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Currents - A complete archive of the City's newsletter.

Archived News
  • November 13 Council Meeting continued to November 14

    Due to a power outage at City Hall, the Council meeting scheduled for Monday, Nov. 13 has been continued to Tuesday, Nov. 14.

    11/13/2017 5:05 pm

  • City joins jurisdictions from across nation on U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief in support of nondiscrimination against LGBTQ community

    On Monday, October 16, the Shoreline City Council authorized Mayor Roberts and the City to join more than 80 other mayors and 70 jurisdictions from across the nation in a U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief to support the rights of LGBTQ people to be free from discrimination.

    11/08/2017 10:13 am

  • Shoreline Town Center Call for Artists

    The City of Shoreline seeks an artist or artist-team to design, fabricate, and install a dynamic, site-specific artwork to serve as a landmark for the center of this young and growing city. Submission of materials by January 31.

    11/03/2017 4:00 pm

  • Arbor Day Event

    For the fifth year in a row, the Arbor Day Foundation has recognized the City of Shoreline as a Tree City USA. Come help the City celebrate by helping remove invasive species and plant new trees and plants in Hillwood Park on Saturday, November 4.

    11/02/2017 11:43 am

  • Comprehensive Plan amendment suggestions due by December 1, 2017

    If you would like to suggest an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan, fill out an application and send it to the Planning and Community Development Department by December 1.

    11/02/2017 11:11 am

  • Redesign of

    We are pleased to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website.

    10/31/2017 4:37 pm

  • Sidewalks - We want to hear from you!

    Please review material from the recent Sidewalk Open House and take the survey for an opportunity to provide your input.


  • Storm Preparedness

    Rain and wind are in the forecast. Help prevent localized flooding in your neighborhood by clearing leaves and debris from storm drains.


  • Youth Teen Development Program receives $543,355 grant

    King County has awarded Shoreline’s Youth and Teen Development Program, in partnership with the Center for Human Services, a $543,355 grant.

    10/16/2017 2:25 pm

  • Urban Forest Restoration Opportunities

    Join Master Native Plant Stewards from the WA Native Plant Society this fall restoring urban forests across the City of Shoreline. 24 work parties to choose from.

    10/05/2017 10:05 am

  • Ronald Wastewater has moved to City Hall

    All wastewater service that is conducted in person now takes place at City Hall including the payment box, paying a bill, receiving a permit, and customer service issues.

    10/05/2017 9:38 am

  • City earns APWA accreditation

    The prestigious APWA Accreditation program recognizes public works agencies in the United States and Canada whose management practices exceed established requirements.


  • Teen/Tween Recreation Programs

    The City's teen/tween offerings include the drop-in after-school teen center, middle school programs, and special monthly events for tweens.