The 5,000 seat Tak Fudenna Stadium serves all five high schools as a venue for football, track, soccer and high school graduation ceremonies. There were 2,779 (3.9%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 444 (0.6%) same-sex married couples or partnerships. Part of the plant was acquired in June 2010 by Tesla Motors as its primary production plant, known as the Tesla Factory. 136,606 people (63.8% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 75,832 people (35.4%) lived in rental housing units. Fremont Central Park has 450-acre (1.8 km2) on Paseo Padre Parkway between Grimmer Road and Stevenson Boulevard, easily accessible from I-880 and I-680. The railroad company notified the town that it was too costly for them to replace the train schedule pamphlets (over $100,000); and in 1887 following the recommendation, the people of Irving changed the town name to Irvington. Centerville is located at 37°33′15″N 121°59′57″W / 37.55417°N 121.99917°W / 37.55417; -121.99917. [22] Approximately 750 high tech companies had offices, headquarters or production facilities in Fremont by 1999. Meyhew. The community, once called Vallejo Mills, got its name from the Central Pacific Railroad's Niles depot, built in 1870 as part of the First transcontinental railroad and named after their railroad attorney and stockholder Addison Niles, who became associate justice on the California Supreme Court two years later. [39] In early times, there was a settlement called Harrisburgh (also, Harrisburg and Peacock's) a short distance east from the small settlement of Warm Springs. The Freitas Ranch on Thornton Ave was probably the largest of the working farms. [40][41][42][43] This controversy led to the eventual closing of the business. The Fremont Unified School District has five high schools for grades 9–12: American, Irvington, Kennedy, Mission San Jose and Washington. The average household size was 2.99. [39] The name Peacock's commemorated George W. Peacock, its first postmaster. Mission San Jose district lies close to the northern two peaks, Mission Peak and Mount Allison. [76] The district operates the Mission Valley Regional Occupational Program jointly with Newark and New Haven Unified School Districts. State of Homelessness in the City The Fremont Homeless Census and Survey Report 201 9 Summary Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. It also has two junior high schools, Centerville Junior High School and Thornton Junior High School, which now stands on the old main site of the Freitas ranch. One side of the original mission quadrangle remains and houses a museum. Caltrain is undertaking environmental and engineering review for a planned Dumbarton Rail Corridor between the Peninsula and Alameda County. These peaks go from 2,517 to 2,604 ft (794 m), taller than Mount Tamalpais, a great height for the San Francisco Bay Area. The first Fremont post office opened in 1956. 29 elementary schools, including Glenmoor Elementary.(K-6). 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. A Grand Jury in 2015 found that the city government did not comply with state law on public records,[65] by deleting most emails after 30 days instead of the required two years. [70][73], According to the California Secretary of State, as of February 10, 2019, Fremont has 104,650 registered voters. 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. The Warm Springs district is the southernmost portion of Fremont whose hub is the Warm Springs and Mission Boulevard intersection. Bus service is provided by AC Transit locally. The mayor chairs the city council, which has four elected council members in addition to the mayor. [20] Glenmoor Gardens, the largest subdivision in Fremont, was under construction in the area, by developers Ralph E. Cotter, Jr., James R. Meyer, civil engineer Fred T. Duvall, and contractors James L. Reeder, and Robert H. Reeder. The garden was filled with flowering bulbs in the spring and roses after the spring show. "Irving, California" redirects here. QuickFacts provides statistics for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with a population of 5,000 or more. [72] Some claimed that the results of precinct voting may have been polarized along racial lines. The Irvington District area has cycled through many name changes over time. The Oakland Athletics talked about moving their stadium to this area. Fremont and Berkeley drive tech scene growth", "Jill M. Singleton. [84] The 2010 United States Census[50] reported that Fremont had a population of 214,089. The controversial effort to secede was dropped later that year. [32] A post office was opened at Niles in 1873.[32]. The central district is surrounded by the Centerville, Niles, Mission San Jose, and Irvington communities. The headquarters and visitor center of the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is located in Fremont in the Baylands District, on Marshlands Rd off Thornton Ave. From there, the visitor can access trails winding through the Refuge. Spanish, Mexican, Italian, Portuguese and Swiss (Swiss Park), peoples were among the early settlers that contributed greatly to the growth Centerville. With a 2020 population of 239,525, it is the 16th largest city in California and the 96th largest city in the United States. Fremont city-CA California Population Charts According to the most recent demographics data available from the Census Bureau released in December of 2019, Figure 1 Fremont city-CA shows it has 233,083 population which is the 2nd most of all the places in the area . The hills of Niles are lower than those of the area south of the Alameda Creek in Mission San Jose. It has the Maurice Marks Center for Local and California History, and the Fukaya public meeting room. Of those, 46,840 (44.8%) are registered Democrats, 13,989 (13.4%) are registered Republicans, and 40,161 (38.4%) have declined to state a political party.[74]. The homeowner vacancy rate was 1.3%; the rental vacancy rate was 4.5%. Scenic Niles Canyon stretches between Niles and Sunol. The city council has adopted a balanced budget by July 1 of each year. It is sandwiched between the Irvington and Warm Springs community plan areas. Realizing a financial opportunity, he constructed the first building at the cross roads, a tavern with an inn known as Dave's Saloon. Warm Springs also serves as commercial center for the mainly residential Mission San Jose district, especially since the construction of Pacific Commons, a large, modern regional shopping center. [71][70], The districting was forced by the threat of a legal action from a group claiming that Latino minorities comprising 14 percent of the population had not been adequately represented. Fremont California Population 2020 2019, Fremont California Population 2019, Fremont California Population 2020, Fremont California Demographics 2020 2019, Fremont California Statistics 2020 2019 Nestled at the base of Fremont's rolling hills is the Mission San José, one of the oldest of the historic Spanish missions in California, for which this district is named. Toyota and NUMMI shut down its operations in early 2010. Housing units, July 1, 2019, (V2019) X: Owner-occupied housing unit rate, 2014-2018: 52.3%: Median value of owner-occupied housing units, 2014-2018 Males have a median household income of $59,274 versus $40,625 for females. 1,169 (0.5%) Pacific Islander, BoxART! Mission San Jose has the highest concentration of Asian Americans in Fremont – over 50% of the population as of the 2000 census. It is located at 37°29′14″N 121°55′45″W / 37.48722°N 121.92917°W / 37.48722; -121.92917, and lies at an elevation of 62 feet (19 m). Regional Summaries Volume I Volume II Volume III. [citation needed], Early Centerville was a quiet farming community, which consisted of large Spanish land grants divided into smaller farms. Based on California Department of Finance January 2019 population data for Fremont, Newark, Union City, and Scotts Valley, and July 2019 population data for Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, and estimated using the most recent growth rates available. [27] The post office opened Centreville post office in 1855 and changed the spelling to Centerville in 1893. Centerville was started by George Lloyd who started selling cold beer to stage passengers from a tent in 1850. [53] This is noted in Khaled Hosseini's 2003 novel Kite Runner. Located in the south of the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, Fremont has a growing population of around 240,000. The City of Fremont directly provides services related to public safety, land use regulation, infrastructure maintenance, parks and recreation, and local social services.