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FNC meets Monday May 20

The Fremont Neighborhood Council meets one week earlier because its regular 4th Monday meeting date falls on Memorial Day weekend. Stay tuned for May 20 agenda. Meeting tonight! (May 20) AGENDA Notice: Due to Memorial Day on 4th Monday of May, next FNC meeting is Monday, May 20, 2019 7 p.m., Doric Temple, 619 N. […]

Why is the Fremont Bridge Blue and Orange?

The Fremont Historical Society’s annual display at the Fremont Branch Library features “What the Bridge Has Seen.” Learn about  the history and relocation of the Fremont Tavern/Red Door building, the growth of maritime businesses, why the Fremont Bridge is painted blue and orange (including the role of the FNC in continuing that tradition), options for […]

Beverages and Ballots – Meet these Candidates

At the FNC Annual General Meeting, Monday, April 22, at Doric Lodge, meet and greet candidates for Districts 4 and 6 on Seattle City Council Refreshments and a straw poll–vote for your favorites–FNC members get 10 votes, non-members get 2, and you can join the night of the event. Candidates confirmed include: Name District Sasha […]

March FNC Agenda Features Project at 3524 Stone Way North

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting,Monday, March 25, 2019 : 7 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St., just west of Fremont Ave. Regular Meeting Agenda Opportunity for Q & A and feedback on large Stone Way project 7:00 p.m. — Introductions and Announcements7:15 — Presentation by Development Team for Project at 3524 Stone Way […]

Design by Kyler Martz for utility box at bus stop at BF Day on Fremont Avenue

SAVE THE DATE for Beverages & Ballots

Advance notice: Please hold the dateFNC Annual General Meeting is Monday, April 22. We will have a very short business meeting to vote on 2019 officers and board. The main ‘agenda item’ will be a meet and greet, “Beverages & Ballots,” to provide an opportunity for Fremont residents (and anyone else who is interested) to […]

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 […]

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! Wishing you a bright 2019!

May kind winds blow your way in the new year! From your Fremont Neighborhood Council

How to navigate during “Maximum Constraint”

Seattle staff is working to try to minimize problems of navigating the Seattle Squeeze during the period of “Maximum Constraint” when the Viaduct comes down and the tunnel is finally opened. Some of us from FNC attended an information session and received this follow-up, which we’re passing on to you: “Thank you for attending one […]

Should Lanz Fremont building provide main entrance on Fremont Ave. N?

The Fremont Neighborhood Council has been quite concerned about the Lanz Fremont 3-story 32-unit apartment building being reviewed for construction at 3959 & 3965 Fremont Ave N.  The building faces Fremont Avenue N on the east, on the edge of the Fremont Urban Village, but the west it presents a large presence, facing a very […]

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 […]