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Urban Forest Restoration Work Party at Hamlin Park

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When
Where
Hamlin Park
Meet at the far north end of the park, next to the NE 166th Street stairs

Join Shoreline's Master Stewards for community work parties at Hamlin Park to remove invasive plants and lay mulch. Everyone is Welcome!

Where: 16006 15th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155. Meet at the far north end of the park, next to the NE 166th Street stairs

Bring: Dress appropriate for the weather and wear sturdy footwear. Gloves, tools, and water will be provided.

Contact us: Contact Hamlin.Restoration@gmail.com to RSVP or for further information

Shoreline Park Concept Designs Open House

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When
Where
Shoreline City Hall
17500 Midvale Ave N

Shoreline is updating the design of parks throughout the City.

The city is holding an initial open house to help determine what activities and amenities you want to see improved or added in each park.

Shoreline Parks Open House banner

Parks included in this design review include:

  • Ballinger Open Space
  • Brugger’s Bog Park
  • Cedarbrook School Site
  • Hamlin Park
  • Hillwood Park
  • James Keough Park
  • Paramount Open Space
  • Park at Town Center
  • Richmond Highlands Park
  • Ridgecrest Park
  • Shoreview Park
  • Twin Ponds Park
  • Westminster Triangle Park

If you have questions about the open house or need special accomodations, please call (206) 801-2602.

More information is available on the city’s website.

North City Neighborhood Association Meeting

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When
Where
North City Water District
1519 NE 177th St

On the Future of Shoreline’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services

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!