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and partnerships with nonprofit and public agencies.

COVID-19 Business Resources

The City is acutely aware of the impacts to local businesses and non-profits from COVID-19. They have established an internal COVID-19 business response team, and, in collaboration with partners around the region and at the federal level we are exploring every avenue possible to bring support to our businesses. 

Please reach out if you have any questions about resources, or if the City can in any way be of assistance.


Updated 4/7/2021 

Healthy Washington Plan - Phase 3:

The Puget Sound Region, including King County, is now in Phase 3 of the Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery plan.

Protect Our Community:

  • Wear face coverings when you go out and inside when gathering with anyone who is not a member of your household.
  • Maintain six feet of distance.
  • Wash your hands or use sanitizing gel frequently.
  • Improve ventilation in indoor spaces by opening windows when possible.
  • Get tested at the first sign of illness.
  • Get vaccinated when you are eligible.

It’s still safest to stay home. To prevent spread of COVID-19 among counties, stay local.  

Latest updates:

  • The eviction moratorium has been extended through June 20.
  • Vaccine information:  As of 3/31/2021, Washington is in Phase 1b - tiers 3 & 4 of vaccine distribution. These tiers include people aged 16 and older with 2 or more co-morbidities, anyone between the ages of 60 and 64, anyone living in congregate living facilities, and workers in congregate settings such as restaurants, manufacturing, and construction. On April 15, everyone aged 16 and over will be eligible to receive the vaccine. The phase finder tool is no longer required before making your vaccine appointment. Contact your health provider if you are currently eligible for the vaccine. The Washington State Department of Health also has a list of vaccine locations on their website. Additional vaccine information is available on the Department of Health website. For those without internet access or who require language assistance, call 1-800-525-0127, then press #.  Support and interpretation is also available through Public Health - Seattle and King County at 206-477-3977. Please share with any friends or neighbors who might need help making their appointment!

Other COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Shoreline Business Resources


World Health Organization

Washington State Governors Office

Washington Department of Heath

Washington State Employment Security Department

Washington State Labor and industries

Washington State insurance Commissioner

Small Business Administration


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Donation Drive for Seattle Area Feline Rescue’s Stay SAFe Pet Pantry, presented by the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce

Pantry serves local pet owners facing economic hardship. 

The Shoreline Chamber of Commerce is working with Seattle Area Feline Rescue to ask for community donations for the Stay SAFe Pet Pantry, a local resource that serves pet owners facing economic hardship. The Stay SAFe Pet Pantry is located just outside the doors of SAFe Rescue’s Adoption Center, located at 14717 Aurora Ave N. Shoreline, WA 98133.

● Donations can be dropped off anytime at the Pantry or donated directly through the Pantry’s Amazon wish list from now until April 30th.

● To purchase items from the Pantry’s wish list, click here

● For more information on donating gently used items or other needed items not included in the wish list, visit www.seattleareafelinerescue.org/resources/stay-safe-pet-pantry/

Click Here to Learn More!


Upcoming Chamber events

Tuesday, April 27, 2021 7:30 AM • ZOOM Meeting

Recapping the After Hours from September 29th

On the evening of Tuesday September 29th, the City of Shoreline, Shoreline Chamber of Commerce, Port of Seattle and Black Fret presented another session of Shoreline After Hours. This episode focused on marketing strategies for music, culture and business.

Watch the Full Video HERE

The evening featured music publicist and gallery owner Laurie Kearney in conversation with Black Fret executive director Ben London as they discussed marketing strategies for music, culture and business. Shoreline Economic Development Program Manager Nathan Daum kicked off the evening and welcomed the guests. From there the discussion focused on Kearney’s work as a music publicist at Riot Act Media, founding Capitol Hill’s Ghost Gallery in 2006 and co-coordinating the monthly  Capitol Hill Art Walk . The evening combined an overview of Kearney’s work with tangible tips for promoting music and cultural events across various marketing channels.

Pick up our printed directory at any event or click HERE to view the online version.

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Shoreline Chamber of Commerce | 18560 1st Avenue NE | Shoreline, WA 98155 | info@shorelinechamber.org

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