tag: environment

Get a Free Tree for Your Property!

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graphic on the benefits of trees

Eligible Shoreline residents can apply to receive free trees through Trees for Shoreline, a pilot program aimed at growing and maintaining a healthy urban forest.

Trees are important for a healthy Shoreline. They provide a wide range of benefits to our environment, homes, and properties! When you participate in Trees for Shoreline, you receive:

  • Help with selecting the right tree and planting location
  • A watering bag and mulch for your tree
  • Training on proper planting and care
  • Ongoing care reminders
  • Planting assistance (on a limited basis due to volunteer availability)

The application period for Trees for Shoreline is open until August 15. There is a limit of one free tree per household. Depending on tree availability and program interest, not everyone who applies will receive a tree.

The types of trees available are listed in this 2022 Tree Guide flyer.

Apply by August 15!

To learn more, visit shorelinewa.gov/TreesForShoreline.

North City Loop Walk

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Thursday, June 6,
North City Elementary School
816 NE 190th St
Shoreline, WA 98155

Enjoy a pleasant after-dinner walk around the North City Neighborhood. We’ll start at North City Elementary and make a 2 mile loop by the North City Park, over the 195th pedestrian-only I-5 ridge and Shoreline Park. The second half of this walk takes us through area that is being transformed by the coming of Light Rail. Come enjoy this wonderful area while it is still a quiet part of the City.

Walk is approximately 2 miles / 1 hour Walk Rating: Moderately Easy Meet at: North City Elementary School parking lot, 816 NE 190th St. Walk Leader: Alice

This is part of the City's Shoreline Walks program.

Urban Forest Restoration Work Party at Hamlin Park

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Saturday, June 15,
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

Light Rail Construction Update

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Tuesday, May 21,
Shoreline City Hall, Room 301
17500 Midvale Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133
Light Rail Construction Update

Big changes are happening in Shoreline including the construction of Link Light Rail stations. Construction has started to create this form of transportation in our city. The Meridian Park Neighborhood Association in conjunction with the North City Neighborhood Association is hosting an open meeting on May 21st, 2019, 7pm-8:30pm at Shoreline City Hall in Room 301.

Topics to be covered are: * Tree removal/replacements * Parking amendments * Road closures * 145th St. Station * 185th Station * 130th Infill Station * Noise Wall removal

Please bring your questions and meet your neighbors at this gathering. All are welcome. Light refreshments will be served.

If you have any questions, please email meridianparkna@gmail.com or info@northcityna.org or call Cynthia Knox at 206-218-3302.