Archive for June, 2013

"Zoo" by Kyler Martz

FNC Funds New Art for Fremont Utility Boxes

Working with Urban ArtWorks and artist Kyler Martz, the Fremont Neighborhood Council is sponsoring art on four of Fremont’s utility boxes. FNC would welcome co-sponsors to put artwork on more of these big, often-tagged boxes. Below, see the proposed locations & intersections, and the designs suggested for each. 1.” Zoo” by Kyler Martz : 39th […]

Bicyclists, businesses, vehicle owners invited to SDOT meeting about Aurora and Stone Way

Fremont Transportation Meeting Wednesday, July 10, 8am History House (790 N 34th St)–Fremont welcomes presentations by SDOT on the Aurora Corridor Project and the Draft Bike Master Plan. These two transit oriented projects will affect the roads through Fremont, including the idea to add cycle tracks to both Fremont Ave N and Stone Way N. […]

Hazel Heights Mosaic Art Sign Going Up Next Week

You’re invited to help and to enjoy the mosaic art front entrance sign at Hazel Heights Park: TUES JUNE 25 – 9am start* – Mosaic gets put up on the wall [volunteers needed to bring food/beverages & photo document] WED JUNE 26 & or THURS JUNE 27* – clean up/grout prep: remove tile tape, remove […]

Agenda for FNC Meeting June 24, 7 pm

Agenda – June 24, 2012 Doric Lodge 92, 619 North 36th Street at 7:00 pm 7:00pm            Welcome and Introductions 7:05                 Announcements 7:10                 N. 39th Crossing Update Presenter:       Christian Silk, N. 39th St. Neighbor 7:15                 Aurora Corridor Improvement Project Presenter:       Jonathan Dong, Senior Transportation Planner Seattle Department of Transportation  206-233-8564  | Background info here. 7:30                 […]

Is Rail Service In Fremont’s Future?

Sound Transit and the City of Seattle are studying options for possible future rail transit service between Ballard and downtown Seattle. They are hosting an an open house for the Ballard to Downtown Seattle Rail Transit Study! Thursday, June 27, 2013 5-7 p.m., Ballard High School Commons, 1418 NW 65th St. Seattle, WA 98117.  Join […]

You Can Meet the Candidates for Mayor & City Council Before You Get Your Ballot

Meet the candidates for mayor, with a focus on neighborhood issues June 26, 6-8 pm at City Hall, sponsored by the City Neighborhood Council to provide an in depth opportunity to see the candidates in action, see what they know, and learn their positions on important local issues.  For more information, see the attached flyer. CNC […]

Want Solar? Deadline July 1. Plus a Picnic

Deadlines and a picnic coming up for solar energy.  July 1 is the deadline for contracting to install solar energy with the current incentives, and July 21 you’re invited to a picnic in the park. Here’s more about both: Hi folks, I wanted to send along a quick progress update to our Solarize NW partners […]


Fremont Arts Council needs some specific volunteer help for Solstice on Parade Day, June 22, 2013: We’re looking for a SAG Wagon driver on Parade day (June 22nd) from 11-3. We need a driver with a lockable vehicle (van or a covered truck) to collect gear from the parade participants, and then drive to Gas […]

History Cafe at MOHAI Features Fremont June 20th

This month’s History Cafe held at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) will feature presentations on the history of Fremont! Kate Krafft will talk about the physical development of Fremont from land being cleared and farming through the neighborhood’s breadth of residential design.  Kate will draw her material from the Fremont Neighborhood Council’s historic […]

BF Day Playground Project Seeks Your Opinion, Reports Progress

BF Day’s playground improvement project is proceeding quickly. They ask for your vote by June 9,  and sent this report: Playground Equipment Big news – we received eight proposals for playground equipment and have chosen 3 for further review and community input. Please take a moment to look at the images in the …PDF file […]