Planning & Projects

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Opportunities to Participate in Planning for the Future of Edmonds Parks and Recreation


Pop-Up with Staff and Materials
Uptown Market – Thursday, August 12, 2021 Event Information Here
Edmonds Summer Market – Saturday, August 21, 2021
Community Meeting – October (date/time to be determined)


Virtual Community Meeting - July 22, 2021 at 6:30 pm
A Virtual Online Community Meeting was held through Zoom the evening of Thursday, July 22nd including a short presentation on what is a PROS Plan, project timeline, Edmonds park system overview, live polling questions, preliminary community survey highlights, a question and answer period and project next steps. The following are materials from the meeting including the presentation, the meeting notes as well as the video.

PowerPoint Presentation -Click on “Presentation” for a PDF version of the PowerPoint presentation given during the Virtual Community Meeting

Meeting Notes -This link is to the notes from the Virtual Community Meeting

Watch Video -This links to the video recording of the Virtual Community Meeting


Background on the Planning for the Future of Edmonds Parks & Recreation Services
The city has started to update its Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan, which was previously adopted in 2016. The new citywide Plan will establish a road map for providing high quality, community-driven parks, recreation programs, waterfront and natural areas for the Edmonds community. 

As demand for recreation services and parks grows and changes, the City needs to plan for the future of its parks, programs and open spaces. Every six years, the City develops an updated PROS Plan as the city’s blueprint for park improvements and recreation programming, and it will keep the city eligible for state and federal grants.  

Citizen input is crucial to make sure recreational goals and priorities are consistent with community needs and interests. There will be several, COVID-sensitive opportunities for the community to participate, including community surveys, virtual public meetings and in-person activities, such as displays at the Farmers Market and other community events. This process will give us an excellent opportunity to identify ways to better serve Edmonds’ recreational needs over the coming 6 to 10 years. 

The review and adoption of the updated, draft PROS Plan is anticipated for the early 2022.  

See the Project Timeline here.


Additional Planning Documents

For questions or more information about the citywide Park, Recreation & Open Space Plan, please contact Angie Feser, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Director, at or 425-771-0230.