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Linda has written 429 posts for Fremont Neigborhood Council

Lots of Art and Partying for Spring with Fremont Arts Council

Congratulations to new Fremont Arts Council (FAC) board members. FAC offers spring events and updates. Fremont Arts Council’s April News: Make a Springtime Flower Crown – Saturday, April 14th, 11am – 3pm Join us at the Powerhouse; we’ll be making papercraft flower crowns using different types of papers and various techniques. Check our Facebook page for […]

Bike Share–is it working for Fremont?

What do you think of Bike Share? SDOT wants to hear from Fremont. Here’s their request: “Beginning in July 2017, the Seattle Department of Transportation has allowed private companies to deploy free-floating bike share bikes in Seattle. We are the first U.S. city to regulate this model, and we are eager to understand what worked, […]

City puts detailed MHA maps on line

The City of Seattle has now posted very detailed MHA maps where you can find out the specifics of proposed MHA rezoning right down to the effect on each specific parcel in the city. See all the MHA rezone specifics here. The link leads you first to a short video presentation giving an overview, and […]

FNC discusses Ship Canal Water Quality Project, New Seasons, MHA, Parking ordinance

Fremont Neighborhood Council March 26, 2018 meeting, 7 pm at Doric Lodge, 619 N. 36th in Fremont AGENDA 7:02 Introductions and Announcements 7:10 Preparation for Annual Meeting (April 23) Mayor’s scheduler has not gotten to April yet… spoke with her March 22. 7:20 Ship Canal Water Quality Project—SPU Brief presentation by Seattle Public Utilities followed by […]

2015 Marketime mural Fremont

What’s planned for bike mobility, Stone and 36th and Waterway 23 dock access?

AGENDA-Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, February 26, 2018, 7 p.m. Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th S SDOT will present its proposed bike mobility improvements for N 34th Street,, and Stone Way N will get a new building at N 36th–come and see the plans. FNC will also hear more about the Lake Washington Rowing Club […]

Love Trees? You Can Help Seattle Trees Thrive

“Join the Urban Forestry Commission — Applications are due February 28, 2018 Did you know?  Having access to green space in a public housing complex supported more outdoor play, adult-to-child interactions, and creative play – all important aspects of child development. “Seattle’s urban forest needs you! Our Urban Forestry Commission was established in 2009 to […]

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.!