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City puts detailed MHA maps on line

The City of Seattle has now posted very detailed MHA maps where you can find out the specifics of proposed MHA rezoning right down to the effect on each specific parcel in the city. See all the MHA rezone specifics here. The link leads you first to a short video presentation giving an overview, and […]

See new HALA/MHA maps–today at Good Shepherd & at Dist. 4 hearings

From East Fremont Neighbors: “Hello East Fremont Neighbors. Just a quick reminder that there are a few important events coming up where you can Learn More about the City’s proposed rezoning of your street/neighborhood, and Give Your Feedback! If you’ve given feedback before, don’t stop now! Anyone living in the urban village WILL be rezoned. You […]

Join Your Fremont Neighborhood Council for 2018

Your Fremont Neighborhood Council (FNC) has been speaking up and advocating for Fremont residents since 1980. We work to improve quality of life for all Fremont residents with a focus on land use, public safety, parks, housing, transportation, and other key community issues. We organize community meetings, attend public hearings, confer with City and County […]

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Invites You to HALA Open Houses

Talk to the City at citywide Spring Open Houses  Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, in collaboration with the Seattle Office of Housing, Seattle Parks & Recreation, Seattle Office of Planning & Community Development, Seattle Department of Transportation, and others are hosting community Open Houses across the city. Everyone interested in making a more affordable, livable Seattle for all […]

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 […]

First Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting of 2017 Discusses N 34th Bus Stop Safety, HALA

First Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting of 2017 was this Monday night, January 23. Nico Martinucci,* Associate Transportation Planner for SDOT presented detailed information about the City’s plan to reconfigure the bus stop at N 34th and Fremont Avenue to try to solve the problem of crowding where so many board the bus, walk, drive and […]

East Fremont Reacts to HALA Proposals

Residents in East Fremont/West Wallingford who live in the Wallingford Urban Village between Aurora Avenue North and Stone Way North are raising their voices in concern that the proposed upzoning in the HALA “Grand Bargain” will not bring diversity and affordability to the neighborhood while it dramatically affects liveability.  One resident called the neighborhood the […]

City Invites You: Share Your Thoughts on Housing Affordability Proposals

This from the Department of Neighborhoods: “Housing affordability continues to be on many people’s minds as we see headline after headline about rising home prices, rising rents, and an increase in our homeless population.  While we see many things in our community changing, what hasn’t changed is our commitment to each other and to rolling […]

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 […]