Tuesday's fiery sunset

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Photo by Lee Lageschulte
A spectacular sunset may mean that smoke from wildfires has reached Puget Sound and, as predicted, is remaining in the upper atmosphere.


Ceremony in Lake Forest Park marks the anniversary of the Hiroshima atomic bomb with prayers for Peace

Rev. Senji Kanaeda makes offerings of incense and water
Photo by Karol Milner 

The Lake Forest Park portion of the Peace Walk began at the Peace Pole at the corner of Bothell and Ballinger Way NE

The Peace Pole photo by Karol Milner
The Rev. Senji Kanaeda of the Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Temple on Bainbridge Island made offerings of incense, and water to quench the thirst of atomic bomb victims in Hiroshima, Japan in 1945.

Peace Ceremony photo  by Karol Milner
Over 20 people then walked the seven miles to Green Lake as part of the annual Pacific Northwest Interfaith Peace Walk.

At Green Lake they joined with others for the annual floating lantern ceremony on the lake.


Magic tricks, stunts, and comedy at Cromwell Park Sunday August 14, 2022

Reading is Magic at Cromwell Park!
Sunday, August 14, 3:30pm

Ages 3 and older.

Magician and two-time Guinness World Record holder Louie Foxx will amaze and enthrall with magic tricks, hilarious stunts and laugh-out-loud comedy!

Sponsored by the Friends of the Shoreline Library.


Shoreline Walks – Woodway from Richmond Beach

Shoreline Walks – Woodway from Richmond Beach, Saturday, August 13, 2022 at 10am

Meet at the tennis court on the north side of Richmond Beach Community Park on 197th

From the tennis courts of the Richmond Beach Community Park we will head up the hill on 20th NW to loop through the Town of Woodway. 

We will pass by a variety of housing from traditional houses on small lots at the south end to enormous estates at the north end. Along the way we will cut through a bit of the Woodway Preserve, check out the new town hall, walk a trail through Deer Park, and enjoy the view from the 1929 concrete Brown Owl Bridge. 

Shoreline Walks are designed for adults ages 50+ but open to all ages and abilities, each walk is led by a Volunteer Walk Leader and all walks are free. No need to sign up, just show up at the meetup location and we'll take care of the rest! 

Full list of walks online.


Don’t click on that random text. It’s a scam

Don’t click on that random text. It’s a scam

Sorry to burst your bubble. That unexpected text from the Postal Service (USPS), Costco, or The Home Depot telling you about an unclaimed package or a survey you can complete to claim a freebie is NOT.

It's just the latest scheme to get your money and/or identity.

Remember - if something is too good to be true - it's not true


Cartoon by Whitney Potter: Whatever


Previous cartoons by Whitney Potter HERE


Parkwood Elementary is home to "Discovery Forest" by artist Sumi Wu

Discovery Forest artwork and photo by Sumi Wu

Parkwood Elementary is home to "Discovery Forest" by artist Sumi Wu, in partnership with the Washington State Arts Commission

"Discovery Forest" asks you to see how individual, small elements contribute to the larger overall imagery of the artwork. The artwork is made of seven, six-sided, painted steel columns with small cut out shapes throughout. 

As you walk around the balcony level at the school, the columns create different scenes. Small-scale images of nature native to the Pacific Northwest add up to form the larger imagery.

You can learn more about the piece and Sumi Wu, including a time-lapse video of the installation here:

Committee members who brought this art to Parkwood were:
  • Solie Calhoun, Parkwood Student
  • Tainia Tuilevuka, Parkwood Student
  • Christian Mason, Parkwood Parent
  • Laura King, Shoreline School District Art TOSA
  • Taylor Seda, Parkwood Multi-lingual Learner Teacher
  • Jimena Lozoya, Parkwood Registrar/Secretary
  • Carl Yost, Parkwood Music Teacher
  • Ann Torres, Parkwood Principal
  • Marla Miller, Shoreline School District Deputy Superintendent
  • Chuck Zimmer, Art in Public Places Program Manager


Jobs: First Lutheran Preschool teachers

Have experience working in an early childhood education setting? Love putting your creative, compassionate, collaborative gifts to use? 

First Lutheran Preschool, a play-based, faith filled early learning school, is in search of teachers for the upcoming school year. 

Please follow this link for more information Job Opening – First Lutheran Preschool (flrb.org)


Shoreline seeks feedback on proposed safety improvements on Meridian

The City of Shoreline would like to like to hear from you! 

As we prepare to make safety improvements on Meridian Avenue N, we want your input on lane configuration and pedestrian and bicycle enhancements.

The City was awarded grant funding to provide safety improvements on Meridian Avenue N between N 155th Street and N 175th Street. The project will enhance safety at pedestrian crossings, add bicycle lanes, and modify the lane configuration along the Meridian Avenue N corridor. 
In addition, we invite you to attend an online presentation to learn more about the project, view the latest design, and provide feedback. 

The online presentation will be held on September 14, 2022 from 6:00 to 8:00pm

For more information, the survey link, and to register for the online presentation, visit: shorelinewa.gov/MeridianAve.


Jobs: WSDOT Survey Technician (TT3, In-Training)

Survey Technician (TT3, In-Training)

Shoreline, WA. – Northwest Region
$42,852 - $80,879 Annually

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is currently seeking multiple Survey Technicians to serve an integral role and help fulfill WSDOT’s mission of highway design, construction, and right of way. This is an in-training position that offers a career path and on-the-job training, and allows you to progress upward through the Transportation Technician field and achieve the goal class. 

These are non-permanent positions expected to last up to 12 months but no less than 6 months. The successful candidate appointed into this role will be assigned to a survey crew operating survey equipment, collecting survey data, and processing and delivering said data to customers.

Job description and application


Jobs: WSDOT Right of Way Engineer (TE2)

Right of Way Engineer (TE2)

Shoreline, WA. – Northwest Region
$66,376 - $89,271 Annually

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Northwest Region (NWR) is currently seeking an engineering professional to serve an integral role as Right of Way Update Engineer. This position will support WSDOT’s mission of highway design, construction, and right of way by preparing survey records, right of way plans, and other documents.

Job description and application


Northwest Junior Pipe Band featured on piping Facebook page

Performing on Buchanan Street in Glasgow

The Northwest Junior Pipe Band, under the leadership of local resident Kevin Auld, is competing in a series of Highland Games and piping festivals in Scotland.

They are currently taking part in Piping Live! 2022, which is happening in Glasgow, Scotland from August 6 - 14, 2022.

Northwest Junior Pipe Band in Glasgow, Scotland

The We Love Pipe Bands Facebook page, with over 58,000 followers, posted a four-part video of the group performing on Buchanan Street Monday. 


WeatherWatcher: Slight chance of thunderstorm

Thunderstorm photo by Mike Remarcke

There’s a slight chance of a thunderstorm in the period from early morning to afternoon on Wednesday, August 10, 2022. 

Moisture from the North American southwest monsoon season has been making its way into our region.


Shoreline firefighters return home from wildfires

Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Photo courtesy Shoreline Fire
Northwest Interagency Coordination Center, which tracks wildfires in Washington and Oregon, says that as of Monday,

  • There are 57,348 acres of active uncontained fires out there! 
  • There are also 2,354 individuals out fighting 9 large fires: 6 in OR and 3 in WA.
The four Shoreline firefighters deployed to eastern Washington have returned home.


Northwest Junior Pipe band wins trophy for deportment in competition in Scotland

Photo courtesy NW Junior Pipe Band

The Northwest Junior Pipe Band reports they had a really fun day competing at the Bridge of Allan Highland Games!

And they're even taking home a trophy for being great at marching and deportment!

Next they will be taking part at Piping Live! 2022, which is happening in Glasgow, Scotland from 6th - 14th August. You can find out more about the festival, and the band performance at www.pipinglive.co.uk

You can even buy tickets for the livestream event.


LFP Council meetings Thursday

Lake Forest Park 2022 City Council

The Lake Forest Park City Council work session Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 6pm will discuss the Capital Improvement Plan - Budget Review for 2023-2024.

At 7pm the regular meeting will hear a presentation from King County Regional Homelessness Authority regarding the proposed North King County Interlocal Agreement.

They will take action on Resolution 1853 - Authorizing the Mayor to sign a professional services agreement with the Watershed Company to conduct a Tree Inventory.

The meetings are hybrid, both in person at City Hall and online. The full agenda, information for participation, and how to make comments at this site.


Jobs: Shoreline Community College Vice President – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Shoreline Community College
is recruiting for the following position:

Vice President – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Date of first consideration: 8/31/22
Full-Time - $135,000.00 - $145,000.00 Annually

Job description and application

Interested applicants may apply at www.shoreline.edu/hr for our full-time and part-time positions. It’s easy to search for open positions using the search bar and filtering tools.


Beginning Watercolor at the Richmond Beach Library Wednesday

SilverKite Community Arts: Beginning Watercolor at the Richmond Beach Library 19601 21st Ave NW, Shoreline, WA 98177

Wednesday August 10, 2pm. For adults. Free.

With guidance from one of SilverKite's professional teaching artists and your own creative instincts, explore the art of watercolor painting. All supplies provided.

Please register online here or call the library at 206-546-3522.

Sponsored by the King County Library System Foundation.


For the Birds: Water the Birds, not your lawn

Chestnut-backed Chickadee cooling off. Photo by Craig Kerns

By Christine Southwick

Your dormant lawn will recover this fall — dehydrated birds may not!

It’s easy to provide water for birds, ranging from ponds, fountains and bird baths down to a plastic plant pot liner placed where you can watch it.

Wilson's Warbler bathing. Photo by Chris Southwick
All you have to do is keep the water reasonably clean, and make sure that the water doesn’t get too hot if you use a shallow bowl that sits in the sun.

Moving water, especially falling water, will attract migrants as they fly near your property and hear the welcome sound of often hard to find water.

They will veer toward your yard, stop, and fill up with much needed water, often saving their lives, especially now that many of their migration drinking stops have become dry. 

Some may even take a quick bath, allowing them to cool down, refresh and take a much-desired rest before continuing on. 

And if your yard offers food by having native plants with bird-enticing bugs or fruits, or bird feeders, many birds will add your yard to their migration rest stops both going and returning.

Evening Grosbeak drinking water. Photo by Craig Kerns
A birdbath can be as small as a plate, as long as it is in a safe location from cats and isn’t too deep. 

Birds don’t swim, so a couple of large rocks will allow them to stand, splash and drink. 

My dripper/mister drips down into two ground bird baths, around which I have a decorative metal fence on three sides to discourage wandering cats, and on the back side of this waterfall I planted salmonberries for the same reason.

Migrants like MacGillivray’s Warblers, Western Tanagers, and Swainson’s Thrushes have stopped at my water setups during many of their migrations. Resident birds use my fountains daily, year-round.

Red-breasted Nuthatch drinking at a fountain.
Photo by Craig Kerns
Fountains will attract birds because they can hear and see moving water. 

Fountains recirculate the water, which is good conservation, and offers a pleasant babbling sound. 

They are easy to set up, can be moved if you so desire, and offer beneficial and enjoyable decoration.

A small pond will often attract different birds than a bird bath, especially if there is a small moving element. 

A waterfall or pond is a major investment in work, but oh, the birds it will bring in!

Make your yard a bird magnet. Both you and the birds will be glad you did.

See previous For the Birds articles here


Sam Scott 2022 Summer Studio Show by appointment

Shoreline ceramic artist Sam Scott will be opening his studio for his 2022 Summer Studio Show. 

Because Covid is still around he will be setting up appointments for individual visits instead of a two day general opening.

One hour appointments will be available for Monday, August 15 through Sunday, August 21, 2022. 

Appointments will be available from 12 - 6pm each day. Exceptions can be made.

He will have lots of work available!

To set up an appointment or if you have any questions, contact Sam at cheerspots@yahoo.com, go to his website www.samscottpottery.com or call 206-542-1944.


Unlimited Bowling Special now through Labor Day at Spin Alley

Beat the heat and get Rolling with Spin Alley Bowling! 

Bowl for up to 3 full hours for $20 plus shoe rental from 7-9pm Sunday through Thursday! 

Bowl as many games as you want for three hours for one low price! 

Stay cool and have some fun! 

26 beers on draft, craft cocktails, delicious food, arcade and bowling in one spot!!

Spin Alley is at 1430 NW Richmond Beach Road and it's air conditioned.


Seafair Saturday and Blue Angels

Monday, August 8, 2022

Photo by Barbara Twaddell

Blue Angels, log boom parties, paddle boarder. It was a gorgeous day on Saturday at the Seafair events on Lake Washington.

Photo by Barbara Twaddell

--Barbara Twaddell


Sally Yamasaki: Gratitude for a beautiful evening

Neighbors enjoying the night at Battle of the Bands
Photo by Sally Yamasaki

By Sally Yamasaki

There are moments in life where you feel such a high level of positivity in your community that you forget all about the woes of the world and just feel joy. That moment was Saturday night at the Shorelake Arts Battle of the Bands held in Lake Forest Park’s Animal Acres Park.

JAMN take their turn on stage
Photo by Sally Yamasaki
An audience of all ages, from young children, teenagers, young adults, and yes - us senior citizens -  gathered together in our local park to listen to Five Bands “battling” to win first prize. 

It almost seemed a misnomer to call it a battle as all of the bands were grateful and supportive of each other as artists who all shared a common love of expressing themselves with music. 

Children's dance-off photo by Sally Yamasaki

As I watched the children dancing with their unrestrained delight enveloping the audience with their exuberance, I felt grateful to ShoreLake Arts and the City of Lake Forest Park for providing us with this beautiful evening.


Bambi lives in Lake Forest Park

Photo by Colleen Weum

Bambi seen sauntering through Lake Forest Park the other day. Mom was just a few feet away.

--Colleen Weum


Jobs: Patty Pan is hiring

Patty Pan at a market
Patty Pan Cooperative, rooted in the Briarcrest Neighborhood, is looking to hire from within its community to staff farmers markets and kitchen production shifts.

The coop has a diverse staff who are committed to a healthy balance between running an efficient business and maintaining workplace quality of life. 

The shifts can be physically demanding, but it's good work, with good people and good food.

If you'd like to learn more about the position, here's a detailed job description.


Back to School Consortium revamps distribution format but still needs community donations

This year, the Shoreline/LFP Back to School event will not be held. 

Instead, the Back to School Consortium is donating supplies to each Shoreline School District school. Each school will distribute backpacks and supplies to students who need them.

Your help is needed! Please consider making a monetary donation to the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation, (fiscal agent for the BTS Consortium) https://www.shorelinefoundation.org or consider donating a backpack or two. 

Details are on the flyer (above). There will also be a donation drop off at The WORKS on August 15 from 4:30-6:00pm. The WORKS is located on the north side of the Shoreline Center at 18560 1st Ave. NE, Shoreline.

If you prefer to order a backpack from our Amazon wishlist, please visit: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2OB3WI3KSO0LX?ref_=wl_share

Make a money contribution at https://www.ShorelineFoundation.org

We encourage any local organizations or residents interested in coordinating future Back to School events to contact Jill Steinberg at theworks@shorelinepta.org.


UW Medical Center named state’s top hospital for 11th year

Photo courtesy UW Med
The University of Washington Medical Center is the No. 1 hospital in Washington state and in the Seattle metropolitan area, according to U.S. News and World Report. 

It is the 11th consecutive year that the hospital, one of three in the UW Medicine healthcare system, has earned both distinctions in the publication’s annual "Best Hospitals" rankings.

In seven adult specialty areas, UW Medical Center also was ranked among the top 50 hospitals nationwide:
  1. rehabilitation medicine (No. 5)
  2. diabetes and endocrinology (No. 7)
  3. ear, nose, and throat (No. 24)
  4. urology (No. 26)
  5. cancer with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, formerly Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (No. 27)
  6. obstetrics and gynecology (35)
  7. orthopedics (47)

“Our U.S. News rankings highlight the outstanding work of UW Medicine’s 39,000-plus faculty, staff, students and trainees in support of our mission to improve the health of the public,” said Dr. Tim Dellit, interim CEO of UW Medicine and interim dean of the UW School of Medicine. 

“We are dedicated to offering patients high quality care and making important discoveries that lead to new approaches for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of human disease.”

More information here


2021 City of Shoreline Sustainability report now available

The 2021 Sustainability Report provides an overview of the City's achievements last year for five core focus areas and associated indicators, as outlined in our Sustainable Shoreline program. 

Despite ongoing challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Shoreline community demonstrated resilience and leadership in addressing climate change. 

A few highlights from the 2021 Report include:
  • Improved on 12 of 22 sustainability metrics and achieved three indicators: expanding the City's sidewalk network, increasing walkability, and greatly increasing the number of green residential units.
  • Joined the United Nations-backed Cities Race to Zero Campaign and committed to updated science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets – 60% reduction by 2030 and net-zero by 2050.
  • Kicked off an update to our Climate Action Plan by recruiting eleven Community Climate Advisors, launching a public survey, and hosting a series of online Community Climate Conversations to gather community input for the Plan.
  • Completed a recycling contamination project at six multifamily properties with ~890 residents, reducing recycling contamination across all properties by an average of 53%.
  • Hosted weekly online classes with sustainability experts for 385 residents during Earth Day month.
  • Completed several projects to increase safe walking and biking and began updating the City's Transportation Master Plan, including hosting community outreach sessions to gather residents' input. 
  • Partnered with Sound Transit and King Conservation District to increase urban tree canopy by providing trees, shrubs, and planting assistance to residents along the Lynnwood Link light rail corridor
  • Planted over 2,500 trees, added 0.43 acres of new parkland, and installed 13,443 ft2 of natural drainage systems to reduce polluted runoff.
  • Created a Climate Impacts Tool to help capital project managers easily identify current or future areas of vulnerability and opportunities to increase resiliency related to climate change.
  • Funded four Environmental Mini-Grant projects.
You can read the full report at shorelinewa.gov/sustainability. Thank you for playing a part in our Sustainable Shoreline program!

--City of Shoreline


Pencils and Pants: back to school donation drive Tuesday

Sunday, August 7, 2022

Pencils and Pants back to school donation drive
Tuesday August 9, 2022
10am to 1pm

Ronald United Methodist Church 17839 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133
enter from southbound Aurora

Each year EBC (Eastside Baby Corner) provides essential school supplies and back-to-school clothing so that all children can feel ready for school and school success. 

YOU can help local kids experiencing economic insecurities be ready for school and school success!

Stop by our Pencils and Pants Drop-Off Event and bring donations of school supplies and new or gently used clothing. Look for our van in the parking lot, we hope to see you there!

Eastside Baby Corner recently opened a warehouse in Shoreline (see previous article)


Wildfire smoke may create hazy views on Sunday and Monday

From the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency

Starting Sunday, we may see wildfire smoke moving towards us. 

Fortunately, it looks like the smoke will remain high above us, creating some hazy views. 

We expect air quality to stay GOOD today and may reach MODERATE on Sunday and Monday.


COVID-19 Local Case Numbers as of Friday, August 5, 2022


COVID-19 Local Case Numbers as of Friday, August 5, 2022

All numbers reported here went down, except for Shoreline where all the numbers increased.

Care Connect Washington assistance. Care Connect provides food and other support to people who test positive for COVID-19 so they can isolate at home. People who have been exposed to the virus and are actively quarantining are also eligible. 

Making it easier for people to stay home helps slow the spread of the illness. Call the COVID-19 Information Hotline at 1-800-525-0127, then press #. Language assistance is available. The hotline hours are 6am to 10pm Monday, and 6am to 6pm Tuesday through Sunday and observed state holidays.

King county cases

Cases in past 7 days - 4,223
Average daily cases - 631

King county hospitalizations

Hospitalizations in past 7 days - 97
Average daily hospitalizations - 14

King county deaths

Deaths in past 14 days - 31
Daily average deaths - 2

Seattle Cases

Cases in past 7 days - 1,591
Average daily cases - 238

Seattle Hospitalizations

Hospitalizations in past 7 days - 25
Average daily hospitalizations - 4

Seattle Deaths

Deaths in 14 days - 12
Average daily deaths - 1

Shoreline cases

Cases in past 7 days - 143
Average daily cases - 21

Shoreline Hospitalizations

Total hospitalizations - 346
Hospitalizations in past 7 days - 4
Average daily hospitalizations - 1

Shoreline Deaths

Total deaths - 147
Deaths in 14 days - 1
Average daily deaths - <1

Lake Forest Park cases

Cases in past 7 days - 28
Average daily cases - 4

Lake Forest Park Hospitalizations

Total hospitalizations - 40
Hospitalizations in past 7 days - 0
Average daily hospitalizations - 0

Lake Forest Park Deaths

Total deaths - 7
Deaths in 14 days - 0
Average daily deaths - 0


Northaven West grand opening Saturday at Northgate

Sen. David Frockt speaks at the opening of Northaven West
From 46th District Legislator Gerry Pollet

Excited that today was grand opening for Northaven West which has housing for seniors at 30% and 50% median income. Just north of Northgate at 112th. 

It's part of integrated services at Northaven, so meals, health, social can all be shared. Studios are available for $950 for seniors at the 50% median income level. The 30% income units are snapped up.

Senator Frockt (photo) has been a long time champion for so many housing efforts. He, Rep Valdez and I have worked closely with Northaven in this and other projects. 

Northaven is an unique nonprofit that has recognized the need for innovative senior health and housing services.

Rep. Pollet, Rep. Valdez, and Sen. Frockt represent the 46th Legislative District. Lake Forest Park was in the 46th LD but moved to the 1st LD with redistricting.


Northwest Junior Pipe Band competing in a series of Highland games in Scotland

Kevin Auld and the NWJPB
From Kevin Auld
Northwest Junior Pipe Band

What a fun day! The band had a great time competing at the North Berwick Highland Games in Scotland. No prizes for us today, but everybody had a blast. 

We got to explore the beautiful seaside village of N Berwick and listen to some incredible pipe bands from Scotland, Australia, Canada and the USA. 

Everyone we met was friendly and welcoming - especially the mayor N Berwick! 

Tomorrow we're off to the Bridge of Allan games for more fun and music

About Northwest Junior Pipe Band

Northwest Junior Pipe Band is a Scottish bagpipe and drum band that provides world-class musical and leadership experience for youth (Ages 8-18) in the Pacific Northwest welcoming all in the pursuit of learning and performing the Celtic musical arts.

Tartan and Uniform
The band wears MacKenzie tartan kilts and a traditional ‘civilian’ style pipe band uniform. We are not associated with the MacKenzie clan, but take pride in our tartan’s association with the Highland Light Infantry, of which our founder Charlie McNeill was a member. More about the band’s history here.

Kevin and NWJPB have strong ties to Shoreline.

Correction: Kevin Auld


FOUND: Shoreline dementia patient goes missing


King County Search and Rescue, based in King County WA, has over 600 trained volunteers who respond to search and rescue mission requests from the King County Sheriff's Office.

MISSING: Douglas, 92yo, has severe dementia / pacemaker and is in need of potentially life-dependent medication that he does not have with him.

Left his residence in the 100 Block of NE 194th St in the Echo Lake neighborhood of Shoreline Saturday morning. 

His home is in the neighborhood between 185th and Holyrood. It was thought that he might be heading toward Fred Meyer on 185th and Aurora but that route has been searched.

He was wearing a light blue shirt and khaki pants.

Call 911 if seen.

A King county alert was issued for him at 5:20pm Saturday. An update at 9pm confirmed that he had not yet been found.


Growlers fly by on their way to Seafair

Saturday, August 6, 2022

Photo by Jan Hansen

Headed toward their Seafair performance today, these super hornets flew by Shoreline.

1:40 p.m. – EA 18G Growler Performance

--Jan Hansen


Trees for Rail expands area to receive free trees, plants, and ground cover

Trees for Rail
is a collaboration between Sound Transit, the City of Shoreline, and King Conservation District (KCD) to re-green the Lynnwood Link light rail corridor with native trees and shrubs as it passes through the City of Shoreline.

The program offers free native trees and plants for qualifying City of Shoreline residents. KCD will offer free consultation and installation of up to 2 trees, 4 shrubs, and 8 groundcovers in your backyard.

*This program is currently set to do plantings through winter 2022-23 and until project funds are depleted.

Who Qualifies?

To qualify for the services offered, participants must reside at a qualifying address in Shoreline.

The qualifying list of properties has expanded since it was first offered. 

The updated list includes almost 2,400 properties in the Echo Lake, Ballinger, Meridian Park, North City, Parkwood, and Ridgecrest neighborhoods.

See if your home is pre-determined to be within the impact area of the Lynnwood Link Extension light rail project in the City of Shoreline. To see if your property qualifies for the Trees for Rail project, please use the map here.

If you think your property should qualify, but it doesn’t appear on the map, reach out to TreesForRail@kingcd.org

Shoreline residents also qualify for free trees from the city whether they are eligible for the Trees for Rail program or not. Information here This program is available until August 15.

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