Vision 2029 describes commercial centers that are cohesive, active, local, gathering places where people walk, live, and shop. This project supports the City's economic development strategies by promoting the creation of strong centers that attract investments in our community.
The Shoreline City Council gave the go-ahead for this project on February 6, 2012. The basic proposal is to NOT change the area, height, or bulk of the City’s commercial areas but rather create higher design standards with a streamlined process to review development proposals.
The City of Shoreline invites the public to attend an Open House on Wednesday, June 20, to learn about proposed amendments to Commercial Design Standards and Zoning Categories. It will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the Neighborhood Room (301) on the 3rd Floor of City Hall.
The City will be sending notices in mid-June to all commercially zoned property owners and properties within 500 feet of these zones. For more information, contact Paul Cohen, Project Manager at (206) 801-2551 or email@example.com.