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A notice has been issued by the National Weather Service for a potential strong wind event.  This event is expected to begin Tuesday, January 28 through Wednesday, January 29.  This wind event has the potential to down trees, power lines and blow debris throughout the Wilderness Park, Thompson Creek Trail, and City.  Please use caution around trees, power lines, and secure your property.  City parks will remain OPEN during this time.

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Energy Conservation

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Local demand for electricity has grown substantially, and it is expected that demand for electricity will continue to grow in the near future to support a growing population. Energy efficiency efforts are far more cost-effective than constructing new electricity-generating plants to meet this growing demand. By reducing the need for additional power generation, energy efficiency programs reduce production of greenhouse gasses, improve air quality, and conserve natural resources.

Claremont’s goal: 20% reduction in total energy consumption by 2015

Please see our Resources page for programs and organizations to help you reduce your energy usage.

Community Electricity Use

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Total Solar Photovoltaic Energy Citywide

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The City leads by example, installing solar panels at the Corporate Yard to reduce energy consumption:

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