Trails Strategy Plan

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We Want To Hear From You!

We are inviting the Fremont community to provide input about what they want to see in the Trails Strategy Plan through an online survey using the City’s Open City Hall. In addition to the survey, there is an interactive map available to provide feedback on City's existing trails. The interactive map allows people to drop pins and draw lines at current trail locations or potential trail corridors to indicate where they would like to see connections, improvements or identify issues.  


To take the survey and provide comments in the interactive map please click the following link:

https://stories.opengov.com/fremontca/published/xXwpg7jni


Project Background


The City of Fremont has begun the process of developing a Trail Strategy Plan. The City’s Pedestrian Master Plan (2016) and Bicycle Master Plan (2018) recommended the development of a Trail Strategy Plan as a priority action item and Fremont is excited to get started!
The vision of the City of Fremont is to encourage the use of trails and pathways as safe, convenient, healthy, environmentally friendly, and congestion-reducing transportation options that are accessible to all Fremont’s residents, visitors and tourists. The Trail Strategy Plan will guide the City toward that vision.  The Trail Strategy Plan will identify opportunities to upgrade existing trail corridors and expand the city’s trail network; prioritize trail improvement projects; and develop design standards and a funding and implementation plan.  The Trail Strategy Plan will be coordinated with the update of the Citywide Parks Master Plan

Project Schedule



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Get Involved- Trails Strategy Survey and Interactive Map Open for Comments 


The community is invited to provide input about what they want to see in the Trail Strategy Plan through an online survey using the City’s Open City Hall tool.  In addition to the survey there is an interactive map to provide feedback on City Trails. The interactive map allows people to drop pins and draw lines at existing trail locations or potential trail corridors to indicate where they would like to see connections,  improvements, or identify issues.  To take the survey and provide comments in the interactive map please click the following link.

 

https://stories.opengov.com/fremontca/published/xXwpg7jni


Contact Information


If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact:
Rene Dalton
RDalton@fremont.gov