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Our shopping guide to the Burnaby Edmonds district follows 6th Street up from the New Westminster boundary and then down Edmonds Street to the Kingsway corridor. Over 200 Shops, Restaurants and Services that are available to local residents and visitors that reflect the rich ethnic diversity of the area,.
The Edmonds district was one of the first areas to be settled in Burnaby. In fact, Burnaby’s first municipal hall was built in 1899 at Kingsway and Edmonds. It was located on the tram line between Vancouver and New Westminster and soon became a population hub.
Today exciting changes are happening in the Edmonds area; commercial and residential developments are springing up, including the Tommy Douglas public library and Edmonds Community Centre and Pool at the corner of Edmonds Street and Humphries Avenue. This Community Centre is the heart of the new Edmonds Town Centre and is one if the largest facilities of its kind in the lower mainland.
Parks in the area include Robert Burnaby Park with its beautiful hiking trails, outdoor swimming pool and popular Baseball diamond and Edmonds Park located directly behind the Community Centre on Humphries Avenue with large green spaces where local residents gather with family and friends.
The Edmonds district is framed to the by 10th Street corridor on the New Westminster border, 6th Avenue, Edmonds Street and Kingsway. The Edmonds Sky Train station is located at foot of Edmonds at 19th Avenue. There is ample street parking along Edmonds and the 6th Street corridor.
Edmonds residents show their spirit each year with two annual events; The Edmonds City Fair (pictured above) and the Edmonds Classic Car Show. This a fun family event includes kids rides and activities, a petting zoo, international village, talent show, food, entertainment and a classic car show.
Come experience the Edmonds spirit and explore the Edmonds district.