Rise Clermont Promotes Local, Disc Golf Course World Ranked, Crime Drops & More
February 2021 E-Newsletter
Rise Clermont Promotes Business and Community Engagement
The city invites businesses, nonprofits and residents to help accelerate the city’s economic recovery by joining this collaborative movement. Sign up today.
Clermont Disc Golf Course World Ranked
Champions Pointe Disc Golf Course was rated No. 90 in the world on UDisc.
Crime Drops 14% in Clermont for 2020
Clermont experienced a significant reduction in crime in 2020, statistics show.
New Congressman Meets with City Leaders
Interim City Manager Susan Dauderis and Police Chief Charles Broadway shared city updates and plans with newly elected U.S. Rep. Scott Franklin and staff.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Visit the City of Clermont's designated COVID-19 vaccine webpage for local resources and vaccination site information.
Golden Gals Coming to Clermont in May
The Golden Gals' show will leave audience members rolling with laughter. Don't miss them at 8 p.m. May 14 and May 15 at the Clermont Performing Arts Center.
Youth Council Donates Toiletries to Homeless
The Clermont teens delivered over 250 toiletry-filled care packs to the Clermont Police Department for distribution to the homeless in the community.
Streetscape Phase 2 Construction Continues
Improvements to a portion of 8th Street are complete for Master Plan Streetscape Phase 2. Construction is planned to start March 15 on Minneola Avenue. A timeline map is now available.
Police to Launch Online Reporting System
A new citizen reporting program is planned to go live in March. Residents will be able to file a report at any time, from anywhere with the advanced technology.
City Council Recognizes Employee
Clermont City Council recently recognized Sanitation Foreman Jose Nazario at a recent council meeting. He returned several lost items to their owners over the years.
Open Volleyball Begins
The Clermont Arts and Recreation Center (ARC) is offering open volleyball for men and women of all ages.
Try Out Tai Chi
Tai chi reduces stress and promotes serenity through gentle, flowing movements. Join 6 p.m. Tuesdays at the ARC. Your first class is free.
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