• Indoor Playground

  • Paramount School Park

  • swimming

    Shoreline Pool

    Shoreline Pool

  • Spring Gateway blossoms

  • Camp Shoreline

    Camp Shoreline

  • Spring salmon

  • Winter 2012 winter birds

    Winter birds

What's new in Shoreline

  • Exclamation Point Date changes for Council action on Station Areas

    Council adoption of 185th Street Station Subarea Package moved to March 16. Council selection of 145th Street Station preferred alternative for FEIS moved to March 23.

  • Saltwater park bridge Saltwater Park pedestrian bridge remains closed

    The bridge and beach access remain CLOSED during construction. Closure is necessary to complete much needed structural repairs and upgrades to the 50 year-old bridge. The current condition of the bridge is unsafe. It is illegal and dangerous to remove barrier fencing to gain access to the bridge.

  • homeimprovementthumb Free workshops for your home improvement projects

    Do you have a home improvement project in mind, but need some guidance to get started? The City is offering two workshops to help Shoreline residents take the next steps.

  • Feb 2011 Art Show Call for Curatorial Proposals at City Hall Art Gallery

    The Art Gallery at City Hall Shoreline is currently seeking proposals from independent curators for small exhibitions of 2-D and 3-D artwork (including fiber, flat panel video, and unobstructive, wall-mounted sculpture) for the 4th floor of City Hall. Exhibitions will be displayed for about six months. Deadline for proposals is April 10, 2015.

  • Shoreline City Hall Permit Services hours change

    The Permit Services desk will be providing only limited services between noon and 1:00 p.m. from Monday, Feb. 9 through Friday, March 20. We apologize for the inconvenience.

  • metro transit bus King County Metro is offering reduced-fare bus passes

    King County Metro's ORCA LIFT program provides a discounted rate of $1.50 per trip for residents who qualify. The reduced fare applies to travel on Metro, Link Light Rail and the Seattle Streetcar.

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