City of Edmonds, Washington

Population (Year): 42758  (2021)

The City of Edmonds faces a number of infrastructure challenges, including the maintenance and improvement of its transportation network, such as roads, bridges, and sidewalks. The city also faces challenges related to its stormwater system, including addressing issues of flooding and water quality. Additionally, the city needs to upgrade its aging water and sewer systems to ensure reliability and capacity for its growing population. Finally, the city is working to address its public facilities, including parks, community centers, and public buildings, to ensure that they meet the needs of residents and visitors.

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City of Edmonds

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus

625186

Seaview Park Restroom – R16

2027

ADA improvements to include renovation or replacement of the permanent restroom.

417900

30

Not Started

625188

Yost Pool Replacement – R15

2028

“Yost Pool was built nearly 50 years ago and continues to provide recreational opportunities for
many residents. In addition to teaching our youth water safety, the pool serves as an opportunity for community
members of all ages to lead healthy and active lifestyles. Funding for this project has not been identified and would
likely require voter approval.”

23881000

31

Not Started

625196

Signage & Wayfinding – R10

2024

“Update signage system wide to include uniform and accurate trail identification information,
orientation markers, safety and regulatory messaging, park hours, park rules and etiquette, interpretive information
and warning signs.”

51500

36

Not Started

625198

Playground Replacement / Inclusive Upgrades – R13

2026

“City of Edmonds owns, operates and maintains 15 playgrounds and only two of them are
considered fully inclusive and accessible (Seaview and Civic Park). One of the Parks, Recreation and Human Services
Department initiatives is to continually update playgrounds which range in installation dates from 1985 – 2019. As
part of these scheduled updates the department will work to enhance playgrounds to be inclusive versus merely
meeting ADA standards. In many cases this includes enhanced play surfacing and play equipment that provide for
users of all abilities.
Elm Street Park, Maplewood Hill Park, Sierra Park and Yost Park playgrounds have been identified as priority in the
PROS Plan and will be addressed in the first three years of this capital improvement plan.”

608900

37

Not Started

625202

Interurban Trail Expansion – A5

2028

“Acquisition of additional lands, easements and/or right-of-ways to continue the Interurban Trail,
including more off-road segments.”

895585

40

Not Started

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  1. A listing of the capital projects or equipment to be purchased
  2. The projects ranked in order of preference
  3. The plan for financing the projects
  4. A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
  5. Justification for the project
  6. Explanation of expenses for the project
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