Shoreline Surface Water Master Plan Update and Public Meeting

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Kids crossing Boeing Creek at stepping stones
Photo courtesy Froggy Holler Preschool

The City of Shoreline is preparing an update to the Surface Water Master Plan and Rate Study (2017 Master Plan). The Master Plan guides the City’s surface water utility management programs.

The City published its first Surface Water Master Plan in 2005. In 2011, City Council adopted the Surface Water Master Plan Update (2011 Master Plan) to address the changing needs of the City.

Since the City adopted the 2011 Master Plan, the Surface Water Utility has grown; several projects and activities are underway or have been completed; and the City has implemented or anticipates implementing new regulations. Now, the 2011 Master Plan needs to be updated.

The purpose of the 2017 Master Plan is to define levels of service for the Utility; address drainage and water quality challenges associated with growth, increasing regulations, and aging infrastructure within the City of Shoreline.
The plan will provide guidance on program priorities and assess the rates and level of funding needed to implement the recommended programs for the next five to ten years.

To accomplish this, the City has contracted with the Brown and Caldwell Team (BC Team) to help develop the plan. Learn more about the update here.

Public Meetings

City Staff will hold public meetings at Shoreline City Hall to open channels of communication, identify public interests and concerns, and solicit input on significant issues.

Surface Water Master Plan 2017 Update Open House

Thursday, September 8, 2016, 6-8pm, Shoreline City Hall - Council Chamber, 17500 Midvale Ave N, Shoreline 98133.


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