Interpretive Signage at Cromwell Park
Shoreline and many cities in the northwest are making sincere attempts at sustainability. Let's give ourselves credit for the work we've done.
• Sustainability Strategy Adopted by Shoreline City Council 2008
Councilmembers meet with Congressman Jim McDermott
at his Wash DC office, discussing projects including
Solar applications, photo credit-Steve Schneider
• Green City Hall
Solar Array at City Hall created in partnership with Shoreline Solar Project
Southwoods Park dedication plaque
|17th Ave NE is transformed into a "Green Street|
with pervious sidewalks and bioswales
|Shoreline's Backyard Wildlife Project Certified this year|
And great work being done in the private and non-profit sectors
North King County Green Business Conference 2008
sponsored by Shoreline Chamber and City of Shoreline
at Shoreline Community College
We still have much work to do clearly, but we are making a serious attempt to
address sustainability. Tree Preservation is one area that LFP has made great progress on and
Shoreline needs to catch up.
Street Trees Were Removed on 15th NE this Spring
Before Working with Neighborhood
And Historical PRESERVATION is clearly an area needing better work!
Ronald School at risk now due to SSD Plans
But we have very active citizens who want Sustainability to be our "Watchword"!
Let's focus the energy of these citizens and get to work on the challenges we face!