Have you enjoyed parks, community centers or recreation classes in Fremont? The parks, facilities, and classes were all, at one time, just ideas that then turned into a plan.
The City is creating a new Parks and Recreation Master Plan (Master Plan) which will guide park development and recreation services for the next 15 years, and we would like your ideas about what you would like to see offered.
The purpose of the Master Plan is to learn about Fremont’s growing population and what they would like to see offered by Parks and Recreation Services. The goal of the Master Plan is to provide clear guidance on how to meet the demands for future recreational, programming, environmental, and maintenance needs, as well as to establish priorities for facility improvements, future park development, and land acquisitions.
Overview of Parks and Recreation
Fremont’s Recreation Division offers activities for all ages and interests including:
classes such as academic, art, music, dance, yoga, cooking, and dog training
sports leagues for children and adults
sports activities such as baseball, soccer, tennis, golf, basketball, and cricket
activities such as the Kids and Kites Festival and Concerts in the Park
Some of Fremont’s Parks and Facilities
Central Park with Lake Elizabeth
Community parks and community centers
Historical sites like Shinn Park and California Nursery
The Senior and Teen Centers
Aqua Adventure Waterpark
The skate park
The sports complex
Olive Hyde Art Gallery
The dog park
Parks Master Plan Kickoff Meeting
On December 4, 2019, the City of Fremont’s Community Services Department held an internal kickoff meeting to introduce staff to the new Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The master plan process is projected to take 18-24 months and involve several staff members over that timeframe. The City’s consultant, Neelay Bhatt of PROS Consulting, Inc., presented to staff in this video.