The Centerville District is one of the historic neighborhoods in Fremont, CA. It’s recognized for its mix of historic charm and contemporary amenities. One of the notable landmarks in the area is the Centerville Train Depot, which serves as a testament to the area’s history with the railroad. The Alameda Creek Trail, which runs adjacent to Centerville, provides a scenic route for walking and biking. Nearby, the Fremont Hub shopping center offers various shopping and dining options. State Route 84 (Niles Canyon Road) runs close to Centerville, connecting it to neighboring communities. Historically, Centerville was an independent town until it was merged with four other towns to create Fremont in 1956.