The City of Shoreline is divided into 14 neighborhoods (see map). Through the neighborhoods program the City supports neighborhood associations to facilitate residents working together to improve their community and neighborhood.
Meet neighbors, get involved and feel connected! Go to an event in your neighborhood this summer-see Events.
Support neighborhood activities by donating books to the Council of Neighborhoods Used Book Sale at the Swingin" Summer Eve Concert. Contact your neighborhood respresentative to learn how to donate or come to the sale and buy books, CDs and DVDs.!
The City of Shoreline can help enhance neighborhood associations with innovative assistance (see brochure) including:
- Brainstorming ideas, projects and how to organize
- Networking with City programs and speakers
- Coordinating an annual mailing to all residences in the neighborhood
- Arranging meeting space in public buildings
- Helping with general publicity (posters, flyers copied, etc.)
To find neighborhood activities in your area, please visit your neighborhood website or call your neighborhood representative.
Neighborhood volunteers create a sense of community in their neighborhoods by organizing social events, coordinating Block Watch activities, implementing Neighborhood Mini-Grant projects, planning speakers and sharing information through newsletters, websites and e-newsletters.