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Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan for 2035 asks your guidance–plus win tickets June 24

Seattle 2035 wants your input, and is offering prizes to get it:   Seattle 2035 Key Directions  By 2035 Seattle will add 120,000 people and 115,000 jobs. On June 24 you can weigh in on key directions for Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan to guide this growth. Much of the Comprehensive Plan is already headed in the right direction, [...]

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SAVE THE DATE for the Seattle Neighborhood Summit on April 5

What do you want Fremont to be, and how do we get there? On April 5 we have a chance to speak up for what we want to see in Fremont by joining the discussion about how every Seattle neighborhood can be made better. The Seattle Neighborhood Summit at Seattle Center from 9 a.m. to [...]

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Please join us Monday for FNC’s monthly meeting! All Fremont Neighbors Welcome!

AGENDA – Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, October 28, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. 7pm    Introductions 7:05   Announcements 7:15   Visitor: Fremont Arts Council President Peter Toms 7:25   2014 Fremont MLK Day of Service Proposal 7:30   Updates: Aurora Bridge (phase 1) re-painting planned for 2015 Catholic Community Services New Building Update–CCS’s Dan Wise and Beruktawit [...]

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What Kind of Transit Will Serve Fremont? Weigh In

Sound Transit and SDOT are studying both a light rail line and a streetcar line to Ballard, and 8 different configurations are included so far. Five of the options being studied go through Fremont. If you care where our next transit investments in this part of Seattle will be made, now is the time to [...]

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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 [...]

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Undersized Lots Receive Scrutiny

  Deadline Wednesday for comments on “undersized lot” issue in Single Family zones. More information here on Richard Conlin’s web site  and, for the entire DPD memo here. FNC’s Land Use Chair Toby Thaler is looking for thoughts on this proposal. Thaler writes, “Please send any comments to and DPD: and [...]

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Fremont Siphon Project Hosts Open House Mar. 26

  King County invites you to attend an open house for the Fremont Siphon Replacement Project on Tuesday, March 26. This open house is an opportunity for you to review design options for the facility site in Fremont. These design options were developed using community input from a design workshop in January. Stop by anytime [...]

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Watch Your Inbox for Monday’s FNC Agenda

Agenda should be out this weekend for Monday’s FNC meeting at Doric Temple on N 36th in Fremont at 7 pm.  If you’re a member, you should be on the mailing list.  If you haven’t renewed, here’s the link: FNC keeps you connected with a lot of Fremont projects, from parks and land use [...]

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Changes Begin for Stone34

At the Stone34 site at 3400 Stone Way at N 34th, Skanska just demolished the south building (old Subway location), and the north building will come down in early January. Excavation will follow shortly after.  Skanska is still working on plans for breaking ground on their new green building–we will bring you news when we [...]

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Ask the City Council to Support Stone34

The City Council will be holding public meetings to discuss proposed changes to the Living Building Pilot Project (LBPP). The changes, authored by the Seattle Department of Planning & Development, would extend the life of the program beyond the end of the year and add needed flexibility to encourage development of more deep green buildings, [...]

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