Want help to get started on a home improvement project? Shoreline offers free workshops

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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Summer is coming! Do you have a home improvement project that you would like some guidance to get started? Is it a subdivision of property, house remodel, driveway, drainage, deck, or a tree project?

The Shoreline Planning and Community Development Department has organized two workshops to help Shoreline residents with these types of projects.

The workshops will be March 26 and April 30, 2014 from 6 to 8pm in the first floor lobby of City Hall.

Look for “Residential Improvement Workshops” on the City’s website (after March 1) to sign up for reserved time slots. If you leave your address at the sign-up, Planning will have maps of your property at the workshop. After the first workshop you can sign up for the second workshop to refine your plans further. You have the option of going to either or both workshops.

There will be technical reviewers there to help with questions regarding your house, property, land uses, and street as well as and code and permit information. Information at the workshop includes:
  1. List of Shoreline consultants, contractors, and material suppliers; 
  2. Work tables, handouts, and maps of your property; and 
  3. Consult with a local designer, Master Gardener, energy auditor, material supplier, home loan, and a grant funding program for residential drainage improvements.
Call Paul Cohen, Planning Manager at 206-801-2551 or email him if you have questions.

Bring your plans and ideas!


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