Materials from 185th Corridor open house available online

Thursday, November 8, 2018

The City of Shoreline recently completed an initial outreach series to gather community and stakeholder input to help envision a corridor that will be safe for pedestrians and bicyclists; support bus and light rail transit service; address traffic flow; create gathering spaces; and encourage neighborhood businesses.

If you were unable to attend any of the events, you can view the open house presentation and displayed materials on the project webpage:

After reviewing information, take the online survey which is linked on the project webpage above.

This survey will remain open through Sunday, November 25, 2018.

#Shoreline185 to share your ideas and photos of the corridor or images of other places that include designs or features you would like to see reflected in the future 185th Street Corridor.


Anonymous,  November 8, 2018 at 10:43 AM  

Really? Not one, but two planting strips per side? City Council keeps poormouthing about the planting strips on Aurora being too expensive to maintain and these big thinkers keep suggesting we should fill them in with gravel. Yet somehow, there's going to be windfall for FOUR planting strips along 185th? This is more and bait and switch to make the property takings as wide as possibly and displace as many people as possible.

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