March 13, 2018 > Fremont News Briefs
Fremont News Briefs
Submitted By Cheryl Golden
Traffic Safety Presentation
The Fremont Police Department is hosting its first Crime Free Lifestyles presentation. During this presentation, community members will have the opportunity to meet Traffic Motor Officers and discuss traffic safety in your community. There are two sessions planned on Monday, March 26 at the Fremont Main Library, located at 2400 Stevenson Blvd. One session will be from 6:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. and the second session will be from 7:30 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. This presentation is free and appropriate for all ages.
To register, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/traffic-safety-tickets-43420763673. For questions contact Public Affairs Specialist Monica Leon at email@example.com or 510-790-6689.
Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground in Fremont
Earlier this month, the City of Fremont celebrated the groundbreaking for Stevenson Terrace, a new affordable housing project built in partnership with MidPen Housing. Stevenson Terrace, located on a 2.3-acre site at Stevenson Boulevard and Stevenson Place, will include 80 affordable housing units for limited income families in Fremont. The project is estimated to be complete in 2019.
If you are interested in receiving application information when the units become available, please sign up for the CityÕs Affordable Housing Interest List at www.Fremont.gov/AffordableHousingInterest. To view the income requirements for affordable housing in Fremont, visit the City's Area Median Income Housing webpage at www.Fremont.gov/AreaMedianIncome.
FremontÕs Online Tools for Local Business Prospects
The City of Fremont wants to make it easy for businesses to get their start in Fremont. ThatÕs why the City offers two online tools, OpenCounter and ZoningCheck, designed to help individuals with everything from City of Fremont permit fees to ideal business site locations.
With OpenCounter, users answer a few questions about the business that they are interested in opening, and then the website will provide them with the necessary City requirements and permit fees based on their responses. ZoningCheck provides users the ability to find out where in the city their new business could be located.
If youÕre thinking about opening a business in Fremont, be sure to check out these helpful tools. To get started, visit www.Fremont.gov/OpenCounter.
ÔScaling Up Your BusinessÕ Workshop
Are you ready to scale your business to its full potential? Entrepreneurs are invited to attend a free business workshop to learn how your company can scale successfully. Join us on Tuesday, March 13 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Fremont Main Library, located at 2400 Stevenson Blvd.
Businesses, and the people who manage them, have the power to make an extraordinary impact on the world. When businesses innovate and improve, there is a positive effect on employees, customers, the community, and the economy.
This workshop will introduce you to the Scaling Up framework and a set of leadership practices that will help you develop the purpose, values, and culture that speed growth and success.
The workshop will also cover:
¥ Attracting and keeping the right people
¥ Creating a truly differentiated strategy
¥ Driving flawless execution
¥ Having plenty of cash to weather the storms
Bill Gallagher, business growth advisor and international speaker, will introduce the Scaling Up framework and a set of leadership practices that will help business owners develop the purpose, values, and culture that speed growth and success.
This business workshop is presented by the Alameda County Small Business Development Center and sponsored by the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, Fremont Main Library, and the City of Fremont. To register for this free seminar, visit the Alameda County SBDC website at www.acsbdc.org/center-calendar.