The Mission Peak Parking Permit Program is currently in place until July 7, 2023.
Beginning, October 1, 2016, residents living in the Mission Peak Parking Permit area are required to display a parking permit on vehicles during the restricted program hours. All permits, including resident permits, guest permits, and 72-Hour Temporary Permits are obtained through the Citation Processing Center. The Fremont Police Department does not process or issue any parking permits.
If you have trouble accessing the online processing center, please call 1-800-989-2058.
Map of Mission Peak Parking Permit Restricted Area
Parking Permit Information for Mission Peak Residents
Residents can obtain one permit for each vehicle registered to their address. The permit can only be used on the vehicle for which it is registered and is not transferable. Should a resident purchase a new vehicle during the term of the program, a new permit will be required. The permits are stickers that must be affixed to the lower corner (driver's side) on the inside of the rear windshield. Proof of registration and residency is required for each vehicle. Begin the registration process to obtain a permit.
When you login, click on your address from the drop down menu. You will be asked to prove your residency at the chosen address either through an on-line DMV verification, a recent utility bill, or a current rental agreement. Once you register for the program, it will take approximately 24 hours for the City of Fremont to conduct a residency check. Wait 24 hours and then re-login to obtain your permits.
Residents are eligible to obtain two guest permits per household. These permits will be used for guests of the resident and must be hung on the rear view mirror of your guest's vehicle.
Residents living in the designated Mission Peak Parking Permit program area may obtain 72-hour temporary permits, up to 30 days in advance of the date for which they are needed. There is no charge for these permits.
The Mission Peak Parking Permit Program has been extended to July 7, 2023.
Parking Availability and Restriction
Permit Required When Parking in Mission Peak Parking Permit Zone:
- Saturday at 12:01 a.m. through Sunday at 11:59 p.m.
- National holidays, including dates of observance
A valid permit is required for parking during these times. Permit parking is allowed on non-holiday weekdays. In short, you must display a valid parking permit on all Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays (including dates of observance).
Parking Availability for General Public
No parking permit required in the following area:
- Stanford Ave staging area entrance - 40 spaces
- Antelope and Vineyard Avenue - 150 spaces
- Ohlone College (map)- 900 spaces (a parking fee may be imposed)
We encourage park visitors to carpool, use public transportation and/or ride-sharing services, ride their bikes, or use the designated staging area at Ohlone College.
The City of Fremont and East Bay Regional Park District has entered into a joint agreement to monitor and enforce violations of the Fremont Municipal Code. The civil penalty for a first time offense is $63.
- Learn more about the Mission Peak Regional Preserve
- May 17, 2016 Fremont City Council Public Hearing Agenda (Initial adoption of program)
- June 2, 2020: Fremont City Council Public Hearing Agenda (Extension of program to July 7, 2023)
- Fremont Municipal Code 10.05.860 for establishment of Mission Hills Parking Permit Program
- Fremont Municipal Code 10.05.970 for current program expiration date of the Mission Hills Parking Permit Program
In an effort to reduce the impact of vehicular traffic in the neighborhoods surrounding Mission Peak Regional Preserve, the Fremont City Council approved Fremont Municipal Code Section 10.05.860 on May, 17, 2016, to establish a temporary parking permit program for residents within the geographical area identified as the Mission Peak Neighborhood.
Beginning October 1, 2016, vehicles without a residential parking permit will be restricted from parking in the residential areas posted "No Parking without Permit," at the base of Mission Peak on weekends and major holidays. Only residents, with proof or residency, living in the area will be eligible to obtain permits. Initially, the parking permit program is scheduled to expire in July of 2020. On the June 2, 2020 City Council Meeting, the program received approval to be extended to July 7, 2023.