City of Fremont - The Fremont Green Challenge is the City of Fremont’s greenhouse gas reduction and climate action engagement initiative. The FremontGreenChallenge.org website offers Fremont residents the information they need to get started on saving resources and money, all while reducing their impact on climate change. Sign up at FremontGreenChallenge.org to help make Fremont a clean, vibrant, and healthy community for generations to come!
East Bay Community Energy - East Bay Community Energy, also known as EBCE, is the new local electricity supplier in Alameda County. EBCE will provide cleaner, greener energy at competitive rates to our customers. EBCE will reinvest earnings back into the community to create local green energy jobs, local programs, and clean power projects. In Alameda County, they know powerful and lasting change comes from the ground up. That’s why the County and 11 of its cities have come together to create a cleaner, greener energy supply for our communities. EBCE member cities include Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Oakland, Piedmont, San Leandro, and Union City.
Our Lady of Guadalupe - For 52 years, they have provided the Fremont community with quality, private education in the Dominican tradition. They offer small class sizes for preschool through 8th and are accredited by WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) and WCEA (Western Catholic Education Association). Currently, 244 total students make up an average class size of 25 per classroom. Their kindergarten is a full-day program and their pre-kindergarten program was started in 2015. They are currently accepting students in all our classes. Class sizes are limited so apply now or if you would like to schedule a private tour of the school, please contact them today!
Does your business want to participate? Fremont Chamber of Commerce members may exhibit at Fremont Street Eats. Contact KK at (510) 795-2244, ext. 103.
Fremont Street Eats is produced by the Food Truck Mafia and the Fremont Chamber of Commerce. For more information, visit fremontstreeteats.com.