Fir Tree

Environmental Services staff assist residents, schools, businesses, and government to increase actions that protect our environment and our health for current and future generations.

Follow the links below for more information about what we are doing to protect our environment and how you can get involved. 


Garbage and Recycling

The City provides garbage and recycling services through a private contractor, Recology CleanScapes. The City also coordinates recycling of hard-to-recycle items and the proper disposal of hazardous waste.

Garbage Service - Curbside garbage collection services available to Shoreline residents and businesses

Recycling Service - Types of materials that can be picked up from your home or business for recycling

Other Recycling Opportunities - Where you can recycle different items such as batteries, unwanted medications, and used cooking oil

Hazardous Waste Disposal - Where to dispose of products labeled "caution," "danger" or "toxic"

City Sustainability

The City strives toward environmental sustainability in its practices, policies, and procedures. Learn more about our Climate Action plan and other City initiatives here.

Get Involved

The City provides opportunities for residents to get involved in protecting and enhancing our environment. 

Environmental Mini-Grant - Grants are available to residents for environmental projects that benefit the community.

Natural Yard Care - Reduce your impact with "green" gardening techniques

2015 J.Luthy Env MG Enviroscape MP 1          Pesticide Free Zone sign

Students at Meridian Park Elementary learning about ecosystems funded by the Environmental Mini-Grant program - Residents learning about natural yard care at an Earth Day Every Day Event