Archive for September, 2015

Candidate Forums for Fremont’s two districts coming Wednesday & Thursday

While most of Fremont is now in Seattle City District 6, the part of Fremont that lies east of Aurora Avenue is in District 4. Hear the candidates at two district forums before you decide who wins your vote: District 6’s forum Wednesday, September 30, 2015, 8:00 PM, at Phinney Neighborhood Association. Free. Town Hall, […]

Neighborhood Greenways, Patrick Place & Possible Land Use Forum on tonight’s FNC Agenda

TONIGHT! Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
 Monday, September 28, 2015, 7-8:30pm Location: Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA
: 7pm    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events September 30: Seattle City Council Debate: District 6- Mike O’Brien and Catherine Weatbrook, 7:30PM @ Phinney Neighborhood Association October 3: 2016 Neighborhood & Community Arts grants program Workshop, 10:15-11:45am @ Lake City Branch Library, 12501 28th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA […]

More Metro service improvements start Saturday

The bus is coming! The bus is coming! E Line increases weekdays from every 12 to every 10 minutes.On weekday and Saturday evenings, Route 16 service frequency will improve to every 20 minutes with the addition of four southbound trips to downtown Seattle and four northbound trips to Northgate. On Sunday, midday service frequency will […]

Fremont Peak Park Art by Laura Haddad


Seattle is offering arts money to put art in Seattle Parks. What could Fremont do at Ernst Park or Canal Park or around the Troll? Sing in the sunset at Peak Park? Got some ideas? Want to work on such a project? Poetry in the park? A rockin’ Troll? Musician stroll along the water? […]

Laura Haddad art in Peak Park  
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Artists seek your Fremont stories for new piece at “intersection of art, technology and quirk”

Fremocentrist passed on this story: Artists Laura Haddad and Tom Drugan will be outside the PCC this Wednesday (Sep 9th) from 4pm- 7pm, Thursday (Sep 10th) from 4pm – 7pm, or Saturday (Sep 12th) from 10am– 1 pm at PCC.  They’ll be “collecting stories and snapping photos of souvenirs of people here. They want to create […]


Thanks to Seattle Police Department for mapping current community police team assignments. SPD says: Unlike Patrol Officers, the CPT are here to focus on the long-term, and often chronic problems specific to individual neighborhoods. They patrol many times a day, checking and re-checking known “hot spots”. It is their job to know the residents in […]

Woodland Park Zoo Plans a Sense Garden–Talk about it Sept. 10 & Oct. 21

  TALK SENSES TO US — WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! Woodland Park Zoo is very excited to work with Seattle Parks and Recreation to develop a sensory garden on grounds adjacent to our much-loved, free-access Rose Garden. The community is invited to two meetings to give input about the project. The meetings will […]