The Clermont boat ramp, located on the southwest side of Lake Minneola, will be permanently closed by the end of December to complete the 10-acre Victory Pointe Storm Water Treatment System and Triathlon Beach project, leaving boaters only one...
The City of Clermont will be conducting a controlled burn at Lake Hiawatha Preserve on October 18th through November 3rd, and possibly longer if the burn is delayed due to weather conditions.  The purpose of the burn is to...
Lake County has collected more than half of the vegetative storm debris left in the wake of Hurricane Irma. To ensure residents are aware of the hauler’s current location and progress, Lake County has created a storm debris collection...
The 3rd Annual Clermont Harvest Festival will be held on Saturday, October 28 from 10am to 6pm on Montrose Street in Downtown Clermont.  The free community event is hosted by the Clermont Downtown Partnership and Clermont First United Methodist...
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has announced it will be opening a mobile Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) for residents and business owners affected by Hurricane Irma. The DRC will be open beginning Thursday, Oct. 19 at 1 pm....
The Lake County Board of County Commissioners approved a resolution requesting FEMA assistance to remove vegetative storm debris from private property, gated communities and non-county maintained roads, up to a collection cost of $500,000. Homeowners’ Associations (HOAs), those living on...
In a room filled with family, friends, city officials and Clermont police officers, Tim McCormack received a BIG surprise when Clermont Chief of Police Charles Broadway awarded him the Community Service Civilian Award. Tim was recognized for his dedication...
The 11th Annual Downtown Clermont Art Festival will be held on Saturday & Sunday, November 4 & 5.  Attendance is expected to be at least 8,000 art collectors and visitors.  The application deadline for artists, crafters and vendors has been extended to...
Lake County is continuing to waive residential drop-off fees until further notice. Residents wishing to dispose of debris may continue to do so, free of charge, at the county landfill or convenience centers during the following hours: Now through Oct....
The controversial Anderson Hill Project came to a vote at the September 26th Clermont City Council meeting. Clermont City Council approved the request of developer Avid Group to build a multi-tenant commercial shopping center housing retail businesses, fitness center, restaurant,...
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