Archive for December, 2015

SHIVA–Seattle provides new tool for seeing natural hazards

Seattle just developed a new tool for seeing aggregated information about natural hazards for all land in the city. What is most vulnerable to landslides, earthquake and soil liquefaction, flooding or tsunami?  The information has previously been available separately, but this new map allows viewers to see it all in one place in easily accessed […]

Season’s Greetings from FNC

News tidbits for Fremont’s year-end

Why is City slow to respond to Find It Fix It? On 39th and Linden, neighbors became irritated by dumping that they got creative, and finally their local street couch and love seat, Couchy and Luvey, made the news. KING5 reports that the city’s new app, Find It, Fix It, has increased reporting–a good thing–and […]

Some tips for a Safe and happy holiday

Advice for the holidays from Seattle Police Department’s Crime Prevention Team: A few Safety Tips from Crime Prevention Coordinator, Terrie Johnston – It’s the time of year when our calendars can become crazy with  parties; shopping; travel;  cultural events; and long to-do lists.  Our normal routines are stretched and attention to our safety can suffer.  […]

From the Center of the Universe to needs across the world

Tucked away at the base of Stone Way North on the east edge of Fremont, local nonprofit has been recycling computers and other electronics since 1999. They celebrated their 16th year of operations last night at the Living Computer Museum, with a report on their grants of computers here and across the world, their […]