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What makes Edmonds a unique place to live?
Edmonds is most known for its beautiful Puget Sound waterfront views, including downtown ferry service to the Kitsap Peninsula. With five miles of shoreline, 47 parks, a marina, a performing arts center, a walkable downtown, and plenty of restaurants and things to do, it somehow maintains a small town feel. The fact that famous world traveller & book author, Rick Steves chooses Edmonds as home speaks volumes about the city.
What is the commute from Edmonds like?
Edmonds to Seattle is 25-40 minutes depending on traffic. Sound Transit offers busses and a commuter train (with wifi) from Edmonds to Seattle called the Sounder. Commuting to Everett is about 30 minutes and Bellevue will take about 40. The ferry ride to Kingston takes about 30 minutes, but the lines can be long in both directions.
Where did Edmonds, WA get its name?
The city of Edmonds, WA was named by a Canadian-born logger named George Brackett who was canoeing in bad weather scanning the eastern shores of the Puget Sound in search for a place to start a logging operation. When the winds picked up, he headed to shore, discovering a gently sloping beach which is now a park named after him. When establishing the town, he named it Edmonds in honor of Senator George Franklin Edmunds of Vermont. Due to an error by the government administrators, the U in Edmunds was miswritten as an O.