Shoreline City Council establishes Emergency Community Response Fund

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Shoreline City Council
Photo courtesy City of Shoreline

On March 30, the Shoreline City Council approved Emergency Resolution 457 establishing an Emergency Community Response Fund.

The goal of establishing this fund is to provide rapid and flexible access to resources for eligible organizations providing emergency services to Shoreline residents. 

Local non-profits and faith-based organizations may request funds from the City to support new or additional direct emergency assistance to Shoreline residents during the Coronavirus crisis.

The application and more information is now available HERE

To be considered for funding, applicants must:
  • Be in or close to Shoreline and ensure that substantially all of the funds provided will assist Shoreline residents; and
  • Be a registered 501(c)3 or faith‐based organization

More information HERE

You can also contact Community Services Manager Colleen Kelly at or 206-801-2251.


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