. , next to the Edmonds Historical Museum. The cabin, originally located in the Seaview neighborhood and moved to its current site , was donated to the City of Edmonds by the Hanley family, which had used it…

It happened 126 years ago: the Bracketts filed a plat that became Edmonds

Publishers note: This report on the founding of Edmonds (126 years ago) is from HistoryLink.org. Thanks to Diane Hettrick for suggesting that we publish it. On August 23, 1884, George and Etta Brackett file a plat for the first townsite in Edmonds. The plat includes provisions for a mill site, water, and parks.  It is…

Plans take shape for Edmonds link in Interurban bike/walking trail

Sixty-one years after the last electric railcar traversed the shores of Lake Ballinger, the final Snohomish County link in the bicycle-powered version of the Seattle-to-Everett Interurban Line will be completed along the lake in 2010, according to plans unveiled last week by City of Edmonds planners and consultants. Residents who live near or along the…