Shoreline’s Plan for Parks, Recreation and Cultural Service (PROS Plan) Final Open House: Bringing It All Together

Friday, January 6, 2017

Echo Lake Park
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Come anytime between 10:00am to 12:00pm
Shoreline City Hall Council Chamber, 
17500 Midvale Ave N.

Join Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services staff at the final PROS Plan public open house.

It will be an opportunity to review the twelve strategic action initiatives summarizing the direction received from community input.

Over the past year, residents have provided their input, through surveys, community meetings, open houses, and comment cards, on what they want for Shoreline’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services in the future.

Saturday’s open house will provide residents with an opportunity to see the results of that input. The City has developed twelve draft strategic action initiatives designed to respond to the needs of the community. When implemented, the initiatives will make a visible and measurable difference in the parks, recreation and cultural services provided to Shoreline residents and visitors. Listed below are the action initiatives:

Strategic Action Initiatives

1. Build an Aquatics and Community Center
2. Expand Opportunities to Connect with Nature
3. Expand Recreation Facility Opportunities
4. Serve the Full Spectrum of Adult Recreation Needs
5. Ensure Adequate Park Land for Future Generations
6. Maintain, Enhance, and Protect the Urban Forest
7. Enhance Walkability In and Around Parks
8. Support Diverse Communities
9. Enhance Place-making through Public Art
10. Secure Sustainable Funding
11. Implement a Values-Based Capital Improvement Plan
12. Ensure Administrative Excellence

The full description of the twelve action initiatives will be available online next week. For more information, contact Park Project Coordinator Maureen Colaizzi at 206-801-2603.


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