Archive for December, 2013

On January 7 You Can Learn What Will Be Done with the North Transfer Station

See the changes planned at the North Transfer Station Site as it is rebuilt: As you know, the North Transfer Station project team has been engaging stakeholders in the public planning process since 2008. Our goal is to build a more modern and efficient facility that will meet the growing future needs of the city. […]

Going to the “Dump?” North Transfer Station Closing Jan. 20 until 2016

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) writes: [We are] getting ready to replace the North Transfer Station (1350 North 34th Street) with a more modern and efficient facility that will meet the growing future needs of the city. We will be closing the current transfer station after 5:30 p.m. on January 20, 2014.  Once closed, the old […]

Fremont Arts Council Winter Solstice Feast Welcomes Artists, Musicians & Celebrants

Fremont Arts Council invites the community to celebrate the Winter Solstice Feast on Saturday 12/21/13 at 6pm at 3636 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103  Tickets here: “Following tradition in addition to your $25 ticket purchase all guests will be expected to bring a gallant dish to share in the feast.  Plus bring your […]


Tenants will soon be moving in to Catholic Community Services’ new Patrick Place Apartments on Aurora Avenue North, at the site of the old Thunderbird Motel.  Patrick Place offers 71 new apartments and on-site support services for people who have been homeless. The Fremont Neighborhood Council wants to help our new neighbors feel welcome to […]

In Severe Weather, Resources for Those Who Lack Shelter

Severe Weather Shelters Open this Weekend – During this period of forecasted extreme temperatures the City of Seattle is opening Severe Weather Shelter tonight, Tuesday, December 3rd through Sunday, December 8th. The shelter serves men and women and is located at the Rainier Room, 305 Harrison Street. The Rainier Room is on the grounds of […]

Take Short Survey from City Attorney’s Office

“The Seattle City Attorney’s Office is redesigning its website and is conducting a survey about what information it should make available online. The goal of our website is to help make the legal system more accessible, connect people with public legal services and other resources, and increase the public’s understanding of our work. The survey […]

Holiday Book Drive Benefits BF Day Students

help writing an essay he Stone34 team is kicking off a Holiday Book Drive to benefit BF Day Elementary students. Stone34 invites all neighbors to participate. Donations can be dropped off in the donation bin at the school library (inside the front door to the left) weekdays from 7:30am to 2:30pm. Be sure to stop […]