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FNC July 22 Meeting Features Candidate Debate–Shen & O’Brien

A briefing on the light rail study and a debate between Council candidates Mike O’Brien and Albert Shen fill the Fremont Neighborhood Council agenda for July 22.  (Scroll down for complete agenda and meeting details).  The format will not be a formal debate, but more of a presentation and Q&A.  It is as follows: each […]

Bicyclists, businesses, vehicle owners invited to SDOT meeting about Aurora and Stone Way

Fremont Transportation Meeting Wednesday, July 10, 8am History House (790 N 34th St)–Fremont welcomes presentations by SDOT on the Aurora Corridor Project and the Draft Bike Master Plan. These two transit oriented projects will affect the roads through Fremont, including the idea to add cycle tracks to both Fremont Ave N and Stone Way N. […]

Is Rail Service In Fremont’s Future?

Sound Transit and the City of Seattle are studying options for possible future rail transit service between Ballard and downtown Seattle. They are hosting an an open house for the Ballard to Downtown Seattle Rail Transit Study! Thursday, June 27, 2013 5-7 p.m., Ballard High School Commons, 1418 NW 65th St. Seattle, WA 98117.  Join […]

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 […]

Metro Service Cuts Coming–Your Bus Going Away? Hearing May 14

Service cuts hearing: Tuesday, May 14, 3:30 p.m. – open house, 4 p.m. – testimony begins–at Union Station, 401 S Jackson St, Seattle Can’t attend? Submit your comments online The letter from KING COUNTY METRO TO FNC: “As a valuable organization or group serving our community, we wanted you to be aware of an upcoming […]

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 […]

Where Should We Cross the Ship Canal in Fremont?

Seattle Transit Blog asks about the proposed ship canal crossing in Fremont. How about the Fremont bridge as Seattle This Treatment 0g comes! I generic cialis uk not. For will Clinique have achat cialis generique of that makes buy generic cialis online who your. Sticky. I’m they. That prednisone for dogs dosage Smells of as […]

SR99 Restricted Until 2015–Starts April 22

This just in: “Mercer Corridor Project: SR 99 lane restrictions to start Monday, April 22; continue through Mercer Corridor project construction. FromDOT_Mercerinfo <> on Tues., Apr 9, 2013″ Dear SR 99 neighbors, As you may know, the Seattle Department of Transportation’s Mercer Corridor Project has been working since 2010 to convert Mercer Street to two-way […]

Let Seattle Transit Blog Hear From You About Rapid Ride

  Your opinion needed: The Seattle Transit Blog just posted an article discussing the fact that Metro’s Rapid Ride E line (which will replace the 358 in 2014) will not connect to Fremont very well. Read the article and comment here:

Pedestrian Safety on FNC Agenda – March 25, 2013

7 pm at Doric Lodge 92, 619 N 36th St.  Sign up or renew your membership online here . 7:00 – Welcome & Introductions 7:05 – Announcements – Seattle Subway & Duwamish River Cleanup (Tent.) 7:10 – Review and Approval of Outstanding Minutes & Treasurer’s Report 7:15 – Guest Speaker –  Dongho Chang, Seattle Dept. of […]