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Time to get ready for the Solstice Parade! Apply for funding by May 4th

Preparation to join in this year’s Fremont Solstice Parade starts now! In memory and celebration of ” Dave McKay…a celebration artist who brought his master costume-design skills, thoughtful intention, and deep attention to detail and craftsmanship to all his art, especially in his work with the Fremont Solstice Parade and Santa Barbara Summer Solstice Celebration…”, [...]

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City’s PACE program trains community leaders–apply by May 29

Learn how to be more involved as Fremont changes.  The city’s PACE program comes recommended by Fremont’s participant last year, Ralph Weathers. More, including online application, here. The 2015-16 PACE Application deadline is May 29, 2015 at 5 p.m. People’s Academy for Community Engagement This civic leadership development program is dedicated to teaching hands-on engagement [...]

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April 17 Deadline for CALL FOR ARTISTS from Fremont Arts Council

Just in–Fremont Arts Council is looking for 2015 poster and T-shirt designs. Here’s their call for artists: The Fremont Solstice Parade is seeking design proposals for both the 2015 Fremont Solstice Parade Poster and T-shirt.  We are seeking great images for both projects; each having different format size and application. Please consider one image that [...]

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FNC Annual Meeting April 27 features Scott Kubly, Seattle’s new SDOT Director

Please join us for our Annual General Meeting Monday, April 27, 2015, 7-8:30pm at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. Scott Kubly, our special guest is Director of the Seattle Department of Transportation.  Scott is former deputy commissioner of the City of Chicago Department of Transportation and former associate director of the District of Columbia Department of [...]

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New Tool links to development projects throughout Seattle

If you want a quick way to see what is being developed where, with fast links to full documentation, check out Seattle in Progress https://www.seattleinprogress.com/  The Seattle Times’ Danny Westneat described the site and its inventor: Land-use signs for new development are becoming the city’s official flower. A software engineer has quantified them for the [...]

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What is “public space” and how should it be used?

Is public space your parking strip? A street end at the water’s edge? A parking space turned into a parklet? A commercial building’s plaza? All of the above? And how should it be used? The Seattle Department of Transportation wants your input on Public Space. They ask: Could you please take a few minutes to [...]

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Work proceeding on Fremont Siphon Replacement Project

King County sends the following update on the Fremont Siphon Replacement Project. Work on the Fremont site will not disrupt service. Scroll down for details on construction schedules. Truck traffic near site will increase. King County’s contractor for the Fremont Siphon Replacement Project continues work to prepare the project sites. Crews finished demolition of the [...]

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Bring on Solstice with Fremont Arts Council this Saturday April 4–12-4PM 3940 Fremont Ave. N.

SOLTICE is on its way, even if it did hail yesterday, and you are invited to help bring it on– POWERHOUSE COMMUNITY ART STUDIO CLEAN-UP PARTY!  “WE NEED YOUR HELP! Parade season is gearing up and it’s time to open the doors of our powerhouse community art space and give it the sprucing up it [...]

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Gardeners for new Troll’s Knoll P-Patch invited to planning meeting April 20

Troll’s Knoll P-Patch sends this invitation for an update and planning meeting Monday, April 20, 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Fremont Public Library, 731 N. 35th St.: Dear Trolls Knoll Potential P-Patch gardeners: Please come to the following update and planning meeting: Monday, April 20, 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm, Fremont Public Library, 731 N. [...]

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Can your neighborhood maintain its character? Historic Seattle invites responses at April 8 meeting and online responses

Seattle Councilmember Tom Rasmussen asks Seattle to weigh in on ways to preserve the character of our Seattle neighborhoods even as they change rapidly. Some neighborhoods have design guidelines, though Fremont’s were never adopted as part of our neighborhood plan. Do design guidelines make a significant difference? What else might, to keep Fremont quirky and [...]

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