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Posted on: June 27, 2018

City of Fremont Encourages Community to Report Abandoned Shopping Carts

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The City of Fremont would like to remind our community that if you see a stray shopping cart, you can report it. Most large retailers in Fremont subscribe to a private retrieval service to periodically pick up their carts, but these services also accept calls from the public.

To report a stray cart, find the name of the retailer listed on the cart, note the address or approximate location, and visit our website for a list of retailers and phone numbers. If a retailer is not listed, please contact them directly.

The City remains committed to partnering with retailers and the community to reduce the number of abandoned carts throughout Fremont. For more information, contact the City’s Code Enforcement team at 510-494-4430 or by email

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