Seattle Fastframe and the Madison Valley Stormwater Project

We are here. We have survived the recession. Business is picking up and we are thrilled to be working on several exciting new framing commissions including an entire exhibition of photographs by noted Naturalist and award-winning Seattle-based photographer, Paul Bannick, scheduled to open at the Burke Museum on March 19.

The future is looking positive but we need the continued support of our local customers as the Madison Valley Stormwater Project construction moves ahead. Over the past several decades, there have been a number of instances of flooding and sewer back-ups in Madison Valley during times of heavy rain fall. Seattle Public Utilities is currently installing a new stormwater conveyance and storage system to greatly reduce the potential for flooding in the Valley. We absolutely recognize the importance of this project and are in no way opposed to it: We simply do not want to become a casualty. Madison Valley shops are small businesses run by local people. Don’t forget — for every $100 spent at a local small business, $68 returns to the community

It is inevitable that there will be disruptions and disturbances during this process and we appreciate your patience. Remember, we are flexible. JUST ASK! We will pick up work to be framed, we will do in home consultations, we will deliver completed projects to your doorstep.

We will be sending out Stormwater Project updates though Facebook so please “Like” us and tell your friends to do the same. Additionally, we are going begin offering screaming one day discount via Facebook at Molly’s whim. Don’t miss out.