Shoreline Mayor Will Hall, on behalf of the City Council, has proclaimed the month of April Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
04/02/2018 4:41 pm
02/21/2018 3:31 pm
Shoreline’s Pop-Up Pianos program is seeking caretaker hosts (businesses and organizations) for the 2018 summer season
04/03/2018 1:38 pm
Later this spring, we will be changing how we deliver our ALERT Shoreline alerts. We will be sending emergency alerts through King County’s Code Red system and we will send community alerts through our website’s e-notification system.
02/21/2018 1:29 pm
Ever wonder how large or complicated projects are approved by your City? These projects are approved through conditional use permits and special use permits.
02/21/2018 1:26 pm
02/21/2018 1:17 pm
Coyotes play an important role in our environment and, for the most part, Shoreline residents and coyotes can coexist peacefully. However, to ensure the safety of you, your children, and your pets, it is important to keep a few things in mind.
02/21/2018 1:12 pm
City Council and the Planning Commission held a joint meeting to review accomplishments from 2017 and to discuss the Planning Commission’s work plan for 2018.
02/21/2018 12:56 pm
Early in January, Sears announced that along with 42 other stores across the country, it would be closing its Shoreline store in April 2018.
02/21/2018 12:43 pm
All businesses operating in Shoreline that have gross receipts in excess of $500,000 per year (or $125,000 per quarter), except 501(C)(3) non-profits, will be subject to the tax effective January 1, 2019.
02/21/2018 10:02 am
Low income discounts are available for household utility bills.
02/21/2018 9:59 am
02/21/2018 9:31 am
Shoreline Councilmembers also represent Shoreline residents on many different local and national organizations. These organizations play critical roles in establishing regional, state, and national policies.
02/08/2018 5:00 pm
We are offering free home improvement workshops to help with your potential projects.
Today, our neighborhoods pride themselves on being open and welcoming communities. However, that has not always been the case.
The City Clerks Office and Wastewater payment desk have been temporarily relocated in City Hall due to construction.
01/29/2018 9:26 am