On July 26, 2016 the City of Claremont rescinded its Level 2 Water Shortage Level and went back to a Level 1. Under Level 1, residents are still required to use a shut-off nozzle when watering outdoors, curb water runoff, not water 48 hours after rain, and may not water sidewalks or driveways. Residents may also water three days a week between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. for 15 minutes per station. Below are the days residents may water outdoors
07/28/2016 8:08 AM
The City began its “right to take” trial over the City’s proposed acquisition of the Claremont Water System on June 14, 2016. Over the past six weeks, the City and Golden State Water Company have presented witness testimony supporting their respective positions. On July 15, 2016, both sides rested their cases. The matter is now before the trial judge for consideration. The judge will have 90 days to issue a decision.
06/14/2016 4:07 PM
Outdoor irrigation is limited to two days a week.
04/24/2015 12:05 PM
07/12/2018 12:03 PM
The public counter hours for Building and Planning have been reduced due to staffing limitations.
06/12/2018 4:57 PM
The City Council adopted a comprehensive Homeless Services Plan on May 28, 2018. The Plan was developed through a collaborative effort between City staff, local and regional service providers, and community members. The document outlines a unified approach to combat homelessness in Claremont.
06/07/2018 3:51 PM
05/24/2018 3:09 PM
05/22/2018 11:02 AM
The City is offering several weekly camps and activities to keep your kids busy throughout the summer! There is a camp for everyone, from the artist to the athlete.
04/26/2018 10:18 AM
The Claremont Library is closed for renovations. A temporary library is now open at the Alexander Hughes Center from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Library renovations are expected to take six months
04/10/2018 7:26 AM
04/09/2018 5:26 PM
01/18/2018 5:33 PM
City Manager Tony Ramos, on behalf of the City Council, announced the selection of Tara Schultz as the new City Manager for the City of Claremont. Ms. Schultz will assume the duties of City Manager on February 5, 2018.
Residents have reported seeing bobcats and coyotes in the northern section of the city. Claremont borders the Angeles National Forest and is considered a wilderness corridor. As the City is prohibited from trapping and relocating wild animals, residents must take precautions.
11/28/2017 1:52 PM
11/06/2017 7:39 AM
Follow the City on social media to find out what's happening in Claremont! City staff posts construction notices, emergency alerts, special event details, and general City information.
The City has established a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) for the construction of the Pomona College Museum of Art. The Program allows residents to report issues or ask questions on the construction of the new museum at the corner of Bonita Avenue and College Avenue.
11/01/2017 3:14 PM