Will the City of Fremont be limiting development because of the lack of water?
The City recently updated its General Plan, which provides a framework for growth and development for the next 20 years. As part of the Plan update, one of the factors analyzed was the availability of water. Based on the analysis, water supplies were determined to be sufficient to allow for the growth envisioned in the General Plan. While this year has been exceptionally dry, the City is still using the General Plan as its basis for evaluating new development. That being said, the City of Fremont recognizes the current severity of the drought and is working to reduce water consumption in its operations where appropriate.General Plan

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1. How have Fremont's sustainability efforts grown over the years?
2. How many businesses in Fremont are “green” certified and how do I find them?
3. Are there plans to provide public electric vehicle charging stations in Fremont?
4. Will the City of Fremont be limiting development because of the lack of water?