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, 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 at: adrienne.monillas@edmondswa.gov


‘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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A trip to the Edmonds cold-weather shelter

In a new Edmonds Beacon article Adrienne writes “I recently had the opportunity to be at the We All Belong cold weather, low-barrier shelter at the Edmonds Senior Center on a very chilly 27-degree night, where 36 people had checked in for the night.”

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