Your Fremont Neighborhood Council (FNC) has been speaking up and advocating for Fremont residents since 1980. We work to improve quality of life for all Fremont residents with a focus on land use, public safety, parks, housing, transportation, and other key community issues. We organize community meetings, attend public hearings, confer with city and county officials, support neighbors with resources for special projects and more. In 2024 we will invite more community partners to talk with us.  
Join us to help make Fremont, the “Center of the Universe,” an even better place.

 2015 Marketime mural Fremont
In 2023 the Fremont Neighborhood Council accomplished the following: *   Sponsored public presentations on issues impacting Fremont from Councilmembers Alex Pederson, Dan Strauss, SDOT, Seattle Housing and other city, county, and private organizations. *   Worked with residents, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, and other city organizations on projects in Fremont to reduce impacts and improve design.  Sponsored public presentations on greenways, traffic calming, Sound Transit, the Aurora Project, transit, and public and government activities impacting Fremont.  Supported and collaborated with the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, Fremont Arts Council, and other organizations on issues including restoration and repairs to Waiting for the Interurban and Canal Park. FNC needs members to attend meetings and fill board vacancies.  We’re a non-profit community organization that depends on engagement from the community and dedicated volunteers.

Meeting attendees can observe, ask questions, and give feedback, which helps improve our community and the FNC.

Board members help monitor local construction, zoning and environmental impacts, promote and monitor transportation and traffic issues, encourage stewardship and development of open space and public art, and work with residents in Fremont on safety and efficiency as transit impacts bus, bicycle, pedestrian and driving routes.  Contact us if you’re interested in joining the board.
Pedestrian on Fremont Bridge, 2003 | Item 145551, Fleets and… | Flickr
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              Fremont Neighborhood Council
              3518 Fremont Ave. N., #111
              Seattle, WA 98103
Voting membership is open to residents of Fremont between 8th Ave NW & Stone Way N, and from the Ship Canal to N 50th St. Others are welcome to join us as neighbor-observers. Memberships are counted on an annual basis, with dues paid every year in January.
ANNUAL DUES (through January 2025): 
$25/Household (two votes for members)
                               $10/Senior-Low Income                              
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Meetings are held the 4th Monday of each month at 7:00 pm. Meetings are held quarterly in person at the Doric Lodge (619 N. 36th St.) and virtually monthly, unless noted differently in the agenda In 2024 we will meet on:

January 22 (in person at Doric Temple0
February 26
March 25
April 22 Annual General Meeting–in person
May 20 (week early due to holiday)
June 24
July 22
August 26
September 23
October 28
November 25
No meeting in December

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