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

Information for Shoreline

Updated 4/8/2020 

The outbreak of COVID-19 is an active situation that is quickly evolving. We are committed to continuing to provide essential services to our community members while following the Governor's guidelines to ensure public and staff safety.

Governor Inslee has extended the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order to May 4, 2020.

The order requires every Washingtonian to stay at home, except for people:

  • Pursuing an essential activity, like shopping for groceries or going to a medical appointment.
  • Getting takeout food. (Food deliveries also are permitted).
  • Going to work at an essential business.
  • Going outside for walks and exercise, as long as social distancing of six feet is maintained.

What does it mean to stay home? 

In order to comply with this order, the City of Shoreline will only provide essential services during this period. These are services related to health and safety, emergency response, and government operations.


  • Additional languages added to the Translations & Interpreter Services tab.

  • Supplemental Weekend Food Support is now available. Call 206-385-9385 by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesdays to request a delivery.

  • Richmond Beach Saltwater Park is now closed to vehicle access until further notice. 

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