The Claremont Advantage
Claremont has emerged as an important center of commerce. Building on its historic architecture, contemporary adaptive reuse is re-energizing the City Center. Claremont is home to precision technology and fine home and cabinetry manufacturing among many other businesses in the industrial lands surrounding the Connecticut River. Abundant land, a good transportation and broadband network, and much capacity in its infrastructure have made Claremont a true land of opportunity for companies looking to locate or expand in New Hampshire.
Many areas of Claremont - including almost all of the City Center - enjoy broadband speeds of up to 1 Gbps. These speeds are some of the fastest in our region. One easy way to test the broadband capabilities of any address in the city is to use the National Broadband Mapping Tool.
The City of Claremont enjoys robust workforce development resources. River Valley Community College in Claremont provides a diverse and flexible curriculum, with programming in computer technology, advanced machining and allied health care programs, among many others.
The Claremont School District is a member of the School Administrative Unit (SAU) #6. The District is made up of 3 elementary schools, Claremont Middle School and Stevens High School. The High School features a strong technical curriculum through the Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center.
The City of Claremont is located just off of Exit 8 off Interstate 91. Most of the City falls within five miles of the I-91 on/off ramp, making the major markets of Hartford, New York and Montreal readily accessible.
New England Central Railroad operates the track through Claremont which carries freight and provides limited passenger service.
Claremont is an Amtrak served community - the only such community in western New Hampshire. Amtrak's Vermonter line runs through Claremont twice daily, with one stop in the morning heading south and one stop in the evening heading north. The Vermonter provides Claremont area residents with access to Springfield, MA, and from there, connections to every major east coast city, including Boston, Hartford, New Haven, New York City, and Albany.
Claremont Municipal Airport offers general aviation services, including a 3,100 foot runway and 24 hour fuel.
Lebanon Airport, 25 miles north of Claremont, is a regional, tower-controlled airport with passenger service daily through regional commuter airline Cape Air to Boston and White Plains, NY, as well as corporate jet, charter and helicopter services. The primary fixed base operator is Granite Air Center.
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, 70 miles south of Claremont, is a full service airport with flights arriving and departing daily through American, Southwest, Spirit and United Airlines.