Friday, July 8, 2016
National Night Out is a great way to get to know your neighbors and create safer, more resilient neighborhoods. Whether this is already a long-standing tradition on your block, or if you have been thinking about hosting a party, the City of Shoreline encourages you to participate this year.
NNO is August 2nd, and in brief, this is what you need to know in Shoreline:
- If you host a party in your yard or driveway, you do not need to get a permit to close your street. Please register your party so you can get City support. It’s free and easy!
- If you have your party in the right-of-way, or on the road, you do need to get a permit to close your street. Permit fees can be waived if you get your application reviewed, approved, and signed by a neighborhood association representative. You can get contact information for your neighborhood representative by sending an email or calling 206-801-2253.
- Permit applications need to be received no later than July 19th.
- All parties registered by July 19th will be entered into a lottery for fire engine and police visits.
Questions? Contact Constance Perenyi by email, or phone at 206-801-2253.
For registration and permit information, you will find everything you need on this link.