Changes are coming to parking around Mission Peak Regional Preserve. Beginning October 1, 2016, vehicles without a residential parking permit will be restricted from parking in the residential areas posted “No Parking without Permit” at the base of Mission Peak (Stanford Avenue entrance) on weekends and major holidays.
In an effort to reduce the impact of vehicular traffic in the neighborhoods surrounding Mission Peak Regional Preserve, the Fremont City Council approved Fremont Municipal Code Section 10.05.860 on May 17, 2016, to establish a temporary parking permit program for residents within the geographical area identified as the Mission Peak Neighborhood. View the map.
Restricted parking times for the residential permit parking program will be from Saturday at 12:01 a.m. through Sunday at 11:59 p.m. and on national holidays, including dates of observance. Parking permits are limited to residents living within the designated parking permit area. The temporary permit parking program is scheduled to expire in July of 2020.
The City of Fremont and East Bay Regional Park District have entered into a joint agreement to monitor and enforce violations of the Fremont Municipal Code. The civil penalty for a first time offence is $63.
On weekends and holidays, non-resident hikers can park in the following locations:
- Stanford Avenue staging area entrance - 40 spaces
- Antelope Drive and Vineyard Avenue - 150 spaces
- Ohlone College - 900 spaces
We encourage park visitors to carpool, use public transportation and/or ride-sharing services, ride their bikes, or use the designated staging area at Ohlone College. Learn more information about this program on our website or for specific questions about this program contact Fremont Police Department Public Affairs Manager Geneva Bosques by Email or at 510-790-6957.