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Paving Planned for the Green Lake area, from N 40th and Stone to N 80th

SDOT writes: “We’ve kicked off planning and outreach for a new round of paving projects that will be constructed as soon as 2019, and I wanted to make sure you knew about it. In the Green Lake area, we’re paving multiple streets: N 40th St: Stone Way N – Latona Ave NE N 50th St: […]

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Weigh in on Seattle’s Street Tree Plan

The City of Seattle invites residents to take this 10-minute survey to share thoughts on where and how SDOT should focus street tree work through 2024.”We’d appreciate it if you could take a 10-minute survey to share your thoughts on where and how SDOT should focus street tree work through 2024. For more information, please […]

FNC March Meeting Features BF Day Playground Improvements, HALA

Agenda for Monday night’s FNC meeting: Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, March 27, 2017,   7-8:30pm,Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA 7pm Intros/Announcements 7:10 B.F. Day Elementary Playground Improvements Volunteers from B.F. Day Elementary will follow up with us on the second phase of improvements to B.F. Day’s playground. 7:20 Helen Tapp Bench Project […]

FNC Meets to Discuss HALA in Fremont Monday Night Feb. 27

HALA will occupy a prominent place on the agenda of the next Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting on Monday, February 27, 2017,  7-8:30pm at  Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. BF Day will present an update on Phase II of their playground improvements. The full agenda includes: 7pm    Intros/Announcements February 27  @6:30p, the City of Seattle Department of Construction […]

FNC Updated on Ernst Park and the Fremont Siphon–Still Time to Comment on HALA and More

At the October 22 FNC meeting, Seattle Parks and Recreation presented the three options being considered for the expansion of  A.B. Ernst Park,  located at 715 N. 35th St. next to the Fremont Library, which several present urged be named the Fremont Central Park, Fremont Library Park, or Slippery Slope Park for the new slides […]

ERNST Park Design Open House 6 pm Tonight Before FNC Meeting

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
 Monday, October 24, , Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. Open House about A.B. Ernst Park – 6-7pm FNC Meeting: 7-8:30pm AGENDA 6pm  OPEN HOUSE: A.B. Ernst Park Project 7pm  Presentation: A. B. Ernst Park Project Seattle Parks and Recreation is expanding A. B. Ernst Park located at 715 N. 35th St. […]

FNC Hosts Seattle Parks and Recreation for Your Input on A.B. Ernst Park Addition

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites the community to provide feedback on the schematic design for the addition to A.B. Ernst Park. Please join us on Monday, October 24, 2016 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Doric Temple #92, 619 N. 36th St. prior to the Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting for an open house.  In […]

Fremont’s Hazel Heights P-Patch Shares Harvests with FamilyWorks Food Bank

Fremont Neighborhood Council board member Judie Clarridge sent us this report: Hazel Heights P-Patch Community Garden, located in Fremont at the corner of NW 42nd St and Baker Ave NW, is in the midst of its seventh growing season.  The Fremont Neighborhood Council donated funds towards its construction and later for its sign. Like other […]

Agenda for July 25 FNC meeting revised

Presentation by Weber Thompson Architects added–learn more about their 7-story “Living Office Building”  planned for 900 N 34th St., NE, corner of N 34th and Troll Avenue N. REVISED AGENDA
 
Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
Monday, July, 25, 2016, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. 7pm    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events 7/26: Spoke & Food at Red […]

2016 Ernst Park meeting 6-15-16

June 26 at Fremont Sunday Market , See Plans for Ernst Park Extension

As part of the parks levy Seattle passed last year, Ernst Park next to the Fremont Library will be expanding. Now Parks & Rec wants your opinion on the park design.  Seattle Parks & Recreation wrote: Dear A.B. Ernst Park and Fremont neighbors and friends, Seattle Parks and Recreation is excited to be moving forward […]