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Community members within the Kimber Park neighborhood will most definitely be impacted by any residential development on the property. However, many community members who live outside of Kimber Park will also be affected.

Many come here to walk, enjoy the wildlife, and magnificent trees. The area is teeming with animals and on any given day one can see turkeys, hawks, stellar jays, deer, and a number of other bird species, even the protected White-Tailed Kite. This destination is a spot that all Fremont residents should be able to view and enjoy. The open space is a virtual oasis from the stressful outside always-plugged in world.

Outside community: There are people from all over the Bay Area (Dublin, Hayward, Livermore, Milpitas, Newark, Orinda, Pleasanton, Union City, San Leandro, San Jose, Sunol, and Pleasanton…just to name a few a few) that come to the property. Whether here for recreation or other reasons this property has benefitted many and should be preserved.

If this unique and valuable open space were lost it can never be recaptured. We are asking any local our outside community member to help us protect the open space. As a community, we need to stand together, united to forever preserve the open space for future generations.

Please go to the “Want to help” tab to find out what you can specifically do to help us today.

Thank you for your support!