The Wilderness  Park will be closed Monday, June 1, through Wednesday, June 3 for fire road maintenance. This annual maintenance requirement will be conducted by the LA County Fire Department. The CHWP will reopen on Thursday, June 4. 

Pink Patch Project

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The Claremont Police Department is proud to announce the official launch of the 2017 Pink Patch Project, a collaborative cancer awareness fundraiser in partnership with the Los Angeles County Police Chief’s Association and many other LA County Police Agencies. The goal of this project is to raise funds to further the research, treatment, and care of those who are and have battled cancer. Equally important during this time is to educate the public as much as we can about early detection and prevention. The collective effort of law enforcement throughout Los Angeles County during this endeavor is expected to yield a tremendous amount of support from many in the communities that we proudly serve.

Between now and the end of October, participating police agencies will sell their commemorative collectors patches with all profits going to cancer treatment, research, and education. All proceeds earned in Claremont will be donated to City of Hope.  In the month of October, uniformed personnel will be proudly wearing the commemorative Pink Claremont Police Patch as a reminder of our dedication and commitment to this project. 

The commemorative Pink Claremont Police Patch ($10) is now available.  Patches may be purchased at the Claremont Police Department (570 W Bonita Ave, Claremont CA 91711) or online at

Contact Lori Davenport at or Nick Martinez at for further details.

Follow the Pink Patch Project on Instagram at #PinkPatchProject, on facebook at @pinkpatchproject, on Twitter at #pinkpatchprjct or online at PinkPatchProject.

2017 Pink Patch Project Press Release   

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