Try this on for size. Not only is Fremont the 4th largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area but the 15th largest city in California with a population of 220,000. Not bad considering there are 482 incorporated cities in the Golden State.
Looking for a government that gets things done? Fremont was just ranked no. 2 on the Best Run Cities in America list by 24/7 Wall St.
Over 1,200 high tech, clean tech and life sciences companies call Fremont home – Boston Scientific, Western Digital, Seagate and Lam Research Corporation to name a few.
Venture capitalists flock to Fremont with nearly $700 million funded to local companies in 2011 and 2012 alone.
"Made in Fremont" has a nice ring to it. Manufacturing jobs make up 17.5% of our employment – one of the highest percentages in the nation.
Fremont exudes innovation. How could we not with companies like Tesla, Soraa, Redwood Systems, and Deeya Energy. Need proof?
If we were a mobile service provider, you’d always be connected. Fremont’s central Silicon Valley location has access to highways 880, 680, and SR-84. BART reaches Fremont too, with an existing station in Downtown and a new Warm Springs station to be completed in 2015. BART will connect to Milpitas/San Jose as early as 2016.
Who doesn’t want job stability? Fremont employment opportunities are expected to increase by 48% by 2035. And with a range of affordable housing, Fremont offers professionals and their family a place to settle. The average home asking price in Fremont is over $650,000.