• Northcrest Park leaves

    Northcrest Park

    Northcrest Park leaves

  • Recreation Programs

    Recreation programs

    Recreation programs

  • Hillwood Park

    Hillwood Park

    Hillwood Park

  • swimming

    Shoreline Pool

    Shoreline Pool

  • EXTRA Autumn 2012 Autumn leaves

    Autumn leaves

    Autumn leaves

  • Interurban Trail

    Interurban Trail

    Interurban Trail

  • Kruckeberg Botanic Garden

    Kruckeberg Botanic Garden

    Kruckeberg Botanic Garden

What's new in Shoreline

  • New Board/Commission Members Youth Library Board Applications Accepted

    The City of Shoreline invites interested youth, age 15 - 19 to apply for a position on the Library Board. Gain municipal government experience and earn community service hours.

  • colleen leahy, kuning ungu 1 thumbnail Gallery Opening - Thursday, Oct. 30

    The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council and the City present “I Make THEREFORE I AM” featuring printmakers Christine Lee, Christopher Gildow, Colleen Leahy, Tatyana Brown and the winners of the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden Photo Contest and Shoreline Community College Clay Club. Meet the artists, tour the exhibit, and enjoy light refreshments at the open house at City Hall from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.

  • City Hall Courtyard City appeals Snohomish County BRB's decision

    The City has filed its appeal in Snohomish County Superior Court of the Snohomish County Boundary Review Board's decision to deny the City's proposed assumption of the Ronald Wastewater District in Snohomish County.

  • fall leaves for web news Utility unification update

    By unifying utilities into City operations, the City can increase efficiencies for both the individual utilities and to the existing operations of the City. Combining operations will also allow better coordination of service delivery and infrastructure improvements, plus refine and target the City's approach to economic development in Shoreline.

  • leaves on drain Adopt a drain and help prevent flooding

    During the storm season, October through March, residents can volunteer to “adopt” a storm drain, and remove leaves and other debris that accumulate on top of drains after storm events.

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