Governor Inslee has ordered all Washingtonians to Stay Home, Stay Healthy.

Information for Shoreline

Residential Parking Zones have been created to help ease parking congestion in residential neighborhoods.  These zones help discourage long-term parking by non-residents on residential streets.

 A parking zone may be appropriate where the parking congestion is caused by being near a business district, a hospital, school, or factory that have limited on-site parking.  However, a parking zone is not appropriate where residents themselves own more cars than there are parking spaces available.

 Currently there is one residential parking zone in the City of Shoreline, located south of Shoreline Community College (see the map below).


To apply for, or to renew your permit for this zone, please fill out the RPZ Permit form.

If you are interested in starting a Residential Parking Zone in your neighborhood, please review the RPZ Guidelines.

For other parking related concerns including all day and hourly restriction requests, please contact City staff shown on the right side of this page.

Experiencing blocked mailboxes or driveways? Residents can paint curbs yellow according to this diagram.

Parking Laws & Codes:

Summary of parking related codes in Shoreline
Shoreline Model Traffic Ordinance
RCW 46.61.570


RPZ Guidelines
RPZ Permit Form
Curb Paint Diagram