Public open house to share community and aquatics center concept design

Sunday, November 25, 2018



The City of Shoreline will hold a public open house on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 to share the concept design for the planned Community and Aquatics Center.

The Center will be located near City Hall on Midvale on land currently occupied by a large one story storage unit facility.

The open house will be held from 6 to 8pm with a brief presentation at 6:15pm.

The design, which was prompted by the failing condition of the Shoreline Pool, does not include a diving well or a pool big enough for the high school swim teams, nor does it have accommodations for the Senior Center.

It does expand on facilities currently available at the Spartan Center, which it would replace, and a "leisure pool and lap lanes." Also, an indoor jogging track, fitness facilities, and a two court gym.

More information is available HERE

A Parks Funding Advisory Committee has been appointed and is currently meeting.

Committee Members
  • Donald Bell
  • David Chen
  • Bill Franklin
  • Philip Herold
  • Joan Herrick
  • Jean Hilde 
  • Carolyn Hope
  • Julian Larson
  • Jeff Potter
  • Esaac Mazengia
  • Sara Raab McInerny
  • Yvette Perez
  • Betsy Robertson
  • Cecelia Romero
  • Nan Skinner
  • Sally Wolf

Contact for more information: Email: shorelineparks@shorelinewa.gov or 206-801-2600



1 comments:

Unknown November 27, 2018 at 7:01 AM  

Thank you SAN; I will attend and support robust provisions for our Seniors and High Schoolers in the new Center. We have more seniors in Shoreline than most communities. Our current Senior Center needs to be replaced and needs long term security. Many studies report that communities are healthiest and happiest when their older members are involved closely and frequently with their children and other age groups. Similarly, our High Schools need a pool. Yes, the new Center will be expensive, and we will decide democratically whether to fund it next year. If it improves on current Senior Center and Pool I will vote for it; if it does not I won't. -- John Hibbs, Shoreline

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