Centerville Complete Streets

Virtual Community Meeting #3: Presentation on the Draft Preferred Design – August 12, 2020

On August 12, 2020, the City of Fremont held a public virtual community meeting to present the draft preferred design along Fremont Boulevard, Thornton Avenue, and Peralta Boulevard for the Centerville Compete Streets project.  The new design includes changes to parking, bike facilities, travel lanes, transit amenities, landscaping, and the addition of outdoor dining spaces and pedestrian crossing improvements. The Pilot Project Striping Plan was also introduced and discussed. There was anl opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback. 

The next step in the project is to move forward with the final design, agency approval and construction of the Pilot Project.  Materials from the meeting can be accessed below:

Full presentation slides
Video recording of the meeting
Meeting Summary (coming soon)

To view project exhibits, see the links below:

  1. Fremont Blvd. “Main Street” (showing Peralta Blvd. to Parish Ave.) – Long-term Improvements (vignette)
  2. Fremont Blvd. / Peralta Blvd. Intersection – Long-term Improvements (vignette)
  3. Pilot Project Striping Plan and showing some additional improvements 

The project will feature pop-up patios at a few locations.  To find out more about the City’s Pop-Up Patio Program, please


Next Steps

  • Pilot Project –Expected to start Fall 2020With online survey for community feedback
          -Summary of community feedback and data collection posted to project website –Spring 2021
  • Final Design and Approval –Spring/Summer 2021

Frequently Asked Questions

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The Centerville Complete Streets project will improve segments of Fremont Boulevard (Alder to Eggers), Thornton Avenue and Peralta Boulevard.

The project site is located in the heart of the Centerville commercial district and within close proximity to numerous schools, businesses, AC Transit bus lines, and the Centerville Altamont Corridor Express (ACE)/Amtrak train station. Many of the area roadways are in poor condition and were developed to old state highway standards (former State Route 84) focused on vehicle traffic with wide lanes and intersections. There are gaps in the sidewalk and bicycle lanes, and an overall lack of improvements for bicycles and pedestrians. The recent relinquishment of SR 84 allows the City to have local control over this street right-of-way to repave the streets and implement “complete streets” improvements to enhance safety and mobility for all users, including drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, school children, and businesses


Community Engagement

As part of the project, the City is conducting an extensive community engagement process to hear from stakeholders, including residents, schools, businesses, transit providers, and pedestrian and bicycle groups, on the project’s design. The community will be engaged throughout the project, including three community meeting.This website will be updated with upcoming community meeting dates and materials. Tentative dates for the community engagement events are outlined below.

If you would like to receive updates on this project, please sign up for our Centerville Complete Streets Email List 

Stakeholder Interview Summaries- October 2019

Community Meeting #1: Identify & Prioritize Key Issues – December 9, 2019

Virtual Community Meeting #2:Review Design Alternatives- April 22, 2020

On April 22, 2020, the City of Fremont held a public virtual community meeting to present and seek input on the Centerville Complete Streets project's design alternatives. An online survey to provide comments on the design alternatives was made available to the public and closed on April 30, 2020. 

The website describing the project's design alternatives can still be accessed at: The next step in the project is to develop a preferred design alternative. Materials from the meeting can be accessed below:

Future Meetings 

Stakeholder Meeting
- May 2020
Community Meeting #3: Identify Preferred Alternative- June 2020




The Centerville Complete Streets project is funded through a grant administered by the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC), utilizing federal and local funding. 

Contact Information

For more information, please contact:
Jeanne Suyeishi, Senior Civil Engineer
ph: 510-494-4728