Clairemont is a community centrally located in beautiful San Diego, California, minutes from downtown and all the local beach areas. Best known for its neighborhood parks, family activities, middle class homes with canyon and ocean views.
The Clairemont Town Council’s purpose is to promote the civic, commercial, educational and cultural activities, as well as the general welfare of the community of Clairemont. The objectives of the Council are to provide a forum for discussion of community issues, take a stand on community issues as authorized by the membership, communicate community views to the appropriate organizations, and sponsor programs that benefit Clairemont.
Our board members represent a broad cross-section of Clairemont who are all volunteers committed to keeping Clairemont great.
Come join us on the first Thursday of every month from 6:30-9 p.m. to learn more about Clairemont and events that shape our community and our lives. Our meetings are held in the Clairemont High School Cafeteria, 4150 Ute Dr., San Diego, CA 92117. The Council is organized as a non-profit social welfare organization with tax-exempt status, as classified by the Internal Revenue Service in accordance with the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(4)