Trees at North City Park


North City Neighborhood Association Meeting

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Anderson House, Activity Room
17201 15th Ave NE


Due to flooding at the North City Water District offices, this meeting has been moved down the street to the activity room at Anderson House.

Find out what’s happening before the bulldozer shows up!

Mark your calendar for the next North City Neighborhood Meeting!

Light rail is coming to North City, and the city is going to be making considerable zoning changes as part of the 185th Street Station Subarea Plan. The current “preferred alternative” under consideration would assign a MUR-85 designation — allowing the construction of seven story buildings — to significant portions of North City. The Planning Commission and City Council will be voting on the plan within the next few months, so the time to provide input is now.

At the November meeting, Miranda Redinger, Senior Planner for the City of Shoreline, will be giving a presentation to get us “caught up” on the zoning changes under consideration.

  • What changes to expect
  • Property value impact
  • Building heights
  • Parking
  • Zoning definitions

There will also be a discussion on what opportunities there are to influence the decisions being made.

Please come!

If your have questions, please call (206) 801-2253, or leave a comment below.

Bricks 4 Kidz Summer Camps

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Shoreline Conference Center

Bricks 4 Kidz Summer Camps and afterschool enrichment classes integrate collaborative team building activities using LEGO® Model Making, Robotics, Art, and Stop Motion Animation into challenging programs incorporating Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM).

The 2014 summer camps will be held at the Shoreline Conference Center from July through August.

Register by April 25th 2014 and get 20% off! Use coupon code: 5310D886B8B81

Here’s a flyer with more details about the camps.

Neighborhood Placemaking Workshop and Potluck

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Shoreline City Hall
17500 Midvale Ave N


RSVP by Monday, 4/28 to 206-801-2218 or

Fred Kent, the President of Project for Public Spaces, calls Placemaking “the thing that turns a neighborhood, street, or city from a place you can’t wait to get through to one you never want to leave.” If you are a Shoreline resident who longs to make your neighborhood memorable, wonderful place, this workshop is for you.

This fun and high-energy workshop includes a working potluck dinner, fascinating placemaking concepts, inspiring case studies, and ample time to share and process your ideas. If you are creative, passionate, or simply curious about improving the function of your local public realm with “lighter, quicker, cheaper” placemaking projects, we invite you to come to the workshop and collaborate with like-minded neighbors.

Urban Forest Strategic Plan Public Open House Thursday

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Shoreline City Hall Council Chambers

Join the Shoreline Tree/PRCS Board at an open house on Thursday, January 23 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm in the Shoreline City Hall Council Chambers to learn about the City’s efforts to develop an Urban Forest Strategic Plan for the City.

An outline of the development of the strategic plan will be discussed. Guests are encouraged to ask questions, provide comments, and weigh in on the top priorities for the City’s urban forestry program. Board members, staff and consultant Elizabeth Walker, Consulting Urban Forester, of Terra Firma Consulting will be available to discuss this exciting project.

The development of this strategic plan is a collaborative process between City staff, the advisory Tree Board (PRCST Board), and the public, facilitated by an urban forestry consultant.

For more information visit the Urban Forest Strategic Plan Webpage.

ShoreDOG Kickoff Membership Meeting

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Shoreline City Hall, Room 301

Come learn how you can make a difference at Shoreline’s off-leash dog areas.

Join us for a fun evening with ShoreDOG. View video contest entries and vote on the best one. Share your ideas for what ShoreDOG should be doing this year. Meet other off leash dog area users and the ShoreDOG leaders!

For More Information: Visit our FaceBook page, email us, or visit our community calendar.


ShoreDOG is having a Video Contest!

In a video, tell ShoreDOG why you love Shoreline’s dog parks! Don’t forget to include your dog.

Take a video and post it to the ShoreDOG FaceBook page. Videos will be viewed at the meeting, and the people’s choice award will receive a doggy gift basket sponsorted by ShoreDOG.

You must be present at the February 4th meeting to win.

Don’t forget to like us on Facebook!

ShoreDOG is a Washington State non-profit stewardship organization that supports the creation and maintenance of dog off-leash areas within Shoreline.

P.O. Box 55072, Shoreline, WA 98155

185th Station Citizen Committee Meeting

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Shoreline City Hall, Room 301
17500 Midvale Ave NE
Shoreline, WA

The 185SCC will meet in Shoreline City Hall, room 301 at 7:30 Monday, January 13th.

The City of Shoreline will be hosting workshops on station area development late February, so this will be one item of discussion, many people still do not know a station will be built in our neighborhood!

Hope to see you there!