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Westlake Cycle Track to begin construction soon

Westlake Cycle Track update from SDOT: WESTLAKE CYCLE TRACK CONSTRUCTION–Construction is coming soon!  The Westlake Cycle Track is moving forward! Contractor KC Equipment plans to begin construction of the 1.2-mile cycle track later this year.  We look forward to opening the new protected bike lane in summer 2016. Be sure to visit our project website [...]

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Have your say on Seattle’s future–Open Houses and surveys

The Seattle Department of Planning and Development asks: How should Seattle grow over the next 20 years? They write: So far, we’ve held three open houses, and over 300 people have provided feedback on the Draft Plan and Key Proposals. Don’t miss your chance to provide your feedback! Come to one of our two open [...]

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Fremont Greenways seeking projects as group organizes–meeting Nov 4

Fremont Greenways is planning to improve pedestrian and cycle ways to get around Fremont.  On November 4 they will be holding a project identification workshop to “help Fremont Neighborhood Greenways identify potential projects in and around Fremont. Past Greenways projects have included crosswalks, bike lanes, safe routes to schools, and more. Format will be open [...]

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2nd Ave. NW closed while crews continue work on City of Seattle CSO pipe

FREMONT SIPHON PROJECT UPDATE  – October 22, 2015  2nd Ave. NW closed while crews continue work on City of Seattle CSO pipe   Access to NW Canal Street from 2nd Ave. NW will be closed into November. Crews will be connecting the new City of Seattle Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) drain pipe to the existing city [...]

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Taxes, Safety, Development & Design,Traffic, Earthquakes–lots to have your say on

Coming up soon: City Council Begins Budget Process — Public Hearing: Tuesday, October 6, 5:30 p.m., Council Chambers.  The City Council is the midst of a two-month review of Mayor Murray’s proposed 2016 operating budget. Between September 28 and November 23, Councilmembers will evaluate proposed spending in City departments, hear from the public, make amendments, [...]

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Help victims and families affected by the Aurora Bridge crash–Duck Boats won’t be on the bridge in future

The Fremont neighborhood extends its sympathy to the victims of the Aurora Bridge crash and to their families. Now United Way of King County offers some ways Fremont can help: You can support the victims and families Aurora Bridge crash Our community went into shock Thursday, Sept. 24, with news that four people were killed [...]

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Neighborhood Greenways, Patrick Place & Possible Land Use Forum on tonight’s FNC Agenda

TONIGHT! Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
 Monday, September 28, 2015, 7-8:30pm Location: Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA
: 7pm    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events September 30: Seattle City Council Debate: District 6- Mike O’Brien and Catherine Weatbrook, 7:30PM @ Phinney Neighborhood Association October 3: 2016 Neighborhood & Community Arts grants program Workshop, 10:15-11:45am @ Lake City Branch Library, 12501 28th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA [...]

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More Metro service improvements start Saturday

The bus is coming! The bus is coming! E Line increases weekdays from every 12 to every 10 minutes.On weekday and Saturday evenings, Route 16 service frequency will improve to every 20 minutes with the addition of four southbound trips to downtown Seattle and four northbound trips to Northgate. On Sunday, midday service frequency will [...]

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Bus from Third Ave to Fremont slow? Delayed? SDOT & Metro asking for opinion on fixes

SDOT and Metro are doing some workshops on how to improve the situation downtown, which could help Fremont with more reliable service. Come to a Third Avenue Neighborhood Session to share what transit and pedestrian improvements you think matter most. Last fall you helped us create a list of potential pedestrian and transit improvements [...]

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Proposed Metro Changes create new route 62, connect Fremont and Wallingford

Metro just announced a proposed series of changes to north end routes, designed for better connections when light rail stations open in the U District and Roosevelt neighborhood. One of the changes for Fremont is that the #16 bus goes away and is replaced by a new route 62 which will connect downtown Fremont and [...]

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