FRIDAY NIGHTS LIVE IN THE CLAREMONT VILLAGE
Take advantage of the FREE entertainment that the City is co-sponsoring on Friday night’s in the Claremont Village. The following is a links to additional information about this week’s programming:
FRIDAY NIGHTS LIVE IN THE CLAREMONT VILLAGE:
FUTURE FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES COMMITTEE & POLICE STATION CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The Future Financial Opportunities Committee has its first meeting on Monday, September 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Citrus Room of Claremont City Hall. The Police Station Citizens Advisory Committee has its second meeting on Wednesday, September 26, at 6:00 p.m. at the Joslyn Senior Center, 660 N. Mountain Avenue, Claremont.
These committees were established to engage our community members on two important topics: our City budget and addressing the need for a new police facility.
Please consider attending these meetings and providing your ideas and feedback to the committee members.
The following are links to meeting information for the respective meetings:
FUTURE FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITIES COMMITTEE:
CLAREMONT MAYOR PRO TEM
ENVIRONMENTAL SCOPING MEETING
"THE COMMONS" PROJECT
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
On Monday, September 24, at 6:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 225 W. Second Street, the Community Development Department will be holding an environmental scoping meeting on a recently proposed project at the northwest corner of Monte Vista Avenue and Foothill Boulevard Project, called "The Commons." The purpose of this meeting is to gather input from the community on environmental impacts to study during the review of the project. The project consists of approximately 6.7 acres in Claremont, and 3.0 acres in Upland, and the applicant is proposing to integrate two parcel areas into one cohesive master planned community with a Specific Plan in both Claremont and Upland.
The Commons project proposes to convert 9.7 acres of underutilized and vacant land at the entrance to the City of Claremont into a master planned, residential/Mixed-Use village. The project plans include a City gateway, park and open space, neighborhood-serving retail, and for-sale residential attached and detached housing. Claremont Commons is designed for a variety of homebuyers, including “age in place” buyers seeking ease and accessibility in later years, as well as attainable first time homebuyers. This master planned community would contain approximately 27 single-family detached homes, 68 townhomes, and 5,000 square feet of retail with ten flats above the retail.
For more information, you may visit the following link:
ENVIRONMENTAL SCOPING MEETING -
Dear Claremont Community Members:
I appreciate your taking the time to visit my website. On this site, I maintain a comprehensive list of links to community organizations serving Claremont. You can also find information about upcoming City meetings and a link to the most recent weekly update from our City Manager Tony Ramos.
If you have any thoughts or concerns about any City matter, please do not hesitate to contact me. Again, thank you for the honor of representing you on your City Council.
COMMISSION & COMMITTTEE MEETINGS
SEPTEMBER 24 - SEPTEMBER 28
Click on any link below for meeting information and agenda: