A local Fauntleroy traffic issues meeting will be held virtually Oct 12, from 7 to 9 PM with members of SDOT, Seattle Police Department’s Southwest Precinct, Seattle Police Traffic Department and City Council Member Lisa Herbold’s office. This meeting stems from the most recent survey conducted by the FCA in which traffic issues such as speeding, noise, pedestrian safety and neighborhood cut-throughs were the number one concern of the Fauntleroy community. We request that community members submit questions, concerns, recommendations and importantly issues with specific streets and cross streets where the issues exist to email@example.com by the close of business October 8. Questions will be compiled so they may be addressed by the attendees. Registration Required.
FAUNTLEROY FALL FESTIVAL WILL TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY, OCT. 24, 2-5PM (OR FOR AS LONG AS SUPPLIES LAST).
The festival is going to look a bit different this year to err on the side of caution for the community. It will be a drive through event! Folks will be able to sign up for a slot to drive through the main and upper parking lots of the Fauntleroy Church/Y and pick up goodies from the Fall Festival along the way. People walking up from the neighborhood are welcome as well. Cocoa, pretzel and cider, word search puzzle, a birdhouse kit are among the treats along your route. There will be bands to listen to on your trip and Halloween decorations to keep everyone entertained! Reserve your spot for the festival here: https://signup.com/go/ykhPtmZ
The Fall Festival is supported in large part by financial contributions from the community. If you are able to contribute to this year's Fauntleroy Fall Festival click the Contribute button on the right.
The Fall Festival is also a volunteer operation. If you have the time and the desire to help make this year's festival the best one yet, please consider helping out. Volunteers (masked and fully vaccinated) will be needed to pass out items and direct traffic. If you can help for a 2 hour shift, please sign up to the right
The Seattle Police Department is honored to partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to bring Drug Take Back Day to Seattle again this year!
Date: Saturday October 23rd 2021
Time: 10am- 2pm
Locations: the front parking lots of the North Precinct (10049 College Way N) and the South Precinct (3001 S Myrtle St).
social distancing recommendations will be adhered to
Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. That’s dangerous and often tragic. That’s why it was great to see thousands of folks from across the country clean out their medicine cabinets and turn in - safely and anonymously - a record amount of prescription drugs.
Please bring your unwanted and/or expired medications (no questions asked) to either of these locations on Saturday October 23rd!
We will also have a variety of crime prevention and informational materials available for pick-up.
The FCA is planning to hold a virtual meeting on Oct 12, from 7 to 9 PM with members of SDOT, Seattle Police Department’s Southwest Precinct, Seattle Police Traffic Department and City Council Member Lisa Herbold’s office to discuss local traffic issues in Fauntleroy. This meeting stems from the most recent survey conducted by the FCA in which traffic issues such as speeding, noise, pedestrian safety and neighborhood cut-throughs were the number one concern of the Fauntleroy community. Details for login and access to the meeting will be forthcoming.
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posted: 08 Jun 2021
Date: Monday June 14th 2021
Link to Register: https://anc.apm.activecommunities.com/seattle/activity/search/detail/36020?onlineSiteId=0&from_original_cui=true
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posted: 24 May 2021
The FCA has sent a letter to Washington State Ferries regarding concerns about the Terminal Replacement Project. The letter outlines our stance on the project and expresses our support for the project, while maintaining our commitment to the neighborhood.