Fremont Neighborhood Council

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Jan. 2018 FNC Features Greenways, Dock Access, Upzones Challenge

Tonight. Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, January 22, 2018: 7-8:30 p.m. Location: Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA 7:05 Introductions and Announcements • Seattle Neighborhood Greenways’ Volunteer Appreciation Party; Friday, February 2, 5:30PM – 7:30PM; Impact Hub 3rd Floor; 220 2nd Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 • Council District 4 (includes East Fremont) HALA MHA up zoning proposal “Open House”; Tuesday […]

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 […]

November 27 FNC meeting will feature USPS on preventing mail and package theft

On November 27 the Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting November 27th, 7 PM, Doric Lodge,  619 N. 36th Street, will focus on preventing and dealing with mail and package theft.  An inspector from the United States Postal Service and a crime prevention coordinator from the Seattle Police Department will be attending the will be in attendance […]

City releases proposed wording changes in neighborhood plans for Oct. 26 Open House

Seattle’s Office of Planning and Community Development just released its latest update in advance of the Oct. 26 Open House at Hale’s Brewery Palladium to discuss Comprehensive Plan Amendment & ADU EIS Scoping. To prepare, download and read the Meeting in the Box information here. Seattle’s Office of Planning and Community Development just released its latest […]

New Utility Box Painting Added at N 46th and Whitman Ave. N

Traveling east under Aurora at N 46th, you’ll see the newest of the utility box paintings added to Fremont’s streetscape by artist Kyler Martz with support from the Fremont Neighborhood Council in partnership with Urban Artworks.  

Street Art in Fremont–Kyler Martz Utility Boxes Sponsored by FNC

Here are three of the several Fremont utility boxes decorated with designs by artist Kyler Martz and sponsored by Fremont Neighborhood Council, and painted under the auspices of Urban ArtWorks.  

FNC Sends Recommendations on HALA to City Officials

“FNC supports livability, diversity, inclusion and affordable housing for all…FNC offers the following specific suggestions to add density to Fremont while enhancing livability, diversity, inclusion, and even affordability.” On March 27, 2017, after considerable study and discussion with Fremont neighbors and among the FNC board, the Fremont Neighborhood Council voted to send to city officials […]

Councilmember Mike O’Brien to Address FNC Annual Meeting April 24, 2017

SAVE THE DATE!  Fremont Neighborhood Council Annual Meeting Featuring Special Guest Seattle City Councilmember Mike O’Brien, representing District 6 Monday, April 24, 2017, 7:00pm – 8:30pm at Doric Lodge, 619 N. 36th Street (half-block east of the Lenin Statue) You’re invited to the Fremont Neighborhood Council Annual Meeting for 2017 featuring Fremont resident Councilmember Mike […]

HALA Focus Groups Wrap Work and Representative Reports to FNC

Toby Thaler and Peter Hornyack, FNC board members, both attended the final wrap-up meeting for the HALA focus groups this past week, Hornyack reports. He writes, “Now that the process is complete I’ve written an update for the FNC website, containing the most up-to-date information from the city.”  That report follows below. He also says, […]

First Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting of 2017 Discusses N 34th Bus Stop Safety, HALA

First Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting of 2017 was this Monday night, January 23. Nico Martinucci,* Associate Transportation Planner for SDOT presented detailed information about the City’s plan to reconfigure the bus stop at N 34th and Fremont Avenue to try to solve the problem of crowding where so many board the bus, walk, drive and […]