The City of Claremont is considering a plan to manage parking congestion in the Village. The multi-faceted plan is in the very early stages of development and staff is looking at a variety of solutions. Take a survey to give us your input.
On November 27, 2018, the City Council approved a resolution of intention to transition to district-based elections. Over the next 90 days, the City will analyze demographics and draw up draft district maps with input from the public.
11/21/2018 1:00 PM
City Manager Tara Schultz publishes a weekly newsletter with news and information from the City and community.
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Take a more active role in the City’s decision-making process. Applications are currently being accepted to fill current and upcoming vacancies on several Commissions and Committees.
A Presidential proclamation has been issued stating that “in honor and tribute to the memory of President George H. W. Bush and as an expression of public sorrow,” flags at all public buildings and grounds shall be flown at half-staff for a period of 30 days.
On Tuesday, November 6, Claremont voters went to the polls to elect three City Councilmembers. Final results as of November 30 show Jennifer Stark, Jed Leano, and Ed Reece as the top three.
11/24/2018 7:30 AM
Overnight Parking citations will not be written on certain dates this holiday season. Residents and their guests may park vehicles on the street without obtaining an exemption on Christmas and New Years.
Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority announced it is proposing a two phased approach to building the Foothill Gold Line Extension. While the first phase to La Verne is anticipated to be completed with available funds, the second phase to Montclair is unfunded.
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