- For Residents
- Edgewood Parks
This land was donated by long-time resident J. Jeane Heine in 2008.
Edgewood Community Park
Located on the northeast corner of 36th Street East & Meridian Avenue East (State Route 161), this park formally opened in March 2022.
This beautifully wooded 5-acre park has off-street parking, a tot lot and playground, a baseball diamond that doubles as a soccer field, a basketball court, a picnic shelter, drinking fountain, and restrooms.
The Interurban Trail runs through and is being developed by many cities between Tacoma and Everett.
Nelson Farm Park
The Nelson Farm provides residents with a community garden where raised planting beds are available to locals to cultivate the soil and grow their own flowers and vegetables.
Nelson Nature Park
Nelson Nature Park is a "passive park" nestled in a serene wetland area home to a variety of animals and plant life.
Edgewood Parks, Recreation, Open Space, & Trails Plan
Parks and recreation contribute to a high quality of life by providing a full range of recreational opportunities for all segments of the population from competitive activities, such as sports and games, to more passive activities, including walking and enjoying nature. Attractive, well-maintained recreation areas also contribute to the quality of life by providing open space, wildlife habitat, and groundwater recharge areas for our community.