Holiday Lights

Here are some locations where outstanding Christmas lights are reported.

Share your favorite Christmas light locations by sending an e-mail to newshound@ or call 425-339-3451.


18616 Heron Court (Gleneagle).

Lantern Lane, 204th Street NE and 67th Avenue NE.


Timberline Park, 3800 block of 228th Place SW. Donate for the Lynnwood Food Bank.


Port of Edmonds’ “Holiday Lighting on the Docks,” 336 Admiral Way. Edmonds Yacht Club members moved boats to the guest moorage area and decorated with lights. Twenty-seven boats light up nightly from dusk until about 11 p.m. through Dec. 26.

7120 Meadowdale Beach Road.


10131 First Place W. Santa’s reindeer frolic on dog agility equipment.

2402 Baker Ave.

Palm Street and Highland Drive.

Fir Grove, off 19th Avenue SE, go east on 100th Street SE, right on 21st Avenue SE. Donate food for Volunteers of America.

11500 Meridian Ave. S., Space 14.

10921 29th Drive SE, corner of 29th Drive and 110th Street SE, lots of lights and cutouts made by the owners.

Granite Falls

15010 84th St. NE (Getchell Road). Collecting food for the needy.

Lake Stevens

13332 28th St. NE.

519 95th Drive SE. More than 20,000 lights.


3414 158th St. SW, Lynnwood, collecting for Northwest Harvest and the Progressive Animal Welfare Society.

176th Street SW between 44th Avenue W and Spruce Way.


Northeast corner of Seventh Street and Union Avenue.

817 Quinn Ave. Bring food bank donations.

8315 77th Ave. NE.

5600 block of 79th Ave. NE

Quinn Avenue between Union Avenue between Seventh and Eighth streets.

Eighth Street between Union Avenue and Grove Street.

Eighth and Ninth Streets.

1000 block of Alder Avenue.

1000 and 6600 block of Armar Road.

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