The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department provides quality parks, facilities and recreation programs for Shoreline residents of all ages and abilities. Our Cultural Services division invites public participation and appreciation of art and music in varied forms and venues throughout the City. Through maintenance, improvement and community stewardship we protect our natural resources and preserve our environmental, historical and cultural heritage for future generations of Shoreline residents to cherish and enjoy.
Register now for your favorite programs and classes. Visit the Recreation Guide webpage for more information.
The City of Shoreline is Accepting Applications for Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services/Tree Board Members.
Board Members must live, work or own property in the City of Shoreline and are appointed by the City Council to serve four-year terms.
The PRCS/Tree Board advises the City Council and City staff on a variety of parks, recreation, public art, and environmental issues including trees on public property, park operation and design, program activities, property acquisition, arts opportunities, and development of rules and regulations. The Board consists of seven adult members and two non-voting youth members and meets on the fourth Thursday of each month from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at City Hall. There are currently openings for three (3) adult members.
Those interested in being considered must complete a Shoreline Community Services Application. Paper copies are available in the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall (17500 Midvale Avenue N). Completed applications must be submitted to the City Clerk’s office no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 20, 2015.
For more information, contact Lynn Gabrieli or (206) 801-2602.
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park pedestrian bridge CLOSED for repairs
The City's contractor, MJ Hughes, has closes Richmond Beach Saltwater Park pedestrian bridge through the beginning of April to complete much needed structural repairs and upgrades. However, there are a number of factors outside of the City's and the contractor's control that could extend the timeline. Read the full news story
David Francis selected as Shoreline's new Public Art Coordinator. David has a rich art history background working as a curator for the Museum of Glass in Tacoma; as curator and arts administrator for the Center on Contemporary Art in Seattle; and coordinator of many other art exhibitions in the Puget Sound area.
Echo Lake Park is closed to allow the newly planted grass to establish. We regret any inconvenience. Visit the Project Page for more information.
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