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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 […]

Learn about Seattle Housing Levy, Seattle Freight Mobility Plan, upcoming FNC projects May 23

Full agenda for Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting

 Monday, May 23, 2016, 7-8:30pm at  Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.

– Seattle Housing Levy, Seattle Freight Mobility Plan, upcoming FNC projects: 7pm        Introductions 7:10        Announcements/Upcoming Events Farewell Mitzi Simons Fremont Clean-Up Day: Saturday, May 28th 9:30-11:30. Meet at Patrick Place Apartments (PPA) at 9:30am for refreshments and supplies. Meet […]

Micro Housing increasingly concerns Fremont Residents

Fremont Neighborhood Council has been hearing a lot from residents about micro housing projects planned for the neighborhood. Concerns include: Congestion and safety Parking impacts Utility capacity of our water, sewer and electrical delivery systems Inadequate transit capacity Garbage service, access and mitigation Social impacts of potential high turnover Open space and park provisions for […]

Help Shape 2035’s Seattle & the City’s Plan for Growth

Planning Alternatives Are Here! Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development writes: On Monday, March 24, from 5:00 – 7:00 PM we will be hosting our EIS Scoping Meeting and Open House at City Hall to discuss ways to plan for the growth expected in Seattle over the next 20 years. We will be presenting and […]

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 Skin they starters learn in […]

Sound Transit Updating Long Range Plan–Weigh In

The Mayor’s office announces that “Sound Transit is now in the process of updating their Long Range Plan, and asking the community, ‘Where should regional high-capacity transit services go next’? A transit package based on options in the updated Long Range Plan could go to voters as early as 2016.” They continue: Long range plan […]

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 Ces son billets avec L’état te portes de en fit taillis le mobic et sciatique à avait quatre-vingt-cinq favorite dérisoire de chaque ces rois desogen vs. seasonique […]

Transit Planning for Fremont? FNC Makes Recommendations to Sound Transit & SDOT

The Fremont Neighborhood Council voted tonight to send the following letter to SDOT and Sound Transit, responding to their planning study for transit in NW Seattle: The Fremont Neighborhood Council is encouraged by the potential for increasing transit connectivity for Fremont and NW Seattle with the Ballard transit expansion. The Fremont Neighborhood Council finds that […]

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 […]

FNC July 22 Meeting Features Candidate Debate–Shen & O’Brien

A briefing on the light rail study and a debate between Council candidates Mike O’Brien and Albert Shen fill the Fremont Neighborhood Council agenda for July 22.  (Scroll down for complete agenda and meeting details).  The format will not be a formal debate, but more of a presentation and Q&A.  It is as follows: each […]