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, 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.
Fremont is not without our challenges
We face gridlocked traffic and high housing costs – and while we’ve taken steps to tackle these challenges and seize new possibilities as a community, there is much more we must do. In fact, there is much more I plan to do to keep Fremont a great place for all of us.
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.
Councilmember Bonaccorsi Referral on 2nd Story Design Guidelines, and potential Moratorium on Tuesday's Agenda
Councilmember Bonaccorsi has submitted a referral seeking staff evaluation and recommendation on neighborhood preservation actions. Read the complete referral and get more information about the meeting agenda
Councilmember Bonaccorsi's Cloverleaf Bowl Referral Unanimously Adopted By Council
On Tuesday, July 10th, at Councilmember Bonaccorsi's referral, the City Council was asked to initiate proceedings to consider adding Cloverleaf Bowl to Fremont’s historic register. Read details and view the Council meeting.
Councilmember Bonaccorsi Refuses Developer Contributions
June 21, 2018, Fremont, CA: Today, community leader and City Councilmember David Bonaccorsi has taken a pledge not to accept campaign contributions from developers. Bonaccorsi has always made independent decisions for the good of all of Fremont.
“It is important to Fremont residents that we focus this campaign on the issues. Fremont needs Councilmembers—who are independent from each other—working collaboratively to find real solutions to the critical transportation, housing and public safety issues that impact each and every one of us on a daily basis,” said Councilmember Bonaccorsi, a lifelong District 3 resident who is seeking election this November. Read the complete press release
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
Election process changes ahead
Beginning in November 2018, Fremont will have six new districts defining future City Council elections. Under this new system, voters elect City Council members only from their own district.The Mayor will continue to be elected at-large by all city voters.
Please join me on the campaign trail!
There are many ways you can help, and I respectfully ask for your participation in any of the following ways, all of which contribute to making this possible:
- Providing a personal endorsement
- Providing financial support
- Volunteering to walk neighborhoods and talk to our neighbors
- Hosting a house party
- Delivering and/or displaying lawn signs
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.
Fremont Stands United Against Hate
Please join me in taking a stand against hate in our community. You can show your support by displaying a sign at your home or business. Feel free to stop by my office to pick up a sign (3900 Newpark Mall Rd., Third Floor). Together, we can make Fremont a supportive and welcoming community for all!