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Fremont, California (U.S)

Alameda County

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[U.S. 26 Fremont Flag-blue] (current use uncertain) image by Rick Wyatt

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No Flag?

Until recently, I lived for almost 30 years in the neighboring communities to the north of Fremont and a year in Fremont itself. Unless it was adopted in the last month, the City of Fremont does not have an official flag. I have asked through the library and city clerk's office and there is no city flag.
Michael P. Smuda, 13 September 2002

Fremont does not have an official city flag of which I am aware. However, in the 1970's they did fly a flag which they both identified and purchased as the "Fremont City Flag", and as such was supplied by both the Paramount Flag Co. and The Weeks, Howe, Emerson Co., both of San Francisco. This was the so-called blue canton Fremont flag. The Paramount Flag Co. made the historical Fremont flag, with the white canton, as well. We always considered them to be two separate flags; one an historical reproduction, the other a municipal flag.
Jim Ferrigan, 13 September 2002

Fremont is a city of over 208,000 people on the southeast side of the San Francisco Bay. Settled by the Spanish with the establishment of  Mission San Jose. Existed as Washington Township since 1853 and incorporated as a City of Fremont in 1956 out of communities of Mission San Jose, Centerville, Niles, Irvington and Warm Springs.
Chris Kretowicz, 13 September 2002

Alternate dubious flag

[flag of City of Fremont, California] image by Chris Kretowicz

This flag, blue over white bicolor, with a city logo made of five rotated blue F's, overwritten by "THE CITY OF FREMONT CALIFORNIA" in a sans-serif font, the word Fremont being larger and red, the other words being white, was reported to us, without a source.

Chris Kretowicz, 13 September 2002