|Duration||Permit Fee||Senior Citizen Fee|
All cats and dogs in Fremont require a license. Permits are for owners that have more animals than allowed with just a license. Permits also cover animals such as bees, small animals, chickens, and other birds.
A pet owner may keep up to two dogs, or four cats. If you have both cats and dogs, you can have up to two dogs and three cats. You must get a permit for more animals. ( Fremont Municipal Code 6.10.010)
A pet owner may keep up to 6 small animals. Some examples include birds, hamsters, guinea pigs, mice, rats, reptiles, and amphibians. Small animals must be under 50 pounds and be legal to keep in California. You may not keep any more than 6 small animals. (Fremont Municipal Code 6.10.020)
No livestock such as goats, cows, pigs, llamas, ducks or geese are allowed to be kept on residential properties. (Fremont Municipal Code 6.10.030)
On residential properties with an area of more than 6000 square feet, a pet owner may keep a total of six: chickens, rabbits, pigeons, and doves, without a permit. More animals require a permit.
A maximum of two species of those animals allowed under this section may be kept on one lot. (Fremont Municipal Code 6.10.040)
It is unlawful to maintain any hive of bees on any lot within the city without first obtaining a permit. See all the laws related to bees. Fremont Municipal Code (6.40.040)
|Lot Size||Hives Allowed|
|Less Than 6,000 Square Feet||0|
|6,000 Square Feet or More||1|
|8,000 Square Feet or More||2|
|10,000 Square Feet or More||3|
|One-Half Acre or More||5|
You can often find your lot size by checking a real estate app and looking up your address.