King County is currently in Phase 2 of reopening.

Information for Shoreline

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Who has made a difference to you and your family?

In March, everything changed for all of us. We were asked to stay home to keep ourselves and others safe from the COVID-19 virus.

At the same time, many people kept going to work. They hold our community together. They work in hospitals and grocery stores, deliver mail and packages, drive buses and pick up garbage. They are teachers who offer lessons online and neighbors who help each other.

Nominate someone for recognition 

Do you have a neighbor or know someone who lives and/or works in Shoreline who has made a difference? Are you one of those people? Send us an email to tell us about their or your work. If you can, share contact information for the person/people you are nominating.

Throughout the month of August, the City of Shoreline will post short profiles on our Facebook page. We want to celebrate our neighbors who make this city a caring place to live. Send your shout-outs to Constance Perenyi, no  later than August 21.

Sidewalk art appreciation

Throughout August, use sidewalk chalk to draw a colorful thank you message on your driveway or sidewalk. Make it big enough for people to see as they walk or drive by. Remember to be safe. Keep your distance from cars and stay at least 6 feet away from other people. Wash your hands well after you finish your drawing.

Please share your thank you messages on social media with the hashtag #iheartshoreline.

Need chalk?

We will distribute both sidewalk chalk and yard signs to decorate, free of charge:

Saturday, August 1, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Near the Shoreline Farmers Market, at the corner of 155th Ave and Westminster Way North. For your convenience please park near the China Buffet and you will find the pick-up station next to the Food Truck.

Tuesday, August 4, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Avenue North
City Hall is closed to the public, but you will be able to pick up your materials on the plaza outside the building. Park in the lot (turn off Midvale) and walk towards the City Hall doors.

Thursday, August 6, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Spartan Recreation Center, 202 NE 185th Street
Spartan is closed to the public, but you will be able to pick up outside the building in front of the main entry.