Figure 1: Fremont, CA and Area 2018 Population Data, Figure 3: Fremont, CA Population Change 2010 to 2018, Figure 4: Fremont, CA 2010 to 2018 Population Percent Change, Figure 7: Median Age by Gender in Fremont, CA, Figure 8: Fremont, CA and Area Age by Generation, Figure 9: Fremont, CA and Area Ethnicity Makeup, Figure 10: Fremont, CA Hispanic Population, Figure 14: Fremont, CA Average Family Size in Household, Figure 15: Families as % of All Households, Figure 16: Husband and Wife Families as Percent of All Families, Figure 18: Fremont, CA Birth Rate (Last 12 months), Figure 20: Fremont, CA Teenager Birth Rate, Figure 21: Fremont, CA Unwed Mothers as % of All Births, Figure 22: Fremont, CA Unwed and On Public Assitance, Figure 24: Fremont, CA Unwed Mother Births By Age Group, Figure 25: Fremont, CA Unwed Mother Birth Rate By Race, Figure 26: Fremont, CA Unwed Mother Births By Poverty Level, Figure 27: Unwed Births and Education Level, Figure 30: Fremont, CA Single People Broken Down By Reason, Figure 31: Fremont, CA Single Men in Area, Figure 32: Fremont, CA Single Women in Area, Figure 35: Fremont, CA Citizenship Status, Figure 36: Citizen Place of Birth for Fremont, CA, Figure 37: Fremont, CA Percent of Population Foreign Born, Figure 39: Fremont, CA Non Citizen Age Breakout, Figure 41: % Non Citizen Year of Entry into USA, Figure 43: Fremont, CA Foreign Born People are From What Region, Figure 44: Fremont, CA Foreign-Born World Region of Birth, Figure 45: Fremont, CA Foreign-Born Sub-Region of Birth, Figure 46: Foreign-Born Country of People Living in Fremont, CA, Figure 47: Foreign-Born Country for all people in the United States. The City of Fremont in partnership with Alameda County worked to ensure that our community fully counted. Washington Township Museum of Local History is a historical museum located in Fremont focusing on education, archival research and preservation of the historical resources of Washington Township (southwest part of Alameda County). The town is physically divided from other parts of Fremont and neighboring Union City by Mission Boulevard (State Route 238) to the east and north, Alameda Creek to the south, Union Pacific Railroad to the west and southeast, and the Quarry Lakes to the southwest. [22] These firms included fifteen of the top one hundred fastest-growing public companies in the San Francisco Bay Area and eighteen of the top fifty companies in the East Bay. [76] The district operates the Mission Valley Regional Occupational Program jointly with Newark and New Haven Unified School Districts. Six of the seats will require residence inside a district, while the seat held by the mayor will remain at large. The 2020 Census count has concluded. The Fremont Park Golf Course is northeast of the park, and the Aqua Adventure water park and group picnic areas is southwest of the park. This included many Centerville farming families. Most of the early housing stood along Fremont Blvd from Decoto Road south to Washington High school, along Thornton Ave from Fremont Blvd west to the Newark city border, and along Peralta Blvd from Fremont Blvd to Niles. South Fremont is a primarily industrial district, east of Interstate 880 and west of Interstate 680, south of Auto Mall Parkway and north of Brown Rd. (For more information, see. The lake was dedicated in 1969 to Fremont's former sister city: Elizabeth, South Australia. It shows silent films weekly. For city planning purposes, Centerville was enlarged to encompass most of the north central residential section of Fremont, from Mowry Ave to Decoto Rd, from I-880 to the BART line. In the 1980s, the plant became a joint venture automotive assembly plant of Toyota and General Motors, and was renamed NUMMI. Alameda County Library has other branch libraries in Centerville, Irvington and Niles. The five-member board of directors (which included James Meyer and James Reeder) was set up to oversee a full range of services, from police and fire protection to street maintenance (which later became the purview of the city government).[21]. Spanish, Mexican, Italian, Portuguese and Swiss (Swiss Park), peoples were among the early settlers that contributed greatly to the growth Centerville. 7,103 (3.3%) African American, Later, when the railroad came through the area, the published train schedule pamphlets erroneously listed the Irving train depot as "Irvington." Few or no Latinos were elected to the council during 1956–2017. Fremont was incorporated in 1956 under the leadership of Wally Pond, chair of the incorporation committee, when five towns in the area, Irvington, Centerville, Mission San José, Niles, and Warm Springs, came together to form a city.