Residential reminders: vaccination clinic, tax volunteering, unpaved guidelines

Flu and COVID-19 clinic

The Claremont Senior Program, in partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, will offer a free flu and COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Alexander Hughes Community Center, 1700 Danbury Rd., Claremont, on Monday, October 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


The free and open to the public vaccination clinic will offer both Moderna and Pfizer vaccinations for adults as well as first and second shots to children six months and older. Booster shots, which offer protection against the original coronavirus strain and the newer Omicron strains, will also be available to those 12 and older.


Flu vaccinations will be offered to anyone six months and older. All are welcome to get inoculated regardless of immigration and/or health insurance status.


For more information, visit or COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs.


Volunteer opportunity

The American Association of Retired Persons and Claremont Senior Program are looking for volunteers to help aging folks prepare their 2022 taxes.


The organizations are seeking volunteer tax preparers who are not only interested in doing taxes, but also have basic knowledge of computer skills and a desire to help others. Interested volunteers should call (909) 399-5488 for enrollment details. The organizations will be helping seniors complete their tax forms at the Joslyn Center, 660 N. Mountain Ave., Claremont.


Volunteers will receive training from AARP and will be required to take a test to receive certification before tax season begins. Tax season runs between February 2023 and April 15, 2023. Volunteers work one day a week during the season and are provided a computer from AARP.


Unpaved parking regulation

The City of Claremont reminds all that vehicle parking is prohibited on any unpaved surface or landscaped area in the city, such as a front or side yard.


Claremont police allow three overnight parking exemptions per vehicle, per month. Residents can call CPD at (909) 399-5411 to obtain additional overnight parking permits if needed.


Residents can also get permits by visiting For more information, call the community improvement division at (909) 399-5499.


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