Residential reminders: election season, city’s fall brochure is out

Election season is upon us

On November 8, Claremont residents will go to the polls and vote on ballot measures and elections, including three city council races. The last day to register to vote for this election is October 24.

The COURIER will profile all candidates for city council, Claremont Unified School District Board of Education, and Three Valleys Municipal Water District ahead of the November 8 election. Voters will also decide the fate of Measure CT, which, if passed, will “establish a tax on businesses which sell, distribute, manufacture, and cultivate cannabis, including industrial hemp and hemp products in the City of Claremont.” More information is available at

Registration is easy. Residents can register to vote at, by selecting “register to vote now.”

First time registries will answer questions about their U.S. and California residency, age, legal name, date of birth and political party preference. A driver’s license number or the last four digits of your social security are also required. Folks can also request to receive mail-in ballots and information ahead of each election.

To check your voter status, visit If you do not have a driver’s license or social security number, contact the California Secretary of State at (800) 345-8683 or via email to

Los Angeles County residents wanting more info on upcoming elections and voting registration can contact the county clerk’s office, located at 12400 Imperial Hwy., Norwalk, CA 90650 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.; call (800) 815-2666; or email Local voting information and resources are also readily available online at

Fall services brochure ready

The city’s human services department recently delivered its fall recreation brochure which is filled with class offerings and upcoming events around the city that are perfect for kids, teens, adults and/or the whole family. See the brochure online at and at


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