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Linda has written 437 posts for Fremont Neigborhood Council

A Civil Conversation on Homelessness in Fremont Oct. 22, 7 pm

This coming Monday, the Fremont Neighborhood Council hosts a dialogue on homelessness in Fremont, a civil conversation with a focus on solutions AGENDA – Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, October 22, 2018: 7-8:45 p.m. 7:00 Introductions and Announcements 7:05 Introduction to FNC Dialogue on Homelessness in Fremont The Fremont Neighborhood Council seeks to provide a forum for […]

2018 DoN Early Design workshops 10-4-18

Learn how Early Design Review is changing for neighborhoods

Early Design Review is changing to require developer outreach on new multi-family, mixed-use or commercial projects in neighborhoods. Here’s details and the workshops to explain the new process, from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods: North End Information Session at Good Shepherd Center Thurs., Oct 25, 2018, 6-8 pm The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods would like to […]

Metro increasing route frequencies through Fremont

Metro is adding service on a number of routes including several that serve Fremont, including the 5, the 40, the 62 and the E Line. Relieve crowding: More trips on Routes 3, 8, 18, 40, 56, 62, 63, 111, 114, C Line, D Line & E Line More frequent peak service: Routes 5, 150, 180, […]

Learn about new apartments, SCALE appeal, Ernst Park and more at Monday’s FNC meeting

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
 features proposed Aurora N apartment project, updates on SCALE appeal of MHA, and appeal on Seattle’s tree canopy.  Monday, September 24, 2018: 7-8:45 p.m. at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.

 AGENDA 7:02 Introductions and Announcements 7:10 Presentation on Proposed Project  4711-4717 Aurora Ave N; MUP 3029853 – 46 unit apartment building with parking […]

Stay safe as you clean up gardens for fall

Fall is nearly here, and so is yard clean-up. In a recent meeting at Wallingford Community Council with the Seattle City Navigation Team, a number of questions were raised about safety in picking up needles and other trash, even human waste, left in neighborhood yards, parks and streets.  As a result, WCC has taken the […]

Fremont Arts Council lights up for Fall Equinox

Fremont Arts Council writes: “Luminata is one week away! Saturday, September 22nd 6:30 – 10:00 PM Green Lake Park:“ Celebrate the Autumnal Equinox with your friends, family, neighbors and The Fremont Arts Council on September 22nd at Green Lake Park with our annual illuminated art celebration. Full participation is open to the public! Everyone is […]

City grants available for arts and events in the parks

The Office of Arts & Culture writes that they have: “opened two grant programs to support and encourage the vibrant cultural work being done in and by communities throughout Seattle.” Apply now for the 2019 Arts in Parks and Neighborhood & Community Arts grants–deadline is Oct. 23, 2018 Arts in Parks 2019 (AIP) “In partnership […]

FNC to hear report on SCALE Appeal and discuss proposed tree ordinance and homeless in Fremont

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting  Monday, August 27, 2018: 7-8:45 p.m.at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA 7:02 Introductions and Announcements 7:15 President’s Report Please mark your calendars for each 4th Monday except December. Each years’ dates are at the bottom of the agenda every month. At this August meeting, Toby Thaler will report and answer questions […]

Seattle’s Tree Ordinance to be updated–review proposed changes here

Learn more about the proposed changes in how Seattle protects its urban trees. This from Steve Zemke, Chair – Coalition for a Stronger Tree Ordinance – a Project of Friends of Seattle’s Urban Forest and TreePAC.  He writes: “We are in the homestretch of a 10 year effort to update  Seattle’s existing Tree Protection Ordinance and need […]

Apply by August 13 for trees for your neighborhood-Troll’s Knoll Work Party & more

Trees for Neighborhoods applications are open until August 13. Get your application in today , plant up to four free trees this fall, and you will be on your way to a shadier summer in the future       More about trees in Seattle at http://www.seattle.gov/trees/treesforneighborhoods.htm   Trees for Neighborhoods  \ Since 2009, Trees […]