Should Become Involved?
How to become involved:
Ask a group of people (friends, relatives, classmates) if they would like to perform community service to keep Fremont green. Plan a few different days that you can get together. Contact the Math/Science Nucleus and schedule a day, time and an area. Then show up for that day. Tools and other items needed to pick up trash will be provided to make the day run smoothly.
Responsible volunteers are needed who will go out and thoroughly complete the restoration or activity that is planned by the Math/Science Nucleus. Minimum of 10 volunteers required for each event. Other areas within Fremont may be considered.
Areas available for projects
The area between Palm Ave and Driscoll Road behind Hopkins Junior
High, Mission High, and Chadboune Elementary will be restored by
changing the water flow.
Nature area near Paseo Padre and Grimmer across from Central Parkís
swim lagoon. This is a view of a native wetland habitat.
The area off of Pine St. to 680 in an open space designated area.
The area along Grimmer Blvd. from Lake Elizabeth South to Laguna
Area from Cushing Parkway next to Lam Research all the way to the
bay. It is effected by daily tidal action which brings in garbage from
the bay and lets garbage from Fremont out into the bay.
Lake Elizabeth south toward Irvington District along Fremont Blvd. to
San Francisco Bay.
Area east fo the Fremont Bart
Station. Three ponds help to naturally clean storm water that
feeds into Tyson's lagoon