The Clairemont Town Council is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization founded in 1954. It is the mission of the Clairemont Town Council to protect and enhance the quality of life in our Clairemont community by providing a forum for discussion on issues that directly or indirectly affect the primary residents and businesses within Clairemont.
Monthly General Membership meetings and Board of Directors meetings of the Clairemont Town Council are open to everyone. Programs addressing community issues and concerns will be of interest and importance to you.
Currently, the Clairemont Town Council meets the first of every month at inside the Cadman Elementary cafeteria (4370 Kamloop Ave., San Diego 92117). Board of Directors meetings are held the last available of the month at inside the Cadman Elementary Library (same address).
The Clairemont Town Council is membership driven. The Council is governed under membership-approved bylaws, and are administered by an annually-elected Board of Directors who serve two-year terms. Administration of the Clairemont Town Council's goals and objectives are made possible by members’ dues, fundraising projects, and donations.
Please submit your membership application today! Your input, participation, suggestions, and ideas will be greatly appreciated.
Recorded information & voice mail: (858) 480-9430
Step 1. Pay for your membership online or mail a check to: Clairemont Town Council, PO Box 17793, San Diego, CA 92177.
Step 2. Fill out the below form. Then you're done!