Funds raised through the event will support the Soup Kitchen’s Summer Lunch Feeding Program for area K-12 students, and fund new programming for the Opera House. Claremont Savings Bank were eager to sponsor this community event as part of their ongoing support of the two non-proﬁt
LEAVES AND GRASS RAKINGS MUST BE LEFT AT THE CURBSIDE IN PAPER COMPOSTABLE LEAF BAGS.
PER CITY COUNCIL POLICY ADOPTED ON 05/12/04, THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT OR PICK UP LEAVES THAT ARE NOT IN PAPER, BIODEGRADABLE BAGS. THESE 30 GALLON BAGS ARE
The Claremont Planning Board has 2 full-time seats and 4 alternate member seats available.
The Claremont Planning Board is responsible for development of the master plan and review of development proposals through the site plan and subdivision process.
As we watch the lilies, crocus and green grass appear, our thoughts turn to warmer weather, no ice and sitting outside. It won’t be long, we hope, before we will be saying, “Boy, is it hot.”
(Not!). The weather can't warm up fast enough for us. We are ardently
Seeking Board Members
The TAX INCREMENT FINANCE DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD has one seat available for a business owner or occupant of real property located within or adjacent to the TIF District and one seat available for any Claremont Resident who may be interested. The purpose of the
The City of Claremont, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration, and the New Hampshire State Historic Preservation Office entered into a Memorandum of Agreement in an effort to mitigate the impacts on the Claremont Railway. As part of that
The Claremont Finance Committee has two seats available for Claremont Residents who may be interested. The Finance Committee’s function is to develop fiscal policies from a global perspective. Citizen members of this committee are appointed by the City Council. The term for
The City of Claremont is inviting citizens to apply for vacancies which exist on the following volunteer Boards, Committees and Commissions:
Board of Appeals 5 Vacant Seats, 3 Vacant Alternate Seats
Seeking Board Members
The Claremont Policy Committee has a seat available for Claremont Residents who may be interested. The Policy Committee reviews all of the City’s ordinances. Citizen members of
Besides this localized outbreak, the City has realized an increase in community transmission that may be attributed to gatherings during the Holiday Season. We ask that all citizens and visitors to Claremont maintain increased vigilance in following State mask mandates, as well as State and
Eversource and its contractors will be replacing equipment and improving task lighting within existing substations on Maple Avenue (ByrdAvenue Substation), North Street (Spring Street Substation), River Road (River Road Substation), and Lafayette Street (Sugar River Substation) in
Beginning on November 20, 2020, all persons over the age of 5 within the State of New Hampshire shall wear mask or cloth face coverings over their noses and mouths any time they are in public spaces, indoors or outdoors, where they are unable to or do not consistently maintain a physical