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  • Park Concept Designs Welcome Public Feedback

    Site Concept Designs are in the early stage of development for 8 Shoreline Parks. Two open houses have been scheduled in March to receive public feedback.

    12/14/2017 12:00 pm

  • Low Tide Beach Walks 2017

    Explore and investigate the fascinating world of marine beaches at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park during low tides.

    05/16/2017 10:06 am

  • Mandatory garbage service begins March 1

    To help keep rates low, increase recycling, and promote the health and safety of our community, single-family garbage collection will become mandatory.

    11/04/2016 8:45 am

  • Council places Proposition 1 on the ballot

    On July 25, the Shoreline City Council adopted Resolution No. 389, which places a levy lid lift on the November 8 ballot.

    08/04/2016 2:08 pm

  • Volunteer to Restore our Urban Forest

    02/21/2018 3:31 pm

  • Changes coming to City’s ALERT Shoreline system

    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

  • What are conditional use and special use permits?

    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

  • Trail Along the Rail project update

    02/21/2018 1:17 pm

  • Coyotes in Shoreline

    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

  • Planning Commission work plan

    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

  • Sears closure leads to new opportunities at Shoreline Place

    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

  • Council adopts a B&O tax

    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

  • Utility Assistance Programs

    Low income discounts are available for household utility bills.

    02/21/2018 9:59 am

  • You may qualify for property tax exemptions and deferrals

    02/21/2018 9:31 am

  • Shoreline City Councilmembers help shape policy on regional, state, and national levels

    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

  • Becoming a Welcoming Community

    Today, our neighborhoods pride themselves on being open and welcoming communities. However, that has not always been the case.


  • Temporary relocation of City Clerks office

    The City Clerks Office and Wastewater payment desk have been temporarily relocated in City Hall due to construction.

    01/29/2018 9:26 am

  • City Council selects Will Hall as Mayor and Jesse Salomon Deputy Mayor

    On January 8, the Shoreline City Council selected Councilmember Will Hall as Mayor and Councilmember Jesse Salomon as Deputy Mayor. Newly elected Councilmember Susan Chang also sworn into office.

    01/11/2018 3:32 pm

  • Aerial videos of Shoreline

    Check out the aerial views of our parks and events taken in 2017.

    12/20/2017 4:17 pm

  • Association of Washington Cities Scholarship opportunity for graduating seniors

    The City of Shoreline is now accepting applications for the AWC Center for Quality Communities Scholarship fund. Scholarships are available through a statewide competitive process.

    12/06/2017 9:26 am

  • City Council seeks volunteers to serve on Planning Commission

    Council will be appointing volunteers to the Planning Commission to serve four-year terms beginning in April 2018. Applications are due January 12, 2018.

    11/28/2017 11:49 am

  • City joins jurisdictions from across nation on U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief

    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

  • 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

  • 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.


  • Sidewalk Advisory Committee meetings underway

    Residents tell us they want more sidewalks near their homes. Unfortunately, sidewalks are expensive. To help address this issue, the City Manager has appointed 16 Shoreline residents to a Sidewalk Advisory Committee.

    08/22/2017 10:01 am

  • Redesign of

    We are pleased to announce that later this fall the City will launch its newly redesigned website. The City has created a more user-friendly site that is easier to navigate and responsive in design.

    08/22/2017 9:10 am

  • Council adopts Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan

    Council unanimously adopted the PROS Plan 2017-2023 after an 18-month process involving hundreds of Shoreline residents. The plan is a blueprint for the next six years of Shoreline's parks, recreation, and cultural services.

    08/22/2017 8:59 am

  • Register for fall programs

    Registration is now open for all the great programs, camps, trips, hikes, classes and events coming up this fall in Shoreline. Register early. Space is limited.

    08/04/2017 4:18 pm

  • Public Art Expo

    August means outdoor pianos in Shoreline! See this year's pianos, new Interurban Artscape sculptures, and more at the Public Art Expo Wed, August 2nd, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at City Hall.

    07/31/2017 10:17 am

  • Green Building Speaker Series

    See videos of the City sponsored Green Building Speaker Series held April-July 2017.

    07/21/2017 9:21 am

  • Bike Plan Implementation Project progress

    Re-striping of several City streets is taking place over the next couple of weeks as part of the Bike Plan Implementation project.

    07/19/2017 3:22 pm

  • Police Station at City Hall construction begins

    Construction on the new Police Station at City Hall has begun with demolition of the former Grease Monkey building and remediation of oil-contaminated soil.

    07/07/2017 3:22 pm

  • June 12, 2017 Council recap

    Council discussed the draft Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan, the development of the 2018-2023 Capital Improvement Plan, and policy updates to the Connie King Scholarship Program

    06/13/2017 2:05 pm

  • Surplus City vehicles and equipment to be auctioned

    The City of Shoreline (per SMC 3.50) will auction surplus vehicles and equipment via James G. Murphy Co. on June 10, 2017.

    05/22/2017 12:36 pm

  • Seattle International Film Festival Returns to Shoreline

    The City of Shoreline and Shoreline Community College are pleased to announce the Seattle International Film Festival will return to Shoreline for the second year in a row.

    05/10/2017 1:48 pm

  • Shoreline’s Million Stair Challenge is Expanding

    Shoreline’s 6th annual Million Stair Challenge starts back up on June 1, 2017 with some exciting new changes!

    05/10/2017 1:33 pm

  • Goats help at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park

    Over the next six months, the City will employ goats periodically to help manage vegetation at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park.

    05/10/2017 1:29 pm

  • May 8, 2017 Council recap

    Council talked with Stephen Norman of King County Housing Authority and held two public hearings.

    05/10/2017 8:58 am

  • Neighborhood Spotlight: Highland Terrace

    Asked to describe their neighborhood's current status, HTNA members chose the word "renewal." Neighborhood leaders are building traditions that bring longtime residents and new neighbors together.

    05/02/2017 4:00 pm

  • Neighborhood Spotlight: The Highlands

    The Highlands is a hidden gem, a private community steeped in Pacific Northwest history, with grand homes surrounded by dense second growth forest, award winning gardens, an an air of mystery.

    05/02/2017 4:00 pm

  • Crime trends continue downward in Shoreline

    The good news is, Shoreline continues to be a safe community. Over the past two years, Part-1 crime has remained at its lowest level in over a decade.

    05/02/2017 3:45 pm

  • May 1, 2017 City Council Meeting Recap

    Council authorized the City Manager to execute contracts for the construction of a new police station on the City Hall campus. Council determined to sunset the Library Board. Shoreline Police Chief Shawn Ledford presented the 2016 Police Services Report.

    05/02/2017 2:42 pm

  • 2016 Engineering Development Manual Update

    The Engineering Development Manual (EDM) addresses permitting and engineering requirements for site and right-of-way work related to development within the City of Shoreline.

    04/24/2017 3:29 pm

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