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Richmond Beach Community Park
2201 NW 197th Street, Shoreline, WA 98155
Richmond Beach Community Park serves the residents of Richmond Beach and greater Shoreline. It features a play area andMore greenbelt and is located next to the Richmond Beach Library. 
Richmond Beach Coffee Co.
1442 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177
Richmond Beach Coffee Co. is a locally owned and community focused coffee shop on Richmond Beach Road and 15th AvenueMore NW. It sells espresso, bubble tea, crepes (sweet and savory) and sandwiches. There is outdoor seating, garage doors that open in the spring and regular live music from local musicians (call if you're interested in playing). There is a drive-thru.
Richmond Market
640 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177
Richmond Market is a locally owned convenience store specializing in wine and beer sales. Snacks, non-alcoholicMore drinks, cigarettes and propane exchange are also available at this location. Richmond Market is located at the road side on Richmond Beach Road, near 8th Avenue.
Richmond Pediatrics
357 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177
Richmond Pediatrics is a community-oriented practice that treats children and adolescents. The practice utilizes theMore latest in medical technology and maintains a focus on preventative health care.
Richmond Internal Medicine
355 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177
Richmond Internal Medicine is a team of medical professionals offering specialized healthcare services. The physiciansMore emphasize preventative medicine and care.
King County Library System-Richmond Beach Branch
19601 21st Ave NW, Shoreline, WA 98177
The Richmond Beach Library, located off Richmond Beach Road on 21st Ave. N.W.,  has been in its current home sinceMore 2001, but its roots in the community go back to 1899. Managing librarian Anina Coder Sill grew up in Richmond Beach and has many stories to tell about the area. She has worked at the library for 36 years. The library is "busier than ever and appreciated by the community and vice versa," she said. The children's area features a life-size, 32-foot fabric octopus made by local artists Lynn Ahnen-Turblom, Susan Williams and Ann Blanch. A watercolor ocean scene is also painted on one of the walls.
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Nicki S Elsberry
621 NW Richmond Beach Rd Ste B, Shoreline, WA 98177-3162
Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: Micah K Blair
621 NW Richmond Beach Rd Ste B, Shoreline, WA 98177-3162
640 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177

Located inside the Shoreline Richmond Market, this contracted U-Haul renting center does business with snacks,More groceries and sundry purchases.

The available supply of moving trucks ranges from day to day and while the parking lot in front of the market is small the U-Haul shares a larger space north of the property.

Asalifew, the owner since 2007, says he likes the Richmond Beach neighborhood because its "peaceful and the beach is close."


Richmond Shoe Repair & Alterations
610 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177
Richmond Shoe Repair & Alterations repairs men's and women's shoes. The shop also has a small collection of laces,More polish, support pads and other footwear accessories, as well as a small line of slip-on shoes for sale.
Rachel Alexander - State Farm Insurance Agent
644 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177
Hair Brokers
622 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177
Hair Brokers is a locally owned hair salon on Northwest Richmond Beach Road. It cuts hair, sells hair products by LanzaMore and Nioxin and has a message therapist on site. The shop also carries jewelry, clothes, and seasonal gifts and decorations.
Richmond Beach Strandberg Preserve
17th Ave NW & NW 191st St, Shoreline, WA 98177
The Richmond Beach Strandberg Preserve is located in beautiful Shoreline. The natural habitat, which is lined withMore Douglass fir trees, attracts birds such as the Bald Eagle, Osprey, and Great Blue Heron. Come by for a visit today!
Wells Fargo Bank
360 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177

Wells Fargo provides financial services to fulfill clients' personal and business needs.

Serving theMore Richmond Beach community, the bank invested $2.3 million in contributions to Washington schools and non-profits in 2009. Committed to volunteer service, the staff logged more than 21,000 hours.

The Cabin
19322 Richmond Beach Dr NW, Shoreline, WA 98177
The Cabin is a local watering hole that opened for business in 1933 and has been serving food and drinks since. It isMore the only commercial spot in this area of Richmond Beach and the bar certainly has a neighborhood feel. There are no happy hour specials, DJs, or karaoke. The Cabin is a pool table and jukebox joint with a patio for the nice months.
Henry House Apartments
351 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline, WA 98177
Henry House Apartments are located near the intersection of Third Avenue and Northwest Richmond Beach Road. TheMore property is set up for high-speed internet, has a laundry room onsite and has units subsidized through HUD.
Richmond Beach United Church of Christ - UCC
1512 NW 195th St, Shoreline, WA 98177
The Richmond Beach United Church of Christ is a progressive Protestant church whose members seek to discover whatMore it means to be a human being in this world. Worship services and Sunday school are held weekly at 10am. Other programs offered here are an adult choir program, a children's choir program and Bible study groups. 
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park
2021 NW 190th St, Shoreline, WA 98177

A mere 2.1 miles off of the traffic and congestion of Aurora Ave. is Richmond Beach Saltwater Park.

Tourists,More visitors and natives alike will find paved bike/walking paths, stunning views of the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas, Olympic Mountains to the west, picnic benches, barbeque grills and a vast beach to dig your feet into.

A steep, paved and winding road leads to multiple parking lots built along the hillside and a short walk from the salty smells of the Puget Sound.

Kayu Kayu Ac Park
19911 Richmond Beach Dr NW, Shoreline, WA 98177
According to a city of Shorline plaque describing the origin of the park's name, "Pronounced Ki-Yoo Ki-Yoo atch, theMore name is a common Northwest Native American Lushootseed language term that was used to describe the Richmond Beach area."Two railroad tracks are all that separate this breathtaking park from the Puget Sound, but the view is priceless.Nestled in a quiet area just off Richmond Beach Drive, the park features plenty of grass to relax in, a spacious playground for the young ones, restrooms and a viewing platform from which to watch passing ships.
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