Edmonds WashingtonFor the past four years Edmonds Washington has been voted "Western Washington's Most Friendly Town" by a poll of over 700,000 viewers of KING-5 TV's Evening Magazine program. Fantastic flowers line the streets and fragrant hanging baskets have become a hallmark of this charming, artistic town.

Each June, the Edmonds Arts Festival is celebrated. This event is one of the oldest, largest, and most successful juried arts festivals in the state, and in July and August the Edmonds Art Commission sponsors concerts in the park, and a special series of performances just for children.

In many ways Edmonds has retained the character of the early part of the century, but continued to grow into a highly desirable place to live and visit. On the waterfront, the shingle mills which boomed at the turn of the century have given way to a scenic jetty and waterfront parks. Where coastal steamers once took on their cargoes of freshly-cut timber, Edmonds' beaches are now designated marine sanctuaries and divers from all over the nation come to explore the underwater park at Brackett's Landing. Today's waterfront includes three beautiful beachfront parks, a popular 900-foot fishing pier and several spectacular waterfront restaurants, cafes, art galleries, and antique shops to explore.
For more information on Edmonds' colorful past, visit the Edmonds-South Snohomish County Historical Museum located in the beautifully preserved Carnegie Library building which was built in 1910 in downtown Edmonds.
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