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Welcome to the Claremont Chamber

The Claremont Chamber of Commerce provides strong leadership in serving the interest of business, promotes the inter-relationship between business and community, and encourages business participation with civic and educational organizations and programs within the Claremont area. The Chamber promotes the local economy by encouraging Claremont Chamber of Commerce members and Claremont residents to shop locally. All referrals given out by the Claremont Chamber of Commerce are members.
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Village Venture Vendor Spots Still Available. Apply Today!
Applications will be accepted until Friday, October 9th. (Please note jewelry vendors will no longer be accepted at this time.)

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Business Updates:

Foothill Gold Line Update

The Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority is nearing completion on the Foothill Gold Line light rail project from Pasadena to Azusa. The 11.5-mile, six-station extension is on time and on budget, and will be completed in late-September 2015 when it will be turned over to LA Metro for pre-revenue service. Metro determines when the line opens for passenger service.

The Construction Authority is now underway with advanced engineering for the Azusa to Montclair segment. Community Open Houses were hosted in each of the station cities (Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, Claremont and Montclair) in April and May 2015 to provide stakeholders a status update about the light rail project, the station design and art process currently underway, project funding and more. Each open house provided an opportunity for the community to meet their city-selected station artist as well and to provide the artist feedback on their current concepts.

Over the next year while the artists continue working with the city-selected Station Design and Art Review (SDAR) Committees to finalize the station art plans, the Construction Authority will continue working with each city on advancing the overall engineering for the project.  The Construction Authority is on schedule to ready the project to break ground in 2017. Once construction funding is identified, the project will take about five years to complete.

To learn more about the future Claremont  station and the art concept under development by the station artist, visit the Claremont page on the Construction Authority’s website –

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In the Media

City Council Declares December Shop Claremont Month (read article)

Claremont: A West Coast Town with a New England Feel (read article)

Claremont's Village Venture Celebrates 32 years of arts, crafts, food and fun (read article)

Eclectic Charm, Culture and Cuisine in Claremont (read article)

5 Reasons to Drive to Claremont for Restaurant Week. (read article)

Claremont Restaurant Week has Begun. (read article)


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