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COVID-19 Business Resources

Updated 11/29/2021

Shoreline City Hall has reopened to the public. City services are still being offered remotely by telephone, email, and online. Visit the City staff directory for individual staff contact information. 

Latest updates:

  • Vaccine booster doses: As of November 29, the CDC has strengthened its recommendations for booster shots. For those who received Pfizer and Moderna vaccines at least 6 months ago, boosters are now recommended for everyone 18 and up. For those who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, booster shots are recommended for everyone who was vaccinated two or more months ago. Booster Information from the CDC.
  • Vaccination Clinic at Shoreline Community College: In partnership with UW Medicine, Shoreline Fire is offering free COVID-19 vaccines at Shoreline Community College. The clinic is open Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Vaccines are available for adults who have not yet been vaccinated, those eligible for boosters, and children. To make an appointment, call UW Medicine at 844-520-8700.

  • Vaccines for children ages 5-11:  The pediatric Pfizer vaccine has been approved for children ages 5-11. To search for available appointments, visit the State's Vaccine Locator website, then click the filter for "Pfizer-BioNTech Pediatric, ages 5-11."

  • Restaurants, bars, and indoor recreation require proof of vaccination or negative test: As of October 25, people ages 12 and older are required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result to enter certain indoor and outdoor events and establishments in King County. This order applies to Spartan Recreation Center. Learn more on King County's Vaccination Verification page.

  • Mask mandate: Governor Inslee's statewide mask mandate requires everyone aged 5+, regardless of vaccination status, to wear masks in all indoor public places including restaurants, grocery stores, malls, and public facing offices. This order also applies to outdoor events with 500 or more attendees.  Masks are strongly recommended (but not required) in crowded outdoor settings where people cannot remain at least 6 feet apart. More information about current mask guidance from Public Health - Seattle & King County.

  • King County Rental Assistance: King County Eviction Prevention and Rental Assistance Program (EPRAP) is still open and accepting applications. The program helps people experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19 and at risk of housing instability or homelessness. The Tenant Pool is open for individuals or households needing rental assistance. More info: King County Eviction Prevention and Rental Assistance Program

Bring Joy to a Child in Need: Toys for Tots Drive

Help us brighten a child's life. Please drop off Toys for Tots new unwrapped toy donations at the Edward Jones office anytime between 11/17/2021 and 12/10/2021

19270 Aurora Ave N, Ste 1

Shoreline, WA 98133

For more information, contact an Edward Jones Financial Advisor at:

(206) 542-2599

*Edward Jones cannot accept gift cards, cash or check donations.

Shoreline Restaurants can Compost Food Waste for Free with New Program!

To reduce waste and support local businesses, the City of Shoreline is offering free compost service for Shoreline restaurants and food-service businesses for up to one year with Recology. This limited-time promotion is available on a first-come, first-served basis for eligible businesses that apply. Participating businesses can receive:

  • Free compost service for up to one year with Recology (one 64-gallon cart collected weekly, $330 value)
  • Compost containers with lids and liners to collect food waste back of house ($450 value)
  • Expert assistance setting up compost containers, training staff on composting practices and adjusting waste services to reduce operating costs.

The deadline to apply is December 31, 2021. Find more information and apply at www.shorelinewa.gov/compost or contact Cameron Reed: (206) 801-2455.

December 2021 Featured Business

Magic Photo

Magic Photo is a fully ”state of the art" photo imaging center. They feature premium quality printing from film or digital files. Their sizes range from as small as a postage stamp up to 44" wide format posters. They also specialize in black & white and slide processing; printing or scanning of prints, negatives and slides; archiving images to CD; passport and immigration photos; video transfer of VHS super 8 mm and 18 mm film to DVD and so much more. Magic Photo is a premier portrait, youth sports, school and event photography studio. Book your appointment now for special sessions with your children, pets or family!

Call them at (425) 672-6800 or check them out online at magicphoto.us to learn more. You can also follow them on Facebook!

Magic Photo is located at:

22912 Highway 99, Ste A

Edmonds, WA 98026

Thank you to our area sponsor

Animal Medical Center of Seattle!

Here for your Pet 24 Hours a Day - 7 Days a Week!

Phone: (206) 204-3366

17518 15th Ave NE Shoreline, WA 98155



Emergency & Critical Care | Dentistry | Dermatology 

Internal Medicine | Interventional Radiology | Neurology | Oncology  

Ophthalmology | Surgery | Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Urgent Care (By Appointment Only)

Say Hello to new Chamber Members:

Westlake Ace Hardware - Lake Forest Park

In March 2021 Town Center Hardware was acquired by Westlake Ace Hardware. They are still the same stores you love: same associates, same products, and same locations. Only change is their new fancy red vests and Westlake name.

Compute Reboot

We have the expertise, the professionalism, and the work ethic to get your jobs done in a timely manner. We have over 15 years of experience in IT & Web Design!

New Individual Member:

Naomi Hillyard

Beware of scam calls posing as city utilities!

We have recently been made aware of a rash of scam calls from people posing as utilities calling about billing issues. These are not calls from city utilities, but are calls from people trying to get financial information from people. Please keep these things in mind:

  • The City will not call you regarding a delinquent utility bill unless we are returning a call you initiated.
  • If there is an issue with your bill, we will contact you through your bill or through a letter.
  • If you receive a call from someone claiming to be a city utility and you did not first initiate the call, it is most likely a phishing call from someone trying to collect your personal and financial information for fraudulent activity. Hang up!
  • Residents should be very careful not to release credit card or banking information to these callers. If you want to verify whether it is a real call or not, clarify which utility is calling, collect information on the incoming phone number and the name of the caller, and then hang up. You can then call the utility directly using a posted phone number from the utility’s website or from your utility bill.

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

Contact Us

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

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