The City of Shoreline was incorporated in November 1995 and has a council-manager form of
government. Seven elected Council Members serve staggered, four-year terms. The Council
selects one of its members to serve as Mayor for a two-year term. The City has a population of
53,190 and encompasses approximately 12 square miles. The City’s 146.5 full-time employees
provide community and economic development, public works, and parks and recreational
services. The City contracts with King County for police services. Fire and water services are
provided by separate agencies. The City budgeted $92 million in expenditures during 2006.
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage
Back to the 2011 or 2009 or 2007 or 2005 or 2003 or 2001 or 1999 or 1997 or 1995 or lbloom.net State of Washington Employees Salaries List
Back to the 2005 King County Assessors property list and valuations.
Back to the 2003 King County Assessors property list and valuations.
Name search of King County voters and their addresses
Name search of King County deeds, marriage/birth/death certificates, liens, easements, power of attorneys, ect...,
Name search of King County Superior Court filings, Criminal, Civil, Domestic, Juvenile Offender, and Probate/Guardianship
Name search King county jail inmates. or King county restuarant inspections King county map/parcel search
Here's a link to the City of Shoreline webpage. http://www.cityofshoreline.com
9/27/03 note: The number of employees seems quite small for the size of the city of Shoreline, but that's the information they sent me.
Here's page 1 of the City of Shoreline employees and salaries list I received on 9/25/2003
Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to the City of Shoreline.
Here's the first response letter the City of Shoreline sent me.
Clicking on the above picture will take you to a page about the webmaster.
A freedom of information letter template is at http://www.splc.org/foiletter.asp
Washington State newspapers have detailed information about access to public records at http://www.openwashington.com/
Here's information on Washington State websites about counties, ports, school districts, cities, ect...
In Nov 2002, the Wa St Court of Appeals, ruled that government employees names cannot be kept secret.