About Edmonds, Washington

From the land of Snohomish County, Washington, Edmonds City was founded by Logger George Brackett in 1890. Known for its historic sites, Edmond City offers the visitors educational momentous locations where the place can express its significant history. You will find the Snohomish Historical Society of the Edmonds South within the city of National Historic Place. Aside from that, it offers establishment that promotes the promising events in the history. One of these is the Carnegie Library of Edmonds, which located on 5th Ave and was established in 1900. This educational building provides the concrete and reliable information about the historical events in the City. There is also the Edmonds fountain that known as the local landmark in the city. This is very incredible during Christmas season because their main Christmas tree situated in this area. Along this area is the “Gazebo” which built in 1999. Although “Gazebo” was destroyed for several years, the people still fix it and improve more its constructions. Through this, many foreigners amazed in “Gazebo” features. The city is also rich in various recreational entertainments such as Skate Park, Dog Park and Edmonds Underwater Park. These parks contribute a lot to their industry. Since, Edmonds City is recognized as one of the largest marine amenities, the government supported it through giving marine grants and funds. By this, Edmonds’ marine entertainment site developed and improved their tourism. There is also Edmonds Center exclusively for the arts. This was opened in 2006, when it was first introduced to the public with two theaters for performing arts and other events.

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Edmonds Facts

  • Population Total: 39,709
  • Square Miles: 8.9
  • Area Code: 425
  • Elevation: 66
  • Postal Codes: 98020, 98026
  • Timezone: Pacific
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