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IS your traffic circle well-designed?

Recently a driver in Fremont expressed real concern about overgrown traffic circle vegetation. He said that if he hadn’t been driving really slowly and cautiously around one of the circles, he’d have hit a pedestrian who was fully hidden by the rampant growth on the circle.  We went out to take a look.  Top photo–a [...]

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Pedestrian Safety an ongoing issue

With Friday’s accident at N 40th and Wallingford Avenue, resulting in injury to a 12-year-old on his way to Hamilton Middle School, parents in Wallingford and Fremont are once again deeply concerned about the safety of pedestrians in the Hamilton/ BF Day neighborhood. FNC has been working to increase pedestrian safety between the pedestrian bridge [...]

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Join the fun…look for PARK(ing) Day parks

SDOT has invited Seattle to pop up parks for a day–look for them in Fremont and think about yours for next year: What can you do in a parking space? Well, for one thing, you can create a park for a day on September 19, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.! PARK(ing) Day happens [...]

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FNC Honorees

Over the years, FNC has honored residents for service to the neighborhood and to FNC. FNC members have been honored by others in the neighborhood as well.        

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Improve Fremont with Seattle’s Neighborhood Matching Fund–learn more at an upcoming workshop

We all know that as the Center of the Universe Fremont is nearly perfect, but you can help make it even better with City matching funds  that support community-initiated projects. Deadline for applications is October 6. Here’s more: The Neighborhood Matching Fund, a program of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, is hosting three workshops for those interested [...]

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Extra Closures to Paint Fremont Bridge Scheduled in September

Fremont Bridge getting facelift–here’s the info from SDOT: Hey Fremonsters – Crews have been busy working inside the “heel” of the bridge on the north side of the ship canal – the area under the bridge that pivots down when the part you see goes up.  They’ve been hauling out road grit and pigeon guano, [...]

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Meet Kathleen O’Toole at SPD North Precinct Picnic Sunday, August 24th

This Sunday–meet your new police chief, Kathleen O’Toole: This year the Seattle Police Department’s north precinct picnic is Sunday August 24th at University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, from 1 – 4 pm. Picnics in the Precincts are fun activities SPD and Seattle Police Foundation hold every year that provide an opportunity for the [...]

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Four Day Hwy 99 Closure & Special Events this weekend Impact Fremont & Travel thru Seattle

From Department of Neighborhoods–very active weekend and no Hwy 99: Weekend traffic: Plan ahead for SR 99 closure — Special events in several neighborhoods Getting around in Seattle this weekend and early next week will be complicated by the closure of State Route  99, including the Alaskan Way Viaduct, to accommodate the demolition and replacement [...]

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Support “Operation Veteran Renewal” with your donations of useable items

History House of Greater Seattle Giving Every Neighborhood A Place To Tell Its Story 790 N 34th St, Seattle, WA, 98103   All Fremont & Friends Please Come Support “Operation Veteran Renewal” A Program From St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle / King County Donate Your Stuff !!! To: 900 N 34th St Across Troll [...]

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Need Some Green in Your Life? Ask Now.

Here’s how your street can add green and traffic calming trees, for free: Trees for Neighborhoods helps Seattle residents plant trees around their home. Through the City of Seattle’s Trees for Neighborhoods program, Seattle residents have planted over 4,000 trees since 2009. That’s 4,000 more trees that help clean our air and water, make our [...]

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