Parks and Recreation

Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services

The Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department, located at the Frances Anderson Center, serves as the community's key resource for providing parks, open space, recreation programs, and cultural arts for the enjoyment of Edmonds citizens and visitors to the community. The Department plays a vital role in many aspects of community life, with staff liaisons to the Edmonds Library Board, the Edmonds Memorial Cemetery Board, the Planning/Parks Board, and the Edmonds Arts Commission.  Click here for boards and commissions information.


Gateway Sign Replacement

An opportunity for public input and ideas about what should replace the badly deteriorated “Welcome to Edmonds” sign on WA State Route 104 was held at the Library Plaza Room on November 29. Two more public meetings will be held in the Plaza Room, 650 Main St., on January 10 at 6 pm and February 11 at 6 pm. An opportunity to comment for the design development process is available through an online survey: The survey will be available through Thursday December 20. For more information: pdfMedia-Release-Gateway-Survey.pdf


Join the Edmonds Youth Commission!

The Edmonds Youth Commission is a youth led commission whose misson is to protect, preserve, and enhance the quality of life for Edmonds youth by advising the City Council and the public on issues relating to youth policies, programs, and opportunities. The Youth Commission will meet on the first and third wednesday of every month from 6:00pm-7:30pm. 

Dowload the application form here and the reference form here and submit both of them by December 14th, 2018. 



France Anderson Center
700 Main Street Edmonds, Washington 98020

Info/Registration/Rentals 425-771-0230 
Arts Commission 425-771-0228
Discovery Programs 425-771-0227
Edmonds Cemetery   425-771-4741
Meadowdale Preschool 425-745-5055