The City’s new Fremont.gov website is coming soon. We have listened to your valuable feedback and have incorporated it into the new design; look out for easy navigation and search tools, increased transparency, enhanced mobile responsiveness, added community engagement features, and more. The new website (still located at Fremont.gov)...
Yesterday evening, the Fremont City Council approved an ordinance to allow commercial outdoor patio areas made popular by the COVID-19 pandemic to continue operating in Fremont on a long-term basis and authorized the use of $40,000 one-time funding to offset the $500 permit fee for businesses that apply the remainder of the calendar year.
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After a nine-month community engagement process, the City of Fremont has completed its redistricting process, with the Fremont City Council adopting a new City Council district map on April 5, 2022. Redistricting is a once-in-a-decade process of redrawing district lines based on Census data. In Fremont, the redistricting process is used to review City Council district boundaries. The new City Council district map is now effective and will be implemented for the November 2022 election. The City will be promptly updating its District Locator Tool for residents to view their new district boundaries.
Please join the City of Fremont to celebrate the new West Access Bridge and Warm Springs Plaza (adjacent to the Warm Springs South Fremont BART station) at the Innovation District Celebration on Thursday, May 12 from 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm. The event will feature:. Food trucks. Official project/plaza...
Stemming from the City Council annual retreat in February, Fremont City Council agreed upon the following top three priorities that will provide the foundation for City projects, policy actions, and the Legislative Guiding Principles and Priorities framework in 2022:. Continue to innovate and find solutions to address homelessness in Fremont.
If you participate in the green bin organics collection program, you are eligible to pick up two free bags of compost at the Fremont Recycling & Transfer Station, located at 41149 Boyce Rd., as part of our popular Compost Give-Away event on Sunday, April 10, from 8 am to noon, while supplies last. Just bring your most recent Republic Services garbage bill as proof! This quality compost comes from our yard trimmings and food scraps and is carefully processed into a useful soil amendment for landscaping. For more information call Republic Services at 510-657-3500.
The City of Fremont was informed by the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office that charges have been filed against former City Manager Mark Danaj for embezzlement and misappropriation of public funds, alleged to have occurred during his employment. The City of Fremont is actively monitoring the situation and will evaluate the impact of the criminal proceedings on the terms of Mr. Danaj’s severance package.
In August 2021, the City launched the Afghan Refugee Help (ARHelp) fund to aid refugees in our community as they get settled. We are proud to share that the fund has raised $442,000 from over 1,000 donors in 40 states as of February 28, 2022. To date, 19 organizations and...
The City of Fremont will host its final Redistricting Public Hearing on Tuesday, April 5. At the hearing, the City Council will adopt a redrawn Council District Map to be implemented for Council district elections for the next 10 years. At the fourth public hearing, the City Council selected NDC Redrawn Map 91064 with minor revisions as a priority map to review for adoption at the final hearing. View the revised map. The City is encouraging residents to review the proposed priority map, submit public comment and information about their communities or interest, and participate in the final public hearing. Find out more about the hearing and how you can get involved.
The City is pleased to announce the launch of AgencyCounter, a new public website for geographically exploring planning applications, engineering permits, and building permits processed by the City for a five-year period. The new website offers an efficient, user-friendly way to view and research construction activity throughout Fremont. With AgencyCounter,...
Beginning the evening of March 4, 2022, through the morning of March 6, 2022, Alameda County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) and Hayward Police Department will be handling all patrol field services within the City of Fremont. Police Service Coverage. In an effort to allow every member of the Fremont Police...
The City of Fremont is hosting its fourth redistricting public hearing on Tuesday, March 1. The City Council will be focusing in and reviewing revisions to three draft maps in order to select a redrawn map that will be implemented for the November 2022 election. The City Council and City staff are encouraging residents to submit public comment about their communities of interest or any proposed changes. To find out more about the hearing, how you can get involved, and review proposed draft maps, please visit our redistricting website.
The City of Fremont is pleased to announce the Special Event Sponsorship Program (SESP) for community events to be held from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023. To be considered for sponsorship, event organizers must meet all eligibility criteria and apply to the program. The deadline to submit your SESP application, along with your special event permit application and all relevant materials, is Monday, April 11, 2022, at 12:00 pm. The final allocation of sponsorship funds will be determined and announced following the City’s Fiscal Year 2022/23 budget adoption in June 2022.
The City of Fremont Parks & Recreation is thrilled to announce the Summer Camps lineup for 2022. Get ready for a splashing fun time this Summer! Parks & Recreation has you covered during the summer break with everything your child needs to stay active, engaged, and safe this summer. Camps take place at multiple locations in Fremont and run June 7 through August 17.
Save the date for the Summer Job Fair on Saturday, March 5, 2022, at the Downtown Event Center. Drop in anytime between 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm to meet with staff, learn about summer and year-round job opportunities, and receive a screening interview. Apply online to speed up the process.
The City of Fremont Parks & Recreation is planning the 2022 Summer Concert Series. We would appreciate your input on the types of bands you would like to see this summer. Please take the survey and give us your feedback on this year's Summer Concert Series. The Survey will close on Friday, March 4, 2022.
REMINDER: The City of Fremont is hosting its next redistricting public hearing on Tuesday, February 15 and is encouraging residents to share the input and submit public comments about proposed draft maps and the impact redistricting could have on your community. The City Council will be reviewing submitted draft maps and selecting priority maps to be further discussed at the fourth public hearing on March 1. * Find out more about the hearing and how you can get involved on our Redistricting Fremont website.
Join the City of Fremont at the virtual Recreation Commission meeting on Wednesday, February 16 at 7:00 pm for a presentation of the Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan. This meeting will begin the wrap-up of the extensive Master Plan process, with these key dates to follow:. February 25 –...
On January 27, 2022, the City submitted a Homekey application to the State for a $40.2 million grant to purchase a motel and convert it to an affordable housing apartment complex for acutely low-income residents, which includes most homeless individuals or those at risk of becoming homeless. If awarded, the funding will be used to convert the Motel 6 located at 46101 Research Ave. in Fremont to 156 units of affordable housing. The State is expected to announce their funding decision next month. The Homekey application was submitted after the Fremont City Council voted unanimously to apply for the funding and, if awarded, use it for the Motel 6 site.