Welcome to Fremont!
The Town of Fremont, New York is located in the northwest corner of Sullivan County, along the Upper Delaware River, north of Callicoon, south of Hancock, and across the river from Pennsylvania.
The population of Fremont as of the 2010 census was 1,381. The Town's land area of 32,800 acres offers a distinct rural beauty and a history that dates back to its founding in 1851 when the only way to access the Town was via the waters of the Delaware.
The Town was named after General John C. Fremont an anti-slavery, political figure and Civil War General whose presidential campaign slogan, "Free Soil, Free Speech, Free Men, FRE-MONT!" seems a suitable slogan for our Town to this day.
Please enjoy our Town Website, maintained by volunteers and updated as often as possible. If you are looking for additional information on the Town, please contact us.
Councilmen Paul Brustman and Jack Niflot
It is with profound sorrow that the Town of Fremont reports the passing of two current Councilmen and respected citizens of the Town: John "Jack" Niflot passed away on June 22, 2013. Paul Brustman passed away on September 6, 2013. These men made significant contributions to the Town both in and out of their roles as Councilmen and are missed.