Fremont, California

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Fremont, California
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General information
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Mayor:Bill Harrison
Last mayoral election:2012
Next mayoral election:2016
Last city council election:2012
Next city council election:2014
City council seats:5
2014-2015 FY Budget:$238 million
City website
Composition data
Population in 2013:224,922
Gender:50.3% Female
Race:White 32.8%
Hispanic or Latino 14.8%
African American 3.3%
Asian 50.6%
Native American 0.5%
Median household income:$99,169
High school graduation rate:90.5%
College graduation rate:49.5%
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Fremont is a city in Alameda County, California. As of 2013, its population was 224,922.[1]

Office of the Mayor

Bill Harrison is the current Mayor of Fremont.[2]

City Council

Council-Manager System

The City of Fremont utilizes a Council-Manager system. An elected City Council, which serves as the city's legislative body, appoints an executive called a manager to oversee the city's day-to-day operations.[3]


The City Council consists of five members: the Mayor and four Council members. All are elected at-large.

A full list of City Council members can be found here



see also Fremont, California municipal elections, 2014

The city of Fremont, California will hold elections for city council on November 4, 2014. Two Council member seats are up for election.[4] The candidate filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was August 8, 2014.[5][6]


Fremont's proposed operating budget for fiscal year 2014-2015 was $238 million.[7]

Contact Information

City Hall
3300 Capitol Ave.
Fremont, CA 94538
Ph: 510-284-4000


Main article: California government sector lobbying

As of August 11, 2014, the city of Fremont does not provide information on its lobbying activities.

Ballot Measures

See also: Alameda County, California ballot measures

The city of Fremont is in Alameda County. A list of ballot measures in Alameda County is available here.

Initiative process

Population as of 2013: 224,922.[1] Fremont is a charter city.

Fremont's initiative process follows state law (see Laws governing local ballot measures in California for details) for both charter amendment and ordinances.

The Fremont City Code

See Also

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