Opportunity to learn how local government works

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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

Curious citizens will have an opportunity to learn how local government works in the second Shoreline CityWise Project, a series of eight interactive classes starting in January 2018.

Classes will meet at City Hall on Tuesday evenings starting January 23, with a Parks visit on a Saturday morning.

The number of participants is limited.

Applications are available online. The deadline to apply is January 5.

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

Presentation order subject to change
Class 1Tuesday, Jan. 23
City Council
City Manager's Office
City Government 101:
Organization, Vision, Mission
Class 2Tuesday, Jan. 30Shoreline Police DepartmentKeeping Citizens Safe
Class 3Tuesday, Feb. 6Community ServicesBuilding our Community's
Resilience and Strength
Class 4Saturday, Feb. 10
Morning tour around City parks
and facilities
Parks, Recreation, and Cultural 
Creating the Community
Parks, Recreation, and the Arts
Class 5Tuesday, Feb. 13Planning and Community Development Planning and Building for Today andTomorrow
Class 6Tuesday, Feb. 20 Public Works Maintaining the City
Class 7Tuesday, Feb. 27Finance and Economic
Getting Down to Business
Class 8Monday, March 5 GraduationRecognition with the Shoreline
City Council


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