- City Council Special Meeting February 8, 2016
- City Council Business Meeting February 8, 2016
- Ronald Wastewater Assumption Committee of Elected Officials Meeting February 12, 2016
- Fat Laces February 12, 2016
- Tween Night February 13, 2016
- City Council Business Meeting CANCELLED DUE TO HOLIDAY February 15, 2016
- Planning Commission Meeting February 18, 2016
- Middle School Night February 20, 2016
- City Council Workshop Dinner Meeting February 22, 2016
- City Council Business Meeting February 22, 2016
- Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services/Tree Board Meeting February 25, 2016
- NE 145th Street Station Citizens Committee (145SCC) February 25, 2016
What's new in Shoreline
Seeking Applicants for the Library and PRCS Boards
Board Members must live, work or own property in the City of Shoreline. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on February 26.
Winter Program Registration now open
For the first time you can register for recreation programs and reserve picnic shelters online. This exciting advancement means all users, both new and returning, are required to set up a new account in order to register for a program or reserve a shelter. It's quick and easy. Do it today at www.shorelinewa.gov/registernow.
Pool closure - February 20 through late June
The City will close the Shoreline Pool for major maintenance repairs in order to meet health and safety codes, and to help extend the pool’s useful life.
Five Cities unite to support Sound Transit projects in North King County
Rallying for essential transportation projects and bus rapid transit service, the mayors signed a letter to the Sound Transit Board of Directors.
Extended lane closure on SR 99
Drivers and commuters should plan ahead for increased congestion during upcoming construction work that will reduce both directions of SR 99/Aurora Avenue North by one lane between the Aurora Bridge and just north of Mercer Street.
Council selects Mayor and Deputy Mayor
On January 4, the Shoreline City Council selected Chris Roberts to be Mayor and Shari Winstead to be Deputy Mayor. New City Councilmember Keith Scully and returning Councilmembers Jesse Salomon and Doris McConnell also sworn in.