Thank you for visiting to learn more about the Edmonds Street Waterfront Connector. This project is an important step forward in ensuring our waterfront residents, businesses, and visitors will receive emergency services in a time of need. The City of Edmonds takes seriously its responsibility to keep the community safe, including having reliable access to emergency services for all residents and visitors.
The Waterfront Connector will be a single-lane emergency vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle bridge extending from Edmonds Street and Sunset Avenue to Brackett’s Landing North. We are committed to continuing to work with the community on the bridge design and construction planning.
We invite you to explore this website for more information on the evolution of the Waterfront Connector project, where we are now, and next steps.
How to use this website
- Visit each page listed above to learn more about the Waterfront Connector.
- Click on the button or select any tab at the top of the page to move around the project website.
- Take notes using the space at the bottom of the page. Any notes that you take will move with you as you navigate from page to page. Submit your comments on the General Comments page.
Edmonds Port Commission votes unanimously to contribute up to $1.5 million in construction funding
This contribution adds to the $7.43 million in grants and commitments the City has already secured from outside agencies including the State of Washington, Sound Transit, the Port of Edmonds, BNSF and Community Transit. Read our press release for more information.
City Council approves hybrid bridge option to move forward in design
Using input gathered throughout 2018 from the community, City Council, the Advisory Committee and the Design Committee, the project team developed an alternative that blended elements from the early "land bridge" and "promenade" design concepts. See the preliminary design and learn more!
We want to hear from you!
Have questions, comments, or want more information about the project?
Fill out the comment form on the General Comments tab, or send us an email at email@example.com.