The City of Fremont’s Community Development Department recently launched The Development Digest, a monthly e-newsletter delivering the latest news from the department.
Every month, the newsletter will include updates on development projects and information on new services, policies, housing projects, community programs, and more. The August issue includes updates on the Artist Walk Centerville development, which is located on Fremont Boulevard, and the Warm Springs/South Fremont Innovation District. It also includes information about two important sustainability initiatives—the installation of LED lights throughout Fremont and the City’s Sunshares solar discount program.
The City is encouraging residents to subscribe to The Development Digest as a way to stay informed about the latest development projects and the services Community Development provides. Subscribe to future newsletters and view our inaugural issue.
Not familiar with Fremont’s Community Development Department? This department houses four divisions: Building and Safety, Housing, Planning, and Sustainability. The role of the department is to move Fremont toward a sustainable, strategically urban community envisioned in the City’s General Plan. Department activities include providing professional assistance to developers, contractors, businesses, and homeowners; preserving open space; building high-quality strategically urban residential and commercial development; and maintaining and increasing the range of housing alternatives.