Shoreline CityWise Project

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Have you ever wondered who maintains our roads? Or how the City creates a budget or plans for the future of our parks?

Curious residents will have an opportunity to learn the answers to those questions and more through the Shoreline CityWise Project.

CityWise is an eight-week opportunity for Shoreline residents to learn about how the City functions.

Participants will gain insight into the wide range of services provided by the City by engaging in informational and interactive sessions with elected representatives and City Staff from a variety of City departments.

Participants will learn how the City operates, how decisions are made, how funds are allocated, and the functions of the different City departments.

  • Must be willing to commit to attending all sessions (can miss one session and still graduate);
  • Must be a Shoreline resident, business owner/employee, or student age 16 or older.
Application Process:

CityWise will be limited to 15 eligible participants. Interested people must fill out an online application found here by Friday, January 6. The City will send notifications of acceptance to selected participants by Wednesday, Jan. 11.

Participation in CityWise is free. Classes will meet at City Hall from January 24 through March 20, 2017 on Tuesdays from 7:00 to 9:00pm. There will be a Saturday class on February 11 and no class on February 14. Graduation will be on Monday, March 20.

For more information, contact Neighborhoods Coordinator Constance Perenyi at 206-801-2253.


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