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The recent surge in COVID infections, fueled by the delta variant, led the Snohomish County Health Department to issue the first indoor mask mandate in the State. Taking affect 8/12/21, all residents 5 and over must wear face coverings indoors, whether fully vaccinated or not. Health officials are discouraging indoor congregate gatherings.
As a result we are making the following changes effective immediately:
Vaccine and Mask Policy – masks are required while in the EWC, unless you are eating at the bistro or working alone in an office. Proof of vaccines will be required for all participants in programs, activities and field trips.
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Programs are available via Zoom until we reach Phase 4.
The Edmonds Senior Center makes the health and safety of its members and participants a priority.
Open Monday through Saturday from 10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. (closed Sunday).
On Friday, January 22nd the Edmonds Waterfront Center hosted a COVID vaccine pilot. 100 vaccines were distributed to members in the first ever in-person event at the Waterfront Center.
Our Seniors need your help. Donate to the Helping Hands Fund.
The Edmonds Senior Center has embarked on a journey to replace our failing building. The new Waterfront Center will offer the same dynamic programs that our members love most as well as expanded intergenerational opportunities and City Parks classes and activities – all under one roof!
Sponsor a solar panel for $1000. Solar panel donars will be recognized on the “Solar Champions” plaque in the new Waterfront Center. Donate online or by mailing a check made payable to: Edmonds Senior Center PO Box 717 Edmonds, WA 98020
Safety of our staff and visitors is our top priority. Based on CDC and Snohomish County Health Department guidelines we are currently requiring that masks be worn in the building regardless of vaccination status.
We received our certificate of occupancy in mid-January 2021. The building opened to the public on July 6thwith health & wellness offerings, lunch service and select in-person classes. Subject to the course of COVID, the rest of the programs will be coming back in August and September.
The building is owned by the Edmonds Senior Center. The City owns the land. In the partnership, the Senior Center will offer programs focused on seniors from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. The City Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department will offer programs from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday. On Friday evenings and weekends the Waterfront Center will be used as a rental venue. All rental revenue will be used to support programs at the Edmonds Waterfront Center.
All furniture has been moved in and installed. Staff have the option of continuing to work remotely from home or work from their new offices at the Edmonds Waterfront Center while following COVID-19 safety protocols.
On April 22nd we hosted a virtual opening and panel discussion for the new building. Click on the video link at the top of this page to view it. The official ribbon cutting is scheduled for September 25th at 10:00 a.m. The following week you can participate in a range of activities that will highlight programs at the Waterfront Center.
Membership is not required to visit or participate in programs at the Waterfront Center, but after you hear about the benefits of membership you will want to join. Anyone can join.
Yes, guided tours are offered at 11:00 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. You can sign up by emailing our our CEO Daniel Johnson