In partnership with The Mission Peak Company, the City of Fremont is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday, June 7, at 11 a.m. to celebrate the start of construction on an 11,000-square-foot Age-Friendly Center in Fremont’s Warm Springs District.
This new center, the second City building in Fremont dedicated to services for older adults, will provide residents aged 55 years and older a variety of classes and activities such as exercise classes, informational events, and access to many social services and cultural celebrations. As part of the new age-restricted master-planned community, Mission Falls, this center will help fulfill Fremont’s goal of being an inclusive community to residents of all ages. It is expected to open by fall 2021.
Master of Ceremonies and Human Services Director Suzanne Shenfil will kick off the festivities, along with Fremont Mayor Lily Mei and City Manager Mark Danaj. The event will be held in the lot immediately adjacent to Pauline Weaver Senior Apartments, located at 47111 Mission Falls Ct.
RSVP for the event or call 510-790-6600.