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Linda

Linda has written 474 posts for Fremont Neigborhood Council

Message from FNC President

Dear Fremont Neighborhood Council Members and friends, In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, and in the interest of everyone’s health, the March 23rd Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting has been cancelled. We will plan to meet again on April 27th for the Neighborhood Council’s Annual General Membership Meeting (pending recommendations by, or requirements of, City, County, and […]

FAC adjusts for #COVID-19

Update from Fremont Arts Council: How is the impact of COVID-19 going to affect the Fremont Arts Council and what is the Board of Directors response?  Engaging community to cultivate the spirit of celebration where everyone is an artist. We hope this letter finds you well. With the ever-evolving situation that is COVID-19 and the […]

Fremont Restaurants Offer Delivery and Take-out – #Coronavirus

As of today, here’s a list of Fremont restaurants a Fremont neighbor just compiled this afternoon at 3 pm. As per Governor Inslee’s order, they are open for delivery and take-out services only, not for in-person dining. Name Of Fremont Restaurant, Status and hours 19 Gold – 11:30-9:30 open Café Turko open El Camino open […]

Fremont Chamber shares list of resources in this time of Coronavirus

Thanks to the Fremont Chamber of Commerce for this list of resources. Nine resources for you and your business in these extraordinary times. fremont.com           Public Health—Seattle & King County   “This a critical moment in the growing outbreak of COVID-19 in King County. Public Health — Seattle & King County […]

Blood Needed. Give with Safety

Is it safe to donate blood? Yes, donating blood is a safe activity and patients need you now. Your Fremont Community based business, Sorse Tech, has partnered with Bloodworks NW as our state of Washington is currently experiencing an emergency need for all blood types as the Pacific Northwest’s blood supply is at risk of […]

Join us! Make Fremont, the “Center of the Universe,” even better

IN 2019 your Fremont Neighborhood Council: ~Supported Fremont Neighborhood Clean-Up, Troll Park and its P-Patch, the 45th Street and Bridge Way murals and Utility Box Arts. ~Worked with the city and developers on land use projects in Fremont to reduce impacts and improve design. ~Sponsored public presentations on safe streets, homelessness, transit, and government activities […]

More Squeeze…Get Ready

Visit https://www.seattletraffic.org/ for more information on the Seattle Squeeze Fremont’s Community Engagement Coordinator sends this heads-up: It’s time to get ready for Chapter 3 of the #SeattleSqueeze, the period through 2024 where private and public construction projects put pressure on our transportation system, changing how we all get around.  There are several transformative transportation adjustments […]

Zoo to present update Monday night at FNC

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, September 23, 2019: 7-8:00 p.m. Location: Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA Monday, September 23, 2019  7 p.m., Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St., downtown Fremont   1.  7:03 Introductions and Announcements             • Street Clean Up event report (September 21)   2.  7:15 Minutes and Treasurer’s Report   3.  7:20 Woodland Park […]

Summer cleanup Sept. 21–join us!

Fremont Summer Cleanup 10 am to Noon Saturday Sept 21 2019 Meet at 4251 Aurora Ave N ~ Refreshments! Prizes! ~ Join the summer cleanup sponsored by Fremont Neighborhood Council, the City of Seattle and Catholic Community Services. Earn prizes Prizes for most trash picked up by your group. Equipment supplied.

The Past as Prologue

MAYBE THINGS TODAY ARE NOT ALL THAT DIFFERENT Paul Dorpat’s Now and Then column in the Seattle Times’ Pacific Northwest Magazine on Sunday, September 15, will feature a 1908 postcard with a panoramic photo taken from Fremont Hill looking across Lake Union to Capitol Hill.  What was written on the postcard is equally as interesting […]