Edgewood is a wide spread and dynamic city of a little over 9,800 residents. The community is composed of picturesque farms, beautiful homes, friendly people and businesses. The City of Edgewood stretches approximately 8.9 square miles from Puyallup and Sumner to the south and east, Milton to the northwest and Auburn to the north and east.
One of Edgewood’s significant landmarks is the Nyholm Windmill. The windmill was Edgewood’s first landmark and has become the formal symbol for Edgewood and is incorporated into the city’s logo. The windmill was on Peter Nyholm’s ranch, which became known as one of the finest ranches in the area producing hay, vegetables, fruit and dairy products. From small beginnings, great things can blossom and so is true for the great City of Edgewood.
Edgewood community outreach
Mountain View Community Center & Fish Food Bank
3607 122nd Ave. East | Edgewood, WA 98372
(253) 826-4329 | www.mtviewcommunitycenter.org
Call or visit website for events, day/times for food bank.
Edgewood City Hall
2224 104th Ave East | Edgewood, WA 98372
(253) 952-3299 | www.cityofedgewood.org
Edgewood Community Events
Saturday, July 20
Edgewood Tree Lighting
Friday, Nov. 22
Please check the website for outdoor/indoor community movies.
EDGEWOOD QUICK FACTS
Incorporated | 1996
Area | 8.9 square miles
2016 estimated population | 10,800
Number of households | 4,076
Household income | $80,264
The City of Edgewood is served by three school districts: