The City of Shoreline provides opportunities for all residents to get involved in caring for the environment. Use the links below to find ways you can get involved in creating an environmentally-sustainable community: 

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Adopt-A-Drain Program

You can help reduce flooding and pollution in your neighborhood by volunteering to clear leaves and debris from storm drains. Visit the Adopt-A-Drain page for more information.

Clean Water - How to Help

Visit Clean Water - How to Help to learn how you can help reduce water pollution and create a healthier community. Simple, everyday actions like picking up after your pet, fixing oil leaks and taking your car to a commercial wash can have a big effect!

 Environmental Mini-Grants

Have an environmental community project that needs funding? The City provides grants of up to $5,000 for projects that benefit the community and environment. Visit the Environmental Mini-Grant page to learn more.

Environmental Events

The City hosts events that promote sustainable living and environmental stewardship. Check our city calendar for information on annual events like Earth Day Every Day or NW Solar Fest.

 High-Efficiency Toilet Rebates Available

Conserve water at home and save money, and probably lower your utility bills when you purchase a high-efficiency toilet.  Call (206) 615-1282 or visit the Saving Water Partnership website for details. 

 Natural Yard Care

Go natural to create a beautiful, low-cost garden or yard that is safer for people, pets, and the environment. Visit the Natural Yard Care page to learn how. 

Park Restoration

You can help restore native habitat in our City parks. Groups are working in several parks to restore the urban forest by removing invasive plants and replanting native species. View the Parks Volunteer Opportunities page   for more information.

Soak It Up Rebate

You can receive up to $1,600 to install a rain garden or native vegetation landscaping on your property! Visit the Soak It Up Program page for more information. 

Storm Drain Marking

Citizens, community groups, and school groups can volunteer to mark storm drains with “Dump No Waste" medallions. Contact the Environmental Program Specialist at (206) 801-2455 for more information and to reserve a kit.