We love Edmonds! We have a hometown roots deep in this beloved community. You truly are our neighbors and friends and we take our commitment to this community seriously.
"Our family moved to Edmonds from Ballard in 2006. We were searching for a safe, quiet community with great schools to raise our young family. At the time, our daughter Anna was three and our son was nine months old. We were so lucky to have found a home on a quiet cul-de-sac within walking distance to Edmonds Elementary School. In 2009 we were blessed with a 3rd child, our son Ian, who just 'graduated' from 6th grade at our local school. Erik will be a Junior at EWHS, and Anna will attend UW in the fall getting her degree in Real Estate (yes, this Windermere mom is proud!). We have loved being able to walk to downtown for 'fro-yo' at Revelations, watch movies at the theater and hang out at the beach with friends. We can't imagine a better place to call home!" - Andrea
"At the age of six, our family moved from Shoreline to the Seaview area of Edmonds. I attended Seaview Elementary, Holy Rosary School and Edmonds Sr. High School (GO Tigers!). I then went on to attend Edmonds Community College and Central Washington University. My memories of Edmonds include riding my bicycle from our home down to the fishing pier, eating ice cream on Sunset Way with my parents, playing ath the many wonderful parks in town, the library, A&W for treats (where WinCo is now), Robinhood Lanes and so many core memories. The majority of my family and friends still live in Edmonds. Lastly, my wife and I had the opportunity to work for the city government for over 23 years each. We love Edmonds and I will always call it my home." - Tony
"Edmonds has been and always will be my home. I was born at Steven's Hospital and have lived my entire life right across the street from Hummingbird Park. My childhood was nothing short of a dream! Riding our bikes through all the streets of downtown Edmonds, playing capture the flag and many other games at the park, and running to the swimming pool at Yost Park every summer morning were the memories I'll never forget. Now, to this day, I still live in Edmonds with my beautiful fiance and my dream is to own a home as close as I can to downtown so my future children can have the same childhood I did." - Jack