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MEET NEW FREMONT NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL BOARD MEMBERS AS FNC GOES VIRTUAL

Please join FNC tomorrow evening, July 27 at 7:00 pm via Zoom–link in this blog post. FNC’s July 27 meeting at 7-8:30 pm on Zoom will introduce new Board member (Tawny and Bruce, welcome aboard!), devote 40 minutes to Seattle City Light—20 minutes to present and 20 minutes for questions–hear the FNC president’s report on […]

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 […]

Join Your Fremont Neighborhood Council for 2018

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 […]

FNC Updated on Ernst Park and the Fremont Siphon–Still Time to Comment on HALA and More

At the October 22 FNC meeting, Seattle Parks and Recreation presented the three options being considered for the expansion of  A.B. Ernst Park,  located at 715 N. 35th St. next to the Fremont Library, which several present urged be named the Fremont Central Park, Fremont Library Park, or Slippery Slope Park for the new slides […]

Agenda for July 25 FNC meeting revised

Presentation by Weber Thompson Architects added–learn more about their 7-story “Living Office Building”  planned for 900 N 34th St., NE, corner of N 34th and Troll Avenue N. REVISED AGENDA
 
Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
Monday, July, 25, 2016, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. 7pm    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events 7/26: Spoke & Food at Red […]

New Buildings, Dog Parks, District Council Changes, Grant Guidelines on FNC Agenda July 25

Monday, July, 25, 2016, 7-8:30pm, Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.

 AGENDA: 7pm    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events

 7/19: Tableau Grants for the Fremont Community: Happy Hour & Info Night 5:30pm 7/19: Solstice Parade debrief, 7:10pm at the Powerhouse Fremont Arts Council. Can’t make it? Take the survey at surveymonkey.com/r/SolsticeParadeSurvey 7/26: […]

New pedestrian-activated light at Stone Way and N 41st. Taking the pictures, photographer counted FIVE cars ignoring ped light, several even after one stopped in  opposite lane.

Pedestrian Safety an ongoing issue

With Friday’s accident at N 40th and Wallingford Avenue, resulting in injury to a 12-year-old on his way to Hamilton Middle School, parents in Wallingford and Fremont are once again deeply concerned about the safety of pedestrians in the Hamilton/ BF Day neighborhood. FNC has been working to increase pedestrian safety between the pedestrian bridge […]

FNC meets Monday evening 7 pm

AGENDA COMING SOON for FNC Board meeting October 28, 2013 7:00 pm at the Doric Temple, 619 N 36th St., Fremont, Seattle, 98103Google Map

BF DAY HOSTS SDOT kick off of Westlake Avenue North Cycle Track project

The City of Seattle’s Department of Transportation invites you to an generic levitra open house to kick off the Westlake Avenue North Cycle Track project: Monday, October 28, 2013, 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Fremont’s B.F. viagra Day Elementary School, 3921 Linden Ave N. Learn about project goals, schedule and how you can stay engaged See initial […]

Transit Planning for Fremont? FNC Makes Recommendations to Sound Transit & SDOT

The Fremont Neighborhood Council voted tonight to send the following letter to SDOT and Sound Transit, responding to their planning study for transit in NW Seattle: The Fremont Neighborhood Council is encouraged by the potential for increasing transit connectivity for Fremont and NW Seattle with the Ballard transit expansion. The Fremont Neighborhood Council finds that […]