By Daphne Xia
For the Beacon 

Boosting the arts in Edmonds – and the economy

4th Avenue Cultural Corridor enters design phase, could be complete by 2027

 

Last updated 6/2/2022 at 10:12am

Daphne Xia

A pedestrian crosses Fourth Avenue North as the artwork installation "Luminous Forest" lights up the street. The Fourth Avenue Cultural Corridor is planned as a walkable, attractive venue for events and artistic businesses.

A plan almost 20 years in the making to turn part of Fourth Avenue North into a pedestrian-friendly street – including shops and restaurants with a focus on the creative arts – has entered the conceptual design phase and could be complete in f...



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Reader Comments(1)

Deborah Arthur writes:

I don't care what Edmonds does with 4th I care that they leave Main St open so we can go and park and shop. Those who live East of 9th need a way and we don't all bike or walk long distances the reason is some do not want to and some simply are not physically capable. The 4th st thing do it. Just leave our main street alone so we have a place to drive and park.

 
 
 

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