We invite you to the 18th 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.
Please come to the North City Summer Picnic on Thursday, July 28!
Bring the kids and meet your neighbors. Further details are here.
Please join Shoreline's Police Department, city officials, district educators and fellow residents in attending a public forum, “Sex Trafficking in King County.”
Hundreds of women and girls are sold for sex every night in King County. Join us this coming Tuesday 7pm at Shoreline City Hall to learn what’s being done and how you can help. Parents and teens are especially encouraged to come out.
The forum will begin with the presentation “Sex Trafficking in King County” by REST (Real Escape from the Sex Trade; description below). Q & A will follow with REST and Shoreline Police Department’s Liaison & Special Teams Officers and the City Prosecutor’s Office. Other local officials, community leaders, and district educators will be at the forum as well.
REST is an independent, Seattle-based 501c3 that provides pathways to freedom, safety, and hope for victims of sex trafficking and people involved in the sex trade. REST actively partners with Seattle's Vice Squad, Seatac, Kent, and Burien police officers, Businesses Ending Sex Trafficking (BEST), Organization for Prostitution Survivors (OPS), Seattle's Union Gospel Mission, and others.
This event is co-sponsored by Laura Lind and Officer Steven Perry (of the Shoreline Police Department.) If you have any questions about the forum, please feel free to contact Laura Lind. Hope to see many of you at City Hall 7pm this Tuesday night!
The North City Neighborhood Association will once again be hosting a family picnic this summer on the evening of Thursday, July 28, from 6–8pm. We will be providing food — and a bouncy slide!
Get to know your North City neighbors
Games for kids
Potluck — please bring a side dish, salad, or dessert for 12
Take a stroll along 15th Avenue NE in Shoreline and enjoy live jazz at one great venue after another. This year, come early and enjoy “Jazz Bites” — delicious food items specifically provided for the event.
The dining starts on 6pm, the music starts at 7pm.
More information can be found at northcityjazzwalk.org.
The North City Neighborhood Association invites you to a presentation and discussion of future directions for Shoreline’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services.
The Shoreline Parks, Recreation and Cultural Service (PRCS) Department has begun an eighteen month planning process to update the PROS Plan, a document that creates a 20-year vision and serves as the framework for Shoreline’s recreation and cultural programs and park and open space facilities.
At our meeting, City staff will be on hand to provide a look at the past and discuss and listen to your input on future directions. What do you want your parks, recreation, and cultural services system to be, and what are you willing to support?
The meeting will start with a brief introduction on the North City Neighborhood Association — who we are, and what our plans are. The presentation by PRCS and discussion on the future of Shoreline’s parks will follow.
Please join us!
Meet your neighbors
Share ideas and concerns
Learn bout the North City Summer Picnic!
On February 9, 4:00pm, there will be a rare opportunity to tour the Activities Building at Fircrest. Jeff Flesner, the new Superintendent, will show participants what is inside the building, ncluding the basketball court, gym, stage, bleachers, meeting rooms, kitchen, banquet room, and the two swimming pools (currently closed). Jeff will also answer questions about how the facility can be used. To get to the Activities Building, enter the main Fircrest gate off 15th Avenue NE (between NE 152st and 152nd Street); take a sharp left, and the building is on the right.
Come to City sponsored open house to provide your input on design of Shoreline light rail stations & facilities.
In 2016, Sound Transit will begin the final design phase for the Lynwood Link light rail extension that will run through Shoreline. As part of that effort, beginning in mid-2016, Sound Transit will hold three public open houses to gather input on the design of the stations and related facilities at N 145th and N 185th Streets.
To ensure the community’s interests are adequately represented during Sound Transit’s design phase, the City will develop a set of guiding principles to help guide the design of the light rail stations and facilities in Shoreline.
On January 27, the City will hold an open house to gather your input. The open house will provide:
Background for the process to date and how to participate moving forward
An opportunity to comment on Draft Guiding Principles for Light Rail Facility Design
Images of possible design elements for stations and garages
For more information contact Miranda Redinger.