Join us TOMORROW as we receive a Community Update and present the Fremont Chamber of Commerce Awards!
We will enjoy a delicious breakfast by Ripe Catering, a community update from the Seattle Police Department and present the Fremont Chamber Awards!
Wednesday, January 15th
Program: 8:30AM – 10AM
Location: Tableau @ 744 N 34th Street
Members: $25 // Guests: $30
Captain Eric Sano has been with the Seattle Police Department since 1984 and is the North Precinct Commander. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Society and Justice from the University of Washington. He is excited to serve the citizens of the North Precinct and to foster great relations with many of the residents, neighborhood groups and business owners. Read more.
Ripe Catering is the premier caterer for film shoots, craft services, festival catering, stadium concert/ backstage catering and corporate catering in the Seattle area. Getting married? We can cater that too! Learn more.
Tableau has a simple mission: to help people see and understand their data. Seven words that drive everything we do. And they’ve never been more important.
Fremont Dock is a family-owned and operated property management business since 1947. We are lovable landlords trying to leave Fremont a little better than we found it! Learn more.
For 10+ years, Netso LLC has provided IT hardware and infrastructure solutions for business owners, technology consultants and corporate clients worldwide. We are authorized partner of HP, HPE, Microsoft, VMware. Working with us gives you the benefits of full manufacturer warranty and services, as well as access to manufacturer’s aggressive promotions and discounted pricing.
5500 8th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107
Visit KeyBank Fremont! We’ll help you find a financial solution that fits your needs. At KeyBank Fremont, you’ll find ATMs, KeyBank Relationship Rewards, Safe Deposit Boxes, Investment Services for your convenience. Your local KeyBank is here for you, no matter what stage of life you’re in. Visit your local branch today or contact us at 206-633-6310. Let’s work together to find the best financial solution to fit your situation.
601 N 34th Street Suite A
Seattle, WA 98103
Ship Canal Water Quality Project Survey
In the event of extreme winter weather and snow, there are five key things we need you to do:
- Stay informed: Be sure to check the National Weather Service for updates, and sign up for AlertSeattle for emergency notifications.
- Shovel your sidewalks: It’s your responsibility to make sure the sidewalk in front of your home or business is safe and accessible. It’s not only the law – it’s just the right thing to do to make sure people can move through Seattle safely.
- Don’t drive unless you absolutely have to: Driving during a storm is dangerous – please avoid driving, and choose to take public transit whenever possible. If you have to drive, check out these tips on how to stay safe.
- Check on your neighbors: Make sure your neighbors have everything they need to be prepared for a storm, and if they’re older or disabled, be a good neighbor and offer to help get supplies, and shovel their sidewalk.
- Get prepared: Make sure your emergency kit is up-to-date, and make sure you have a plan in the event of a power outage.
After last year’s snowstorm, we heard stories from seniors and our disabled neighbors – some of whom were trapped in their homes for days on end, simply because the sidewalks in their neighborhood were covered in snow, making them dangerous and inaccessible. We cannot let this happen again – it’s all of our responsibility to make sure Seattle stays safe and accessible for all. Do your part and shovel your sidewalk.
The City is prepared to do our part to make sure we weather this storm. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is monitoring weather, traffic, and road temperatures 24/7, and our entire fleet of snowplows is ready to be deployed at a moment’s notice. If it does snow, have patience, and don’t expect your neighborhood street to be plowed immediately. SDOT prioritizes clearing the most critical routes for transit and emergency response vehicles.Click here for more information on how SDOT is preparing for the winter weather.
I encourage you visit www.seattle.gov for more information, and follow @CityofSeattle on Twitter for regular updates. And remember: Have patience and be a good neighbor. It’s up to all of us to keep Seattle, safe, warm, and accessible this winter.
Sincerely, Jenny A. Durkan
Learn how to Build a Top-Notch Internship & Entry Talent Program
The Total Internship Management Workshop
Wednesday, March 4, 2020 | 8:30AM-3:30PM
University of Washington, Seattle Campus
Utilizing internships is the perfect way to conduct recruiting activities by identifying future hires, increasing retention rates, maintaining a pipeline of highly qualified candidates, creating and building relationships with local universities and organizations, and having short-term projects completed by an educated workforce.
The Total Internship Management Workshop is designed to help you and your organization build a win-win internship program. Based on the most in-depth research ever to be conducted into the successful management of internship programs, you can be assured that you will leave the event with a newfound approach to internships. Register here. For information or assistance call – 800.531.6091 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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