This new event came into being based on the feedback from 2015 Jazz Walk. Overwhelmingly, Jazz Walk attendees wanted an opportunity to have other musical gatherings more often than the annual event.
Five venues in North City will be participating this year. They will begin serving food at 6:00. The music will begin at 7:00 and there will be three forty-five minute sets. Tickets are $12.
Please come to our next neighborhood meeting where Shoreline’s Economic Development Program Manager, Dan Eernissee, will share the city’s plans for future business development.
The meeting will be held at 7:00pm, Tuesday, September 29 at Anderson Plaza, 177201 15th Ave NE.
Further details are here.
We invite you to the 17th annual North City tree lighting event. Bring the whole family to Les Schwab at 180th & 15th Ave NE to help light the 25 foot “tree” on top of the North City water tower.
There will be live music and children can have their pictures taken with Santa courtesy of the North City Walgreens.) Coffee and other refreshments will be provided to help keep you warm, so don’t let the weather keep you from coming out.
We will be collecting non-perishable food items for Hopelink.
More information here.
The Shoreline PRCS will be hosting the Hamline Halloween Haunt on Friday, October 23.
Join your neighbors while we listen to spooky songs and stories, toast marshmallows around a campfire, ride the hay wagon, play Halloween games, and have our faces painted.
Dress warmly and bring a flashlight.
See the PRCS events listing for more information.
Note that the meeting is at Anderson Plaza, not the North City Water District.
Dan Eernissee, Economic Development Manager for the city of Shoreline will be speaking on the city’s plans for future business development.
Learn about Shoreline’s 5-year development strategy. Get current status updates on projects like the Aurora Square Community Renewal Area, the Fircrest property and other sites in Shoreline.
Dan will also be sharing information about the “Promoting Shoreline” Initiative. See results of a recent survey of Shoreline’s desirability among targeted future residents.
Please join us!
Meet your neighbors
Share ideas and concerns
Please come to the North City Summer Picnic on Thursday, July 30!
Bring the kids and meet your neighbors. Further details are here.
On May 20th, the city will host an open house regarding the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study currently being performed by the City of Shoreline.
145th Street (SR 523), which borders Shoreline and Seattle, is a major east-west travel corridor connecting north King County with Aurora Avenue (SR-99), Lake City Way (SR 422), and a future light rail station near I-5. The City of Shoreline is leading a corridor study to address traffic congestion, and improve safe pedestrian, bike and transit access.