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5th annual Seattle Marathon 10k Race impacts Fremont Saturday, August 22, 2015

Watch out for runners: IMPACT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD 2015_10K Neighborhood Notification Letter Dear Community Member: The. Included on this day will be a 10k Run/Walk event as well as a 1-mile Kids Fun Run. This year’s summer 10K Race will start and end at Gas Works Park and will use the Burke-Gilman Trail, as well as [...]

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Enjoy the 4th at Gasworks

SPD’s advice for the 4th: “The possession, manufacture, storage, sale and use of fireworks (meaning everything but pop-it caps) is prohibited in Seattle, punishable by up to a year in jail and a $5,000 fine.“  Also, “DO CALL 911: to report fires, injuries, crimes, or any other life-threatening incidents. DO NOT CALL 911: to complain about noise from fireworks.“ Also, neighborhoods  [...]

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Siphon Project requires Burke-Gilman detour beginning July 6

The Fremont Siphon replacement will detour the Burke-Gilman Trail starting July 6.  You should expect: Work from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. on weekdays Burke-Gilman Trail detour at project site in effect at all times Construction equipment and vehicles crossing the Burke-Gilman Trail Flaggers and signs to direct trail traffic to detour path Crews and [...]

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Troll’s Knoll on agenda for June 22 FNC meeting

Join us:  Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
, Monday, June 22, 2015, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA 7pm    Introductions 7:05    Announcements/Upcoming Events 7:10    Presentation: Troll’s Knoll P-Patch  Presenter Kara Sweidel will provide a brief overview of this project and gauge interest of the members of the Fremont Neighborhood Council for supporting efforts in the Troll’s [...]

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Seattle Parks and Recreation planning for the future of community centers–will there ever be one in Fremont?

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites the public to attend a meeting to learn more and help shape Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Community Center Strategic Plan. Saturday, June 20, 2015 10 a.m. – Noon, Presentation at 10 a.m.–at Seattle Center – Fisher Pavilion, 305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109  They write that they are : … developing a [...]

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SDOT SCHEDULES Open House for Burke Gilman Trail Missing Link EIS June 18

This just in: “SDOT will be hosting an open house for the Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link Project on Thursday, June 18, at Ballard High School from 6 to 8 PM.  The open house will provide opportunities for the public to learn more about the three alternatives [for 11th Ave. NW - Ballard Locks (Missing Link)] [...]

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Seattle 2035 asks for input on Draft Environmental Impact Statement

  Seattle 2035–the new Seattle Comprehensive Plan–has released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for your review and comments. They plan an open house and public hearing on May 27, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the Bertha Knight Landes Room at Seattle City Hall for commenting in person.What gets adopted in the end will affect [...]

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Local traffic revisions start May 14 as Fremont siphon work continues

King County Metro will be scheduling a series of street closures as they do work in the Fremont Canal Park area. Here’s the details:   Hello from King County–2nd Ave NW traffic detour begins Thursday, May 14. Access to NW Canal St from 2nd Ave NW will be closed on Thursday, May 14 and Friday, [...]

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All ages invited to help with Spring Clean of N. Northlake Way May 16 Noon- 4pm

Northlake Way needs some neighborly love. Spring Clean in Wallingford & Fremont along N. Northlake Way with the Friends of North Lake Union (FONLU) Saturday, May 16th, 12-4pm Come remove trash, weeds, and debris while walking along N. Northlake Way in Wallingford and Fremont. Meet at Waterway 22 (at the intersection of Stone Way N. [...]

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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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