Road closures in Shoreline

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Snow Event Closure Map.

This is the standard road closure map for Shoreline, marking danger spots in snow events.

If you have lived here any length of time, you already know where they are. Don't drive on Motorcycle Hill, for example. (185th at 10th NE).

You also need to watch out for skiers and sledders.

From the City of Shoreline at 10:30am Saturday

City street crews are working 12-hour shifts plowing and spreading salt and sand and are currently working on primary routes. The streets crews are being supported by staff from all City departments. Recology Cleanscapes is also providing support in transporting salt to our facilities base. Learn more about the City's response during a snow event and to see maps for the primary and secondary plowing routes at shorelinewa.gov/stormready.

If you do not need to be on the roads, please stay home. As a reminder, the City does not clear sidewalks. Shoreline homeowners and business/property owners are responsible for clearing snow and ice off driveways and sidewalks near their property. Please be careful as sidewalks can be slick.

Parks are open; however, we encourage visitors to use caution. Snow, ice, and strong winds can cause tree branches to snap. Please stay out from under trees and avoid forested park areas during the current weather conditions.

Next update will be posted at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, February 9.

Road Closures

The City has posted road closure signs on some of our known danger spots. (see map above)

These roads are also closed:
  • N 182nd St. from Evanston Ave. N to Fremont Ave. N
  • NW 204th St. from 16th Pl NW to 17th Pl NW
  • 205th St. NW from 5th Ave. NW to Ferndale Ave. NW
  • 190th Pl NW from 22nd Ave. NW to Richmond Beach Rd.
  • N 167th St. from Ashworth Ave. N and Wallingford Ave. N
  • NE 185th St. from 10th Ave. NE and 12th Ave. NE

The following are being monitored and may be closed:
  • 8th Ave. NW and NW 205th
  • 3rd Ave. NW from NW 203r and NW 205th



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