Public Participation Mapping Tools
*This process concluded on April 5, 2022 when the Fremont City Council adopted a new Council District Map. This page displays information about different tools the City used to collect feedback from residents and stakeholders.
We need your help to create draft maps for consideration! The City has made mapping tools available to the public to help residents submit their own proposals for district boundaries. All submissions are part of the public record and will be posted in their entirety to the Draft Maps page.
2020 Demographic Report for Current Districts
DistrictR Online Mapping Tool
DistrictR is a simple “paint brush” tool that allows you to “paint” your neighborhood, community of interest, or a map of all 6 council districts. No account or login is required to access the tool. Click here to launch the DistrictR Application.
Printable PDF maps are available below. These maps are also available for pick-up at Fremont City Hall, Fremont Main Library, Centerville Library, Irvington Library, Niles Library, Centerville Community Center, Fremont Community Center, Los Cerritos Community Center, Olive Hyde Art Center, Wally Pond Irvington Community Center, and Warm Springs Community Center.
Use a colored marker to draw district boundaries on the map.
Printable Map w/ Population (English)
Printable Map w/ Population (Spanish)
Printable Map w/ Population (Chinese Traditional)
Printable Map w/ Population (Chinese Simplified)
Alternatively, submit any form of hand-drawn map that identifies street names.
How to Submit Your Maps
You can submit your map electronically, by mail, or in person. It is helpful if you submit written comments with your map describing why you grouped specific neighborhoods or communities together within each district.
City Manager’s Office
3300 Capitol Ave., Building A
Fremont, CA 94538