We are not “just another suburb of Seattle.” We’re a city! And we have 14 well-defined neighborhoods to prove it. As you move through Shoreline, you’ll see signs that mark your entry and exit to the various neighborhoods, and if you look closer, you’ll find that the people, places, and parks make each truly unique. While some of this happened organically, a lot is owed to neighborhood leaders—a group of volunteers who prioritized the creation of community among their neighbors through organizing social events, coordinating Block Watch activities, implementing Neighborhood Mini-Grants projects, and sharing information through social media. It’s a snap to find out what’s happening in Shoreline neighborhoods, from food trucks to soccer games.