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Want Solar? Deadline July 1. Plus a Picnic

Deadlines and a picnic coming up for solar energy.  July 1 is the deadline for contracting to install solar energy with the current incentives, and July 21 you’re invited to a picnic in the park. Here’s more about both: Hi folks, I wanted to send along a quick progress update to our Solarize NW partners […]

History Cafe at MOHAI Features Fremont June 20th

This month’s History Cafe held at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) will feature presentations on the history of Fremont! Kate Krafft will talk about the physical development of Fremont from land being cleared and farming through the neighborhood’s breadth of residential design.  Kate will draw her material from the Fremont Neighborhood Council’s historic […]

Seattle Public Utilities Asks for Guidance on the Protecting Seattle’s Waterways Plan

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is preparing a long-term plan to reduce the amount of raw sewage and polluted storm water that flows into Seattle’s creeks, lakes, the Ship Canal, and Puget Sound when sewer pipes are overloaded due to heavy rainfall. SPU has developed options and will be preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to […]

Hazel Heights will post sign soon; invites volunteers to help document project

The Hazel Heights group sends FNC, one of the project sponsors, “the latest info & photos from Vicki Robinson–our fabulous volunteer project lead with equally fabulous Cheryl Knox–for our mosaic art front entrance sign project”           and reports next steps: Glass tiles to surround/frame out the mosaic from Bedrock (gave discount, […]

FAC invites you to go hog wild at the Fremont BBQ Extravaganza June 2

Fremont BBQ Extravaganza! Date: Sunday, June 2, 10am – 11pm Location: Corner of 36th and Dayton Ave N, Fremont, Seattle Join Friends and Neighbors to Benefit the Fremont Arts Council’s Solstice Parade (Seattle, WA) May 7, 2013 – Go Hog Wild at the Fremont BBQ Extravaganza, a free neighborhood celebration. Anticipated draw of over 5000 people to attend this Northwest […]

Keep An Eye on Stone34

Stone34 is going up fast. They sent this about construction updates:  “Watch the progress at our live webcam! The tower crane [was] be delivered to the site… Saturday, May 11th. North 35th St. [was] closed from Stone Way to just past the transfer station entry from 9am until 6pm and crews will be at work. […]

Proposed Parking Revisions on Fremont Ave N Between 34th and 35th

FROM KING COUNTY METRO: ” This email is to inform you that King County Metro and Seattle Department of Transportation are working together on a proposal to improve transit service and traffic flow on Fremont Ave North between North 34th Street and North 35th Street that would result in some parking revisions along Fremont Ave […]

NW SEED Launches New Website for Energy Sustainability

This just in from Northwest SEED, which is working to bring solar power to NW Seattle, including Fremont: …absolutely delighted to announce the launch of our brand new website! It’s a whole new look for us, and we think you’ll love it as much as we do. ,,,For the past eleven years, Northwest SEED has […]

Announcements from Dept of Neighborhoods–Parks, Transit, Youth, Rain Gardens & More

    1.     Spring Clean:  Spring Clean is Seattle’s premier clean-up event.  Held each year in April and May through an SPU partnership with Parks and Recreation, Department of Neighborhoods, and Department of Transportation, Spring Clean provides opportunities for residents to keep our city tidy.  For more information, please contact the Spring Clean hotline at […]

FNC Honors Dic Selin; Sally Clark Featured Speaker at FNC Annual Meeting

Retiring FNC Board member Dic Selin will be honored Monday, April 22 at the Fremont Neighborhood Council Annual General Meeting at Doric Temple #92, 619 N 36th in the center of Fremont. Seattle City Councilmember and President Sally Clark will speak. Refreshments at 6:30 and Clark’s speech at 7:00.  The meeting ends at 9:00 pm. […]