Residential reminders: sewer rehabilitation, Little League registration, abandoned shopping carts

Sewer rehabilitation progress

The City of Claremont recently retained Tunnelworks Services, Inc. “to repair known defects in identified portions of the city’s sewer system.”

The work consists of a complete sewer cleaning, video recording, and lining and repairing defective portions of the sewer lines. The project began July 12 and will be completed in mid-August, according to the city.

Impacted residents will be notified at least 48 hours in advance of work and will be asked to refrain from water use as much as possible while it is being conducted. For questions, contact community services at (909) 399-5431.

Fall registration is open for Little League

Registration for Claremont Little League fall ball is currently open through September 26.

Depending on their age, parents can register their children for one of two groups: ages four to seven years will be in rookie league; eight to 15 another. Registration for rookie leaguers is $110. The upper league is $125.

A draft will be held later for Juniors, AAA, and AA divisions for players ages seven to 15. Players four to eight can play in the rookie division with the option for seven- and eight-year-olds to play in the rookie division depending on ability. Seasons begin on August 30 and will conclude November 13.

First-time registrants are reminded that CLL requires proof of residency as well as a concussion form signed by you and the athlete. A copy of the concussion form can be found here. Parents may either scan the document or take a photo. The signed concussion form should be attached with your registration submission.

Residency documents may be available in electronic form as your utility company may allow you to download your bill as a PDF. If so, you may download a recent copy and use that for the document upload.

Parents who already uploaded residency information and concussion forms for the spring 2022 season are not required to resubmit.

For more details or to complete your child’s registration, visit

Abandoned shopping carts

During regular inspections, city staff retrieve abandoned shopping carts throughout Claremont. Residents may report an abandoned shopping cart by calling the community improvement division at (909) 399-5467.


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