Fremont, California was formed by combining five diverse communities into one city that now hosts a population of over 200,000 people. Being a suburb of San Francisco, this city caters its housing to a population of innovators and free thinkers. In the southern portion of the city by Auto Mall Parkway, there are multiple communities that offer larger single-family homes with scenic green yards. The city also provides many hip condos that are perfect for the small family or someone seeking a vivacious housing community.
Being just outside of downtown San Francisco, Fremont has easy access to the diverse culture and excitement of the city while being outside of the busy city. The Bay Area Rapid Transit system has a convenient stop at Fremont that makes commuting through the area a breeze. Fremont is committed to keeping itself clean and well maintained. Currently, the city is investing, developing, and improving South Fremont. These improvements included a commitment by the developers to donate land for the elementary school and help with the construction costs. The area has a strong commitment to education for all, with five high schools and schools for the blind and deaf.
Fremont contains many districts that contain many amazing cultural and art communities. The Niles District maintains a distinct, small town feel and is known for its Art Walk, and antique fair. At the Mission San Jose District, a community surrounds the restored San Jose Mission. Recreation is easy to find and diverse. For those that love the ocean, Fremont borders on its west end the San Francisco Bay. There are many hiking trails that lead to beautiful vistas that which can be seen from Mission Peak. Dotted throughout the city are many recreational parks. Fremont Central Park is one of the largest of these recreational parks and is 450 acres in the Central district of Fremont. Lake Elizabeth is contained within this park and offers breathtaking views with easily accessible picnicking, sports, and walking areas. For the thrill seeker, The Aqua Adventure is a water park in Fremont that has large forty-foot water slides. It is understandable that this diverse city has been home to many innovators and artists including MC Hammer, Steve Lewis, and the father of Intel Pentium, Vinod Dham. If you do not like extreme temperatures, Fremont is perfect for you, its average yearly low temperature is 42 degrees and its average yearly high temperature is 79 degrees. Fremont is a beautiful, diverse city with ample arts and culture.