Tag Archives: Fremont Siphon Project

Meet Seattle’s new little tunneling machine

The Fremont Siphon will begin drilling soon, and you can meet the new machine Tuesday, Feb. 16, 11:30-1:30 at 2nd NW and NW Canal Street.  

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 […]

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, […]

Two-Year Construction coming Mid-March at Fremont Siphon Replacement Project site

King County advises us that “The Fremont Siphon Replacement Project will begin construction in mid-March. You’ll start seeing activity on the site, located in Fremont at 2nd Ave NW and NW Canal Street, including construction fences, equipment deliveries, and the demolition of the existing building. Construction is expected to last two years.  The project team […]

Updates & meetings re recent Fremont issues–development, crosswalks, parklets,

Development, design and the Wake for Affordable Housing: Linden Avenue N: The hearing on Linden appeal has been continued to Monday, March 16, 40th Floor Municipal Tower. More content later. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates too. https://www.facebook.com/FremontNeighborhoodCouncil 743 N 35th St (next to Fremont Library), Project #3016369 Design Review Board Meeting […]

Fremont Siphon Project construction to begin–learn about impacts March 2

The Fremont Siphon Project construction is about to begin. Find out about schedules, detours and much more Monday, March 2, 2015, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Fremont Library, 731 North 35th Street,  Seattle, WA to learn more about the project. Construction is coming to Fremont and Queen Anne! Do you have all the information you want?    […]

Big construction project on 100-year-old Fremont Siphon to start soon

King County will be replacing the Fremont Siphon very soon. King County tells us: The Fremont Siphon is a major sewer pipe running under Fremont and Queen Anne. It carries sewage and stormwater from north Seattle and other cities and towns in the north end of the county to the West Point Treatment Plant in […]

Siphon Project in West Fremont Seeks your opinion on how best to work with the community

The Fremont Siphon Project will make some significant changes at the west end of Canal Park and the entrance to Fremont from Ballard on Leary Way. Help make the Fremont Siphon Replacement Project even more responsive to the community: June 19, 2014 Hello from King County –  Thanks to all the community members who contributed […]

FNC Meets Monday Night–Agenda Includes Fremont Siphon Project

Please join us! All Fremont Neighbors Welcome! Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, November 25, 7-8:30pm, Doric generic levitra Temple, 619 N. 36th St. kamagra oral jelly cvs Agenda 7pm Introductions 7:05 Announcements 7:15 Presentation and Q&A: Fremont Siphon Project Update Featuring: Adair Muth | Community Services and Environmental Planning, King County Wastewater Treatment Division and […]

Parking, Waterways, Updates on Stone34, Utility Boxes, Urban Forest and More as FNC Meets May 20

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, May 20, 7-9pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. Agenda 7:00pm          Welcome and Introductions 7:05                Announcement 7:10                Update:  Stone34 Project                    Presenter: Linda Mitchell 7:15                Proposed Fremont Parking Changes   Presenters:  Jonathan Dong, SDOT, Kendra Dedinsky, Metro      Background info here.  7:35                Protecting Seattle’s Waterways  Presenters:  TBD, Seattle Public Utilities […]