In case you haven’t heard, Fremont has been making plenty of noise in the news lately. From The Argus/San Jose Mercury News to CNET and The Washington Post to a radio broadcast on KQED/NPR — the City has been the focus of a lot of positive attention. And we’re not surprised.

With the approval of the Warm Springs Community Plan, the first stages of construction for the new Downtown, and the new BART Station in South Fremont, there has been considerable information to share with the greater Silicon Valley community and beyond. I am proud that Fremont is getting recognized for all the work we’re doing to increase the economic vibrancy and long-term sustainability of our city.

As we keep moving forward, look out for continued blog commentary about these developments and other projects. If you’d like to hear more about what the press has been saying about Fremont, you can catch our latest media hits below:


When a factory leaves town: in the shadow of Silicon Valley, a city reels from job losses


Fremont’s Search for a Downtown – and for Stronger Link to Silicon Valley


Vexed in the city: Silicon Valley’s invasion of San Francisco

Fremont’s Warm Springs Industrial Area Blossoming Into Vibrant Community


Fremont moves to create new downtown’s ‘Main Street’

Fremont plans retail, housing near City Hall

Fremont’s Innovation Center coming into view, as Warm Springs BART station on track for late 2015


Fremont approves new ‘innovation district’ plan around BART station, Tesla Motors

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