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Linda has written 423 posts for Fremont Neigborhood Council

Fremont Arts Council Gears Up For Mardi Gras and more–Solstice Grants Available

We’re pleased to share Fremont Arts Council’s February News: Petit Troll Parade —  Sunday, February 11 This tiny parade is done in the spirit of Mardi Gras! Sunday, February 11th (just before Fat Tuesday). we’ll “crash” the Fremont Sunday Market tiny flashy parade, towing our mini-glittering themed floats down the road. Come to the Art […]

Wanted: Musician/Composer for Fremont Bridge Residency

Calling all musicians and composers–see this  on February 5, 2018 by Otts Bolisay Leave a Comment “The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), seeks a practicing composer and/or musician to be an Artist-in Residence in the northwest tower of the Fremont Bridge. The selected composer […]

One sample of community response--March 31, 2016 Open House

City Council Forms Select Committee to Consider MHA

Just announced–9 Seattle City councilmembers form the new Select Committee on Citywide Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA)–first meeting Jan. 29, 2018 at 10:30 am.  Public comment for 20 minutes at end of meeting. SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL –Select Committee on Citywide Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA)  Agenda – Special Meeting (meeting may begin after Council Briefing) January 29, 2018  10:30 a.m.  […]

New Utility Box Art Graces NW Corner of N 39th & Fremont N

Thanks to efforts by Bruce Grewell and neighbors, a grant from the City and support from the Fremont Neighborhood Council, there’s new art on the formerly grey utility boxes at the very busy corner of N 39th and Fremont Avenue North. Thanks, Bruce et al.!  

Jan. 2018 FNC Features Greenways, Dock Access, Upzones Challenge

Tonight. Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, January 22, 2018: 7-8:30 p.m. Location: Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA 7:05 Introductions and Announcements • Seattle Neighborhood Greenways’ Volunteer Appreciation Party; Friday, February 2, 5:30PM – 7:30PM; Impact Hub 3rd Floor; 220 2nd Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 • Council District 4 (includes East Fremont) HALA MHA up zoning proposal “Open House”; Tuesday […]

See new HALA/MHA maps–today at Good Shepherd & at Dist. 4 hearings

From East Fremont Neighbors: “Hello East Fremont Neighbors. Just a quick reminder that there are a few important events coming up where you can Learn More about the City’s proposed rezoning of your street/neighborhood, and Give Your Feedback! If you’ve given feedback before, don’t stop now! Anyone living in the urban village WILL be rezoned. You […]

SDOT Seeks Public Input on N34th St Mobility Improvement Plan

Seattle Department of Transportation is planning changes on N 34th St. between Fremont N. and Stone Way N. and seeks your input on the plan.  They write: “As part of our mission to improve transportation safety and connectivity in the Fremont community we are continuing our work on a N 34th Mobility Improvements plan to […]

Join Your Fremont Neighborhood Council for 2018

Your Fremont Neighborhood Council (FNC) has been speaking up and advocating for Fremont residents since 1980. We work to improve quality of life for all Fremont residents with a focus on land use, public safety, parks, housing, transportation, and other key community issues. We organize community meetings, attend public hearings, confer with City and County […]

Lighting up Fremont Bridge Lights – A Pilot Project for Seattle

This just in, December 12, 2017, from the Seattle Department of Transportation re:  Fremont Bridge Lights In celebration of the Fremont Bridge’s centennial anniversary, the Seattle Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Office of Arts and Culture (ARTS), will light the Fremont Bridge on the Winter Solstice, December 21st. Installation of permanent, artist-designed lighting […]

November 27 FNC meeting will feature USPS on preventing mail and package theft

On November 27 the Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting November 27th, 7 PM, Doric Lodge,  619 N. 36th Street, will focus on preventing and dealing with mail and package theft.  An inspector from the United States Postal Service and a crime prevention coordinator from the Seattle Police Department will be attending the will be in attendance […]