FAQ

What are your office hours?
Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm.  We do not close for lunch.

Do I have to sign up in person?
YES.  You must sign up in person prior to starting community service. Please bring a valid photo ID and court referral.  There are NO phone interviews at Project 22.

Is there is an administrative processing fee?
YES. The fee is based on the number of community service hours assigned and MUST be paid prior to starting the community service. We take cash, check, credit card and money orders.  Please note that checks must be submitted 10 business days prior to your Project 22 due date.  Returned checks are subject to a $25 service charge.

Where will I be doing my community service?
Your community service placement will be discussed at the time of your interview. You will be placed at a non-profit agency. Please note that you MAY NOT do community service on your own;  your placement MUST BE APPROVED by Project 22. You will receive an official Project 22 timesheet to log your hours. In order to obtain a timesheet, you must pay the administrative fee.

When do I have to turn in my timesheet?
Timesheets and payments must be completed and returned to our office one week before the PR Date (court due date), or you will be charged with a $10 late fee.

Do I have to return to court after I have completed my community service?
You do not have to return to court if you have completed the community service and paid your program fee in full one week prior to the PR Date. A report will be submitted to the court on your behalf.

  • If you are a CLASP case this may vary.

How do I request an extension?
Traffic cases may be eligible for extensions granted by the courts (information varies depending on your case). Please contact our office for specific instructions.

  • CLASP cases must contact the county that referred your case to Project 22.
  • For all cases, if an extension is granted, a $10 extension fee will apply for every extension granted and must be paid to Project 22.

What information do I need when phoning your office for questions?
Please be prepared to give your docket number.

If leaving a message, please speak slowly and clearly and leave your name, current telephone number, and docket number.

For more information please contact us through:

email: p22fremont@sfpretrial.org
tel: (510) 789 – 5515
fax (510) 793 – 5762
address:  39439 Paseo Padre Pkwy, Room 100, Fremont, CA 94538