Located on the shores of Puget Sound, Shoreline was named "Best Neighborhood" twice in the last few years by Seattle Magazine.
Shoreline is 11.78 square miles in size and has 330 acres of parks. The city incorporated in 1995 in part to avoid annexation by the city of Seattle.NeighborhoodsShoreline has the following neighborhood associations: Ballinger, Briarcrest, Echo Lake, Highland Terrace, Hillwood, Innis Arden, Meridian Park, North City, Parkwood, Richmond Beach, Richmond Highlands, Ridgecrest, The Highlands, and Westminster Triangle.HighwaysShoreline is bi-sected by Interstate 5, the major north-south highway along the West Coast. From Seattle, the city can reached by driving Aurora Avenue North (SR99). SchoolsShoreline is served by the Shoreline School District and has two high schools: Shorewood High School and Shorecrest High School.
Shoreline Community College has two campuses and serves more than 13,000 students. Students can earn professional, and technical and workforce training and degrees in the Arts and Sciences as well as GED certification.Attractions
- Hamlin Park
- Kruckeberg Botanic Garden
- Shoreline Historical Museum
- Shoreview Park
- Celebrate Shoreline in August
- Shoreline Arts festival in June