We value Fremont
The Irvington Business Association places high value on destinations and groups that have worked hard to produce what local Fremontians want and place to visit. Made up of business owners and community members, these organizations work hard to produce many of the events we in the City of Fremont and surrounding cities enjoy.
Some form of the Centerville Business Association has been meeting since 1909. The organization was formalized as a business association in 1983. Centerville Business Association is a not for profit organization dedicated to promoting the economic and social welfare of the Centerville District of the City of Fremont.
Committed to supporting and enhancing a positive business environment, the Fremont Chamber of Commerce is an association of nearly 1,000 businesses who employ over 40,000 people.
The Chamber was organized in 1909. Early projects included establishing a free library, rehabilitating the fire department, securing 20 street lights for the town, sponsoring clean-up days, and working to restore the mission
The Niles Main Street Association is a non-profit, community organization devoted to historic preservation and economic revitalization of the historic commercial and residential Niles district of Fremont, California.
A few of the many sites and "Things to Do" in Fremont
Learn about "Irvingtonian Fossils", the "Boy Paleontologist" Room, "Bones of Vertebrates," and "Environments through Time" exhibits. View the fossils from Irvington and Warm Springs District that provide clues for a changing landscape in the East Bay.
George Washington Patterson came west in 1849 to seek his fortune in the goldfields of California. Instead he "struck gold" in the fertile farm fields of southern Alameda County, and it is still a functioning, working farm.
Broadway West Theatre was founded in 1997 to provide quality theatre in a pleasant, friendly atmosphere for an affordable price. The historic building, Clark's Hall in Fremont, has been the home of Broadway West for over 20 years.
Since 1964, the Fremont Symphony Orchestra has brought live, classical music to the San Francisco Bay Area. Shaped by the nuanced artistry of the premier Guest Conductor Series, FSO delights audiences and enriches the quality of life in the communities it serves.
StarStruck Theatre is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enrich the lives of youth and our community by providing theatre arts education, performance opportunities, and musical productions of uncompromising quality.