Compassionate City

On January 12, 2016, the Fremont City Council approved the Fremont Compassionate City Charter and officially designated Fremont as a Compassionate City. Additionally, on March 7, 2017, the City Council also approved the Compassionate City Value Statement. Across the United States, as well as the rest of the world, communities have committed themselves to the universal “golden rule,” to treat others as you would like to be treated.

Over the past year, a group of local Fremont residents, members of Tri-City Interfaith Council, the Human Relations Commission and others worked together on this endeavor. The City of Fremont knows that compassion is an essential ingredient in building and maintaining thriving, healthy, resilient, and innovative enterprises, institutions, and communities, which is why the City and its residents have chosen to adopt and craft a charter unique to Fremont.

For additional information on the Charter for Compassion, visit their website.


More recently on February 13, 2018, the City Council approved to adopt the “Fremont Stand Against Hate” poster language and distribution. The City of Fremont has designated distribution points for poster pick-up. See locations below.

Poster Distribution Sites

City  Administration Office – Welcome Lobby
City Hall, 3300 Capitol Ave., Building A, Fremont, 94538
Centerville Community Center
3355 Country Dr., Fremont, 94536
Central Park Visitor Center
40000 Paseo Padre Pkwy., Fremont, 94538, (near Sailway Dr. and next to the Boat Docks)
Development Services Center- Information Desk
39550 Liberty St. , Fremont, 94538
Family Resource Center – Welcome Desk
39155 Liberty St., Fremont, 94538
Fremont Community Center
40000 Paseo Padre Pkwy., Fremont, 94538
Human Services Department
City Hall, 3300 Capitol Ave., Building B, Fremont, 94538
Los Cerritos Community Center
3377 Alder Ave., Fremont, 94538
Senior Center
40086 Paseo Padre Pkwy., Fremont, 94538
Warm Springs Community Center
47300 Fernald St., Fremont, 94539

Fremont Poster