Related Park Planning Projects

Thumbnail, Historical Barn shown in environmental impact report
Thumbnail, Land Acquisitions, raw, undeveloped land

Park Land Expansion

Recent Park Land Dedications and Transfers

  • Paseo Padre Parkway and Stevenson Blvd., 1.75 acres was dedicated as parkland
  • Centerville Community Park, 4.6 acres was dedicated as joint-use parkland with Fremont Unified School District

10-Minute Walk Campaign

The 10-Min Walk Plan is a mission established by The Trust for Public Land in conjunction with public agencies to improve public access to parks, trails, and green spaces.

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Photo by Ambarish Goswani



Joint Use Parks with Fremont Unified School District

Joint-use parks and facilities provide recreational use for students when school is in session and the public when school is not in session. These joint-use parks are maintained by the Park Maintenance Services and provide opportunities to expand school break programs and camps that are hosted by Recreation Services.

  • Deep Creek Neighborhood Park/Ardenwood Elementary, Ardenwood
  • Frank Fisher Neighborhood Park/Forest Park Elementary, Ardenwood
  • Lila Bringhurst Community Park/Lila Bringhurst Elementary, Warm Springs Innovation District
  • Mission San Jose Community Park (Tennis Courts) /Mission San Jose High School, Mission San Jose

East Bay Regional Park District Facilities

The City of Fremont is home to several parklands and trails within the East Bay Regional Park District that the district manages, maintains, and preserves.

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Mission Creek Trail - Palm Avenue to Mission Boulevard

Construction of a trail along Mission Creek between Palm Avenue and Mission Boulevard was identified in the General Plan and the 2016 Pedestrian Master Plan as an important trail gap closure to supplement the City of Fremont’s bicycle and pedestrian system.  Completion of this path would enhance access to Central Park for the Mission San Jose community.  It would also complete the link between Central Park, Gomes Park, Mission San Jose Park and Mission San Jose High School.