Beginning in November 2018, Fremont will have six new districts defining City Council representation. 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.
Wondering which district you live in? Check out this District Locator Tool, an interactive map providing district information based on your address.
Four districts will hold elections in November 2018, and with the exception of District 1, will be for a 4-year term:
- District 1 has no Councilmember currently on the City Council and will be for a 2-year term.
- District 2 where the current Councilmember is Rick Jones.
- District 3 where the current Councilmember is David Bonaccorsi.
- District 4 has no Councilmember currently on the City Council.
Three districts will hold elections in November 2020 for a 4-year term:
- District 1 will be up for election again.
- District 5 where the current Councilmember is Raj Salwan.
- District 6 has no Councilmember currently on the City Council.
After the 2020 election cycle, 3 districts will hold elections every other year.
When the Mayor's four-year term expires in 2020, it will be filled by an at-large election of all city voters.
Councilmember Vinnie Bacon will remain an at-large councilmember until his term expires in November 2020.
David represents District 3, which is the yellow area in the map below. Use the District Locator Tool to confirm whether David is your City Council representative.