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Creating a legacy for tomorrow by cherishing our past and
connecting with our present

The Story of Our Logo

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The Design

Twelve designs were presented for consideration at the January 6th general planning meeting held at Fremont’s Main Library. The 100 people in attendance were asked to vote on them. The logo finally selected was the clear favorite. Suggestions made on the ballots were taken into consideration and were incorporated into the finished design.

The main elements of the mark incorporate Fremont’s geographic landmarks, Lake Elizabeth in Central Park and Mission Peak, visible from around the Bay. The five stars signify the five original townships that form Fremont – Centerville, Niles, Irvington, Mission San Jose and Warm Springs. The sunrays above the Peak signify the dawning of a new day, a new era for Fremont. All are captured in a stylized Mission-arch with the theme for the 50th anniversary wrapped around the top. 

The Designer

Doug Tinney has been a resident of Fremont for 33 years and a graphic designer for almost as long. He is a graduate of California College of The Arts in Oakland and has designed branding programs and marketing collateral for Silicon Valley high-tech firms, small Fremont businesses and individuals. He runs his own freelance design business, Doug Tinney Designs, out of his home, which sits close by both Lake Elizabeth and Mission Peak. 

Above, Doug unveils the new logo at the January 31, 2005 Community Meeting.


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