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Current Major Projects

 10 Year Financial Sustainability Project
   View the 10 Year Financial Sustainability Plan developed to strengthen Shoreline’s economic base by identifying options to balance revenues with costs.

3rd Avenue NE Woonerf
  The 3rd Avenue NE Woonerf (a "shared" or "living" street) will be an enlivened civic space connecting to the Shoreline South/145th Station (light rail), future 148th Street Non-Motorized Bridge, future Trail Along the Rail, and growing transit-oriented community.

145th Street Corridor
  145th Street/SR 523 is a key east-west connection for the region. Shoreline projects and Sound Transit light rail and bus rapid transit will improve connections, speed, and safety through the corridor. 

148th Street Non-Motorized Bridge
  Design and construct a pedestrian/bicycle bridge over Interstate 5 (I-5) that would link the neighborhoods on the west side of the freeway to the future Shoreline South/145th Station (light rail).
 
15th Avenue NE Pavement Preservation Project
 
  As part of the City's pavement preservation program, this project will provide pavement rehabilitation along 15th Avenue NE between NE 155th Street and NE 160th Street.   

160th Street , Innis Arden Way, Greenwood Ave N Intersection Improvements
  The City will be working with Shoreline Community College on improvements to this intersection in the vicinity of the college.
 
175th Street Corridor Improvements
 
   The 175th Street corridor is one of Shoreline’s most active east-west arterials. Shoreline has made it a priority to improve 175th Street between Stone Avenue and I-5 by making it easier and safer for all corridor users.  

185th Street Multimodal Corridor Strategy
  The 185th Street Multimodal Corridor Strategy (185th MCS) will create a vision for the future of the 185th Street Corridor that bisects the 185th Street Station Subarea.
 
198th Affordable Housing Project
 
  The City is partnering with King County, Community Psychiatric Clinic, and Catholic Housing Services to develop 80-100 units of permanent supportive housing for people that were homeless or experiencing housing instability. This includes individuals dealing with chronic mental illness.  

ADA Transition Plan Project
  Under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a public entity is required to perform a self-evaluation of its current services, policies, and practices for ADA compliance.
 
Community & Aquatics Center
 
  Proposition 1 to fund a new community & aquatics center was placed on the November 2019 ballot for voter approval. With an approval vote of 54%, Shoreline Proposition 1 failed. Because Prop. 1 was a bond measure, it required a 60% approval rate to pass. Council is evaluating what next steps, if any, they should take regarding future investments in City recreation facilities.
 
 
City Maintenance Facility Project
  The City is analyzing potential sites for a new maintenance facility to accommodate the needs of Parks, Public Works, and Grounds maintenance operations.
 
Destination 2024
 
  Eight transportation projects linked to the opening of the Shoreline South/145th light rail station. The goal for all these projects is to ensure pedestrians, bicyclists, transit, and auto traffic can get to and from the Shoreline South/145th Station as safely and efficiently as possible.  

Light Rail Permitting
  The City is reviewing and issuing permits for all facilities related to the Lynnwood Link Extension Light Rail Project in Shoreline. We welcome your comments, suggestions and questions.

Light Rail Station Subarea Plans
  The City and community developed subarea plans to address land use, transportation, park, and other needs to accommodate projected growth in the areas surrounding Lynnwood Link Extension Light Rail stations. 

NE 175th Street Pavement Preservation Project
  This project provided pavement rehabilitation along NE 175th Street between I-5 and 15th Avenue NE. The existing pavement in this section was failing and needed major repair.

Park Concept Designs 2018
  Proposition 1 to fund improvements in 4 Shoreline parks was placed on the November 2019 ballot for voter approval. With an approval vote of 54%, Shoreline Proposition 1 failed. Because Prop. 1 was a bond measure, it required a 60% approval rate to pass. Council is evaluating what next steps, if any, they should take regarding future investments in park improvements.
 
Sidewalks
  Sidewalks are important to our residents. View information on sidewalk projects, both new construction and repair, and the City’s process for creating a safe sidewalk network.

Trail Along the Rail 
  A shared-use path for pedestrians and bicyclists that would run roughly parallel to future light rail in Shoreline.

Westminster Way N & N 155th Intersection Design
  In order to provide a safer, realigned intersection and to support redevelopment of nearby properties, the City is designing improvements.
   

Capital Improvement Projects

Capital improvement projects include major construction projects and land acquisitions that improve the cultural environment, capital infrastructure and recreational opportunities for the residents of Shoreline.

Long-Range Planning Projects

Surface Water Utility Projects

The Surface Water Utility manages projects that improve the public drainage system.

Translations

If you would like to communicate with the City of Shoreline or review a document in another language, please send your request along with your contact information to the email address below or call (206) 801-2700.

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Email: clk@shorelinewa.gov