King County is currently in Phase 2 of reopening.

Information for Shoreline

CAPRA-Web-410-RGBPRCS is nationally accredited

Shoreline has been awarded national accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Parks and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA). That's why you'll see this logo on our web pages and other materials. We're proud to offer Shoreline residents top-notch parks and recreation services. Read more.

Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals

The Parks Department's service to the community is guided by core principles and values. Read the Mission, Vision, Values and Goals

Volunteer Opportunities

The PRCS Department welcomes volunteers throughout the department for a variety of programs and services. More information

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services/Tree Board

The PRCS/Tree Board advises the City Council and City staff on a variety of parks, recreation, public art, and public tree issues. Visit the PRCS/Tree Board webpage

Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan

(2017-2023) Adopted July 31, 2017
Read the plan that defines the future of Shoreline's parks, recreation and cultural services. More information

Projects and Plans

Current park capital improvement projects and park planning documents.

Community Partners

Our partnership with these non-profit organizations increases our ability to serve you well.