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Getting to the Fremont Branch

The Fremont Branch is on the south side of North 35th Street between Fremont Avenue North and the Aurora Bridge.

Location of the Fremont Branch of The Seattle Public Library

Driving from the north or south via I-5:

  • Take exit 169 and follow the N. 45th St. ramp.
  • Turn west on 45th and stay with the arterial for 1½ miles to Fremont Ave. N. (Note: the arterial will become N. 46th St. before reaching Fremont Ave.)
  • Turn left on Fremont Ave. and go south 1 mile to N. 35th St.
  • Turn left on N. 35th St. Branch is on south side of street at mid-block.

Parking

There is street parking and a pay parking lot across the street.

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Served by Metro Bus Routes 5, 26, 28, 31, 32, 40, 62

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Safe Place

Fremont Branch
731 N. 35th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
206-684-4084

Hours:

Mon:

1 pm - 8 pm

Tue:

1 pm - 8 pm

Wed:

11 am - 6 pm

Thu:

11 am - 6 pm

Fri:

Closed

Sat:

11 am - 6 pm

Sun:

1 pm - 5 pm


Regional Manager:
Kip Roberson
 

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