Archive for March, 2013

Artists Sought for Fremont Siphon Project

The call-for-artists for the Fremont Siphon is posted to the 4Culture website here.  Please help spread the word to local artists who might be interested in applying.  This is the link to the 4Culture Opportunities page which is the entry portal for all applications.  Scroll down to the Fremont Siphon project for specific links to […]

Pedestrian Safety on FNC Agenda – March 25, 2013

7 pm at Doric Lodge 92, 619 N 36th St.  Sign up or renew your membership online here . 7:00 – Welcome & Introductions 7:05 – Announcements – Seattle Subway & Duwamish River Cleanup (Tent.) 7:10 – Review and Approval of Outstanding Minutes & Treasurer’s Report 7:15 – Guest Speaker –  Dongho Chang, Seattle Dept. of […]

Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee to hold public hearing on potential Opportunity Fund projects

“The Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee has rescheduled the public hearing to gather public comments on the proposed second round of Opportunity Fund projects for Monday, April 22, 2013. The hearing at Miller Community Center, 330 19th Ave. E, will take place from 6 – 9 p.m.   “Parks staff and the Levy Oversight […]

Sound Transit & Seattle Studying Rail Service to Downtown Seattle

  FROM SOUND TRANSIT: Recap of the Ballard Study open house–On Tuesday March 12, 2013, Sound Transit and the City of Seattle hosted an open house to study options for possible future rail transit service between Ballard and downtown Seattle. More than 150 people attended the event to learn more about the project, ask questions […]

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 Product only high the. […]


FNC just became an official sponsor of Solarize Seattle. Solarize reports: After more than 100 people showed up for each of our first two workshops, we’re convinced that NW Seattle is serious about solar. Thus far, nearly 400 of your neighbors have registered to participate in the program, and 10 early birds have already contracted […]