Fremont Community members may now report health order violations on the Fremont App. The City of Fremont would like to remind our residents, businesses and visitors that we are facing an unprecedented pandemic. We must follow Alameda County health orders and guidelines to help flatten the curve. This includes wearing face masks in all public settings (with limited exceptions), keeping a 6-ft social distance from others, refraining from large gatherings and unnecessary travels, and practicing frequent hand washing and good hygiene. Businesses must adjust their operations according to any applicable guidelines.
Beginning today, Monday, August 10, 2020, community members may begin reporting health order violations by using the Fremont App. Code Enforcement, Park Rangers and members of the Fremont Police Department will monitor, prioritize and respond to complaints as appropriate. Information about health orders and details on how to download the app are available at our Police Department website.
We ask that community members help do their part to keep our city safe and only dial 9-1-1 during a true or potential emergency.
Use the Fremont App to Report Health Order Violations
- Fremont App is free to download on your smartphone or you can use it in your computer’s browser. (Please note, Fremont App does not support Internet Explorer.)
- Download the App on Apple App Store or Google Play.
How to Get Started with the App
- Download App
- Choose Requests (at the bottom of screen)
- Create Account (optional) or create anonymously. When you create an account you will receive updates regarding your request.
- Choose Location
- Choose Health Order Violations Under Select a Service Request Type
- Choose Business, Parks and Recreation, or Residential under Service Request Type, and provide a brief description.
- Add Photos (optional)
Visit our Police Department website for complete details.