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Seattle Public Safety Survey and Interview with Prof. Robert Crutchfield

We recently received a newsletter from former City Councilmember Tim Burgess with two items of particular interest to Fremont: Take the Seattle Public Safety Survey Each year Seattle University administers a citywide survey to gain the public’s opinions and perspective on a wide range of public safety issues impacting the city. Complete the confidential survey […]

New proposal for dealing with encampments under discussion at City Council

As the City Council and Mayor work on the budget, proposals are being advanced to address issues made dramatically more important by the events of 2020. So, for example, Councilmember Lewis is proposing a fully civilian replacement for the Navigation Team that formerly worked with those living in encampments to try to get them housed. […]

REMINDER: FNC August 24 2020 meeting tonight

Featuring Community Police Team Officer Nicholas Boys and Friends of Upper Fremont. 7 pm August 24 on Zoom ear Fremont Neighborhood Council Members, residents, and friends,In light of the COVID-19 crisis and in the interest of everyone’s safety, the Fremont Neighborhood Council is meeting via Zoom at this time. Please plan to join our August […]

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 […]

FNC to consider position on encampments & homelessness at regular meeting Jan. 28

FNC AGENDA. Monday, January 28, 2019 7 p.m., Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St., downtown Fremont Homelessness in Fremont -What Should FNC Do? Policy Positions and Action Options–See details below 1. Introductions. Please be prepared to briefly state your name and connection to Fremont. 2. Announcements: If you have an event, meeting, or other opportunity […]

FNC will discuss electric vehicle charging, homelessness, MHA appeal Monday night

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
 Monday, November 26, 2018: 7-8:45 p.m. at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. What actions can FNC take to reduce conflicts between houses and un-housed residents of Fremont? AGENDA 7:02 Introductions and Announcements 7:15 Presentation on Electric Vehicle Charging pilot program Info from presenters: We are reaching out on behalf of Seattle City Light […]

Conversation both civil and revealing at FNC meeting October 22, 2018

This past Monday night, over 50 Fremont neighbors attended FNC’s “Civil Conversation about Homelessness,” moderated by Fremont resident Jenny Brailey, learning from and questioning  panelists Tawny Bates, Fremont Housed Representative Concerning Impacts; August Drake-Ericson, Operations Manager for the City of Seattle Navigation Team; Tracy Cramer, Lead Clean City Inspector, SPU; Judy Gay, long-time Fremont Baptist […]

A Civil Conversation on Homelessness in Fremont Oct. 22, 7 pm

This coming Monday, the Fremont Neighborhood Council hosts a dialogue on homelessness in Fremont, a civil conversation with a focus on solutions AGENDA – Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, October 22, 2018: 7-8:45 p.m. 7:00 Introductions and Announcements 7:05 Introduction to FNC Dialogue on Homelessness in Fremont The Fremont Neighborhood Council seeks to provide a forum for […]

Stay safe as you clean up gardens for fall

Fall is nearly here, and so is yard clean-up. In a recent meeting at Wallingford Community Council with the Seattle City Navigation Team, a number of questions were raised about safety in picking up needles and other trash, even human waste, left in neighborhood yards, parks and streets.  As a result, WCC has taken the […]