I have to agree with Brian, it's a long shot; however, you might uncover a way by reviewing this City of Fremont website:
"Addressing & Street Names"
â€¢ City and County emergency responders and the 911 emergency system
â€¢ Governmental agencies such as the FBI and IRS
â€¢ The Postal Service and all related delivery companies (UPS, Fedex, etc.)
â€¢ ALL GPS data worldwide
You get the idea â€¦
The city of Fremont says "Unless the address impedes emergency service response, an
existing address (regardless if the number was newly assigned) will not
be reassigned a new number. Exceptions may be granted for the
following circumstances: the existing street number is out of sequence;
the main entrance has been relocated and is now on a different street; or,
the same address has been issued for more than one location (i.e.,
duplicate addresses and multiple properties creating a non-unique
addressing situation). "
You are not the first person that I have heard or seen ask this question. Numbers have significance to different people in different cultures.
I think you have a problem with what you want to do. Open the link provided by Steve Ornellas, below. Go the page 7 and read the paragraph:
Can I request a different address number if I get assigned a number that I donâ€™t like?
The City of Fremont 510-494-4834 is the primary source for the answer to your question.
TU to you, Steve.
Mostly due to County Records, APN numbers, and street numbers will go in order and there may not be room for another number.
You can check with the city regarding their opinion and suggustions.
I have never heard of anyone changing their address number.