Highway 99 Planning Project


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The Highway 99 corridor is a key feature of Edmonds. It is comprised of a two-mile stretch of Highway 99 (a state highway) and the land area around it. Parts of this corridor abut the jurisdictions of Shoreline, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, and Snohomish County. A new Highway 99 Subarea Plan project is underway to focus on a community vision and approaches for making long-term improvements to land use and transportation, while also retaining the positive characteristics of many parts of the corridor. Public information and participation are very important.

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News & Updates

6/14/2017   The next public hearing is at the Planning Board on June 14th. The hearing is on proposed zone changes in the Highway 99 subarea. 
5/10/2017   The Planning Board held a public hearing on proposed codes changes for the Highway 99 subarea on May 10th. The presentation from the meeting can be viewed here.
4/25/2017   Edmonds transportation projects get help from Olympia.
4/7/2016   An online survey is now available online at the project website.
3/24/2016   Polling results from the March 24th public workshop on the Highway 99 project and visioning are available online.

Meetings & Presentations


Background Documents

Planning News

  • Highway 99 Subarea Plan

    Click here to follow progress on the Highway 99 Subarea planning process.

  • Shoreline Master Program Update

    Find out about the new Shoreline Master Program update, affecting planning and regulation city shorelines (including Edmonds Marsh and Lake Ballinger).

  • AWC Award

    The City of Edmonds won an Association of Washington Cities Municipal Excellence Award for its Sustaining Edmonds program.