Fremont is Asking Residents for Feedback on Limiting Single-Family Home Additions

The City of Fremont, Fremont Open City Hall, Fremont City Council, San Francisco, Bay Area

The City of Fremont, Fremont Open City Hall, Fremont City Council, San Francisco, Bay Area

The City of Fremont is launching a new topic on Fremont Open City Hall, the City’s online forum for citizen engagement. Fremont is asking for public input on single-family home additions and whether or not the City should consider new limitations on the size and design of these additions.

Community concerns have been expressed that additions to existing smaller homes, in particular two-story additions, are out of scale with existing neighborhoods and may impact the privacy and solar access for existing homes. The Fremont City Council has requested staff to evaluate further limitations on the size and design of single-family home additions.

To help develop options for City Council consideration, the City would like to know what Fremont residents think about this topic. Residents can visit Open City Hall to answer questions and provide feedback. The survey will remain open until Friday, May 26.

To learn more about this topic, please visit our page about Additional Limitations or call 510-494-4527. is launching a new topic on Fremont Open City Hall, the City’s online forum for citizen engagement. Fremont is asking for public input on single-family home additions and whether or not the City should consider new limitations on the size and design of these additions.

Community concerns have been expressed that additions to existing smaller homes, in particular two-story additions, are out of scale with existing neighborhoods and may impact the privacy and solar access for existing homes. The Fremont City Council has requested staff to evaluate further limitations on the size and design of single-family home additions.

To help develop options for City Council consideration, the City would like to know what Fremont residents think about this topic. Residents can visit Open City Hall to answer questions and provide feedback. The survey will remain open until Friday, May 26.

To learn more about this topic, please visit our page about Additional Limitations or call 510-494-4527.

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