Useful Information and Contacts

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Police and Fire

Emergencies – call 911

Main Shoreline Police Station (206) 801-2710

Non-Emergency contacts

Non-emergency phone number:  (206) 296-3311 


Power Outage and other electrical information

Seattle City Light:  (206) 684-3000

Puget Sound Energy - Natural Gas 

Gas emergency phone number 1-888-225-5773

Garbage, Recycling, Yard Waste

Garbage and Recycling:  (206) 763-4444

Recology Cleanscapes Shoreline 

Complete list of Shoreline Utilities 

Electric, Gas, Water, Waste Water, Cable and Internet, Telephone, Solid Waste, etc. 

Shoreline Government

City of Shoreline

(206) 801-2700

Code Enforcement and Customer Response Team (CECRT)

available 24/7: Phone (206) 801-2700 

Shoreline Watch

Shoreline's version of the block watch program 

Submit a Service Request (See Click Fix) 

National Night Out

Register your National Night Out event. Get sponsorship from your Neighborhood Association. 

Local News and Information

Online newsletter for Shoreline and Lake Forest Park. 

Shoreline - Lake Forest Park  Senior Center

Monthly newsletter available on line

Shoreline Neighborhood Associations

Contact yourneighborhood association. 


Neighborhood Mini-Grant Program

Matching grants up to $5000 are available for projects sponsored by neighborhood associations formally recognized by the City of Shoreline.  Mini-Grants help neighbors increase their sense of community by working together on improvement projects or special events, and partnerships. These activities support the goals and mission of the neighborhood association while benefiting the Shoreline community.

Mini-Grants require a 1 to 2 match for the project ($1 of neighborhood contribution for every $2 of city grant funding). Neighborhood associations can use a combination volunteer hours, in-kind donations or money for their portion of the matching grant.

Is your neighborhood association thinking about a potential Mini-Grant project? The first step is to submit an idea letter. The Neighborhoods Coordinator will review and go over it with you. If all agree to move forward, you will be asked to complete a full application. 

Other Grants

There may other grants available from the city including Environmental mini-grants  that have their own application process.


Shoreline Schools

Echo Lake Elementary is a K-5 school, part of the Shoreline School District, and the only school actually located in the Echo Lake Neighborhood.  Our children in 6th, 7th and 8th grades attend Einstein Middle School, and 9th through 12th grade go to Shorewood High School.

Running Start students at Shorewood generally attend Shoreline Community College.

The Home Education Exchange (HEE) enrolls and supports home-schooling families and is located at the Aldercrest Campus.

The Cascade K-8 Community School, part of Shoreline Public Schools, is an alternative learning choice for students grades K-8. It is located at the Aldercrest Campus.

The Highly Capable (Hi-Cap) program is located at Meridian Park Elementary.

Shoreline Schools

Echo Lake Elementary

Echo Lake Elementary School 


Einstein Middle School 


Shorewood High School 

Echo Lake PTA Supports children and programs at the elementary school.  Neighbors are encouraged to join the PTA as an expression of support for the kids.


Shoreline PTA 

About Echo Lake

King County information

King County Echo Lake Information

Echo Lake water quality

Shoreline webpage where you can check on the current quality of the water in Echo Lake:  

Fishing in Echo Lake

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife