portraitI am honored and humbled to serve as your Edmonds City Council member.

I will continue in the next 4 years to work for all the citizens of Edmonds no matter where you live.

It is clear to me that citizens want to see development outside of the view corridor, environmental protections of our land and sea, public safety with our police department as a priority, and wise use of our tax payers dollar.

I have heard you and will work toward our common interests.

Always feel free to contact me with ideas and suggestions for improvement in our city.


No Longer Acceptable

“A couple of weeks ago, two women came to our City Council meeting to talk about three public lawsuits filed by three women.”

“Two of the women named in suits worked for the Edmonds Police Department, and the other, a civilian, had been sexually assaulted by an on-duty Edmonds police officer. (Editor’s note: That officer was convicted and sentenced to jail.)”

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Adrienne named to leadership position for national women legislators

“Edmonds City Councilmember Adrienne Fraley-Monillas has been selected to serve in a leadership role for the National Foundation for Women Legislators, the nation’s oldest non-partisan organization addressing the needs of elected women at the city, county and state levels of government.”

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‘We help our neighbors’: Edmonds City Council approves Safe City Resolution

“The strength of our community comes from our rich diversity,” said Councilmember Adrienne Fraley-Monillas, who drafted the resolution. “Harassment and violence are not OK, and have no place in our community. Sadly, there have been a number of recent incidents in our community, and even more sadly, these have been on the rise. That makes it particularly important at this time that we as a council take a stand in support of human dignity.”

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