I am proud to call Fremont my home and care deeply about our future
As your City Councilmember my priorities include combating traffic, preserving neighborhood integrity, enhancing public safety, and fostering greater collaboration between our city and our schools.
We are all in this together: I pledge to remain focused on delivering results and moving Fremont forward by listening carefully and conscientiously to all views and finding common ground.
When I first addressed the Council as a Councilmember, I said that being appointed was the greatest joy of my professional life. That remains true to this day: it is my great honor and privilege to serve you on Fremont’s City Council.
Closing Remarks at my last Council Meeting 12/11/18
Fremont is my hometown. I will always be a cheerleader for all things Fremont. I will continue to find ways to serve our community. And yes with a nod to our Districts, “my” District 3 has the emergence of our Downtown on the Rise, City Hall, the Town Fair, Trader Joes, Whole Foods, the Shinn House, many great restaurants, and the home of the Fremont Street Eats and Festival of the Arts. Even though I will no longer have the honor of serving as your Councilmember, for me, District 3 remains the place to be!
Please read what I have termed as comments I delivered that were valedictory in nature at the City Council meeting - looking back at the 14 years of my service to the City so far, yet filled with continued optimism for Fremont’s future.
A lifelong Fremont resident who attended our public schools, I choose to raise my family here. Walking door-to-door, from 28 Palms to Parkmont, we have discussed our shared hopes, and community concerns.
Fremont is not without our challenges, and while we’ve taken steps to tackle these challenges and seize new possibilities as a community, there is much more we must do.
Please join me in taking a stand against hate in our community. Together, we can make Fremont a supportive and welcoming community for all!
Join me on the campaign trail
I am grateful and thankful for your friendship over the years and look forward to you joining me on the campaign trail. With your support, we can win this election.
Latest Blog Posts
Where in Fremont is David Bonaccorsi?
I consider it a privilege to attend the many community-focused events, meet the people who make Fremont what it is, and learn more about what engages and excites us. Follow my adventures around Fremont on the Community page
Look for the #Bonabag!
We're excited to share this stylish, multi-purpose bag featuring District 3. Learn how you can get your own Bonaccorsi for City Council #Bonabag, and spot one to win a meeting with David as his guest - for a treat at a District 3 venue!
Gus Morrison and Bob Wieckowski Endorse David
Listen to former Fremont Mayor Gus Morrison, and current State Senator Bob Wieckowski talk about why they support and endorse David Bonaccorsi for Fremont City Council, District 3