COVID-19 Pandemic. The Claremont Board of Directors is reaching out to ALL residents as every day brings new developments related to the virus, and the uncertainty can be unsettling.  For information on how the Claremont Community is responding to this Pandemic go to the Coronavirus tab.

What are YOU preparing for? Our beautiful community is located in one of the "best-known earthquake zones." Please take the time to review these telling editorials:

The Claremont GET READY initiative (Some would say Emergency Preparedness) is NOT designed to alarm or upset anyone. Rather, we are a team of committed, volunteer-residents, that aim to inform, prepare, organize, and from time to time drill with the sole intent of helping our community survive a major disaster.  Over 80 volunteer strong, we ask ALL of our neighbors to help make a difference by partnering, pitching in, and preparing.

Informational Activities - Annual Community "GET READY" Event (October):

Caring Activities -- CPR and First Aid Training

Organizational / Operational Activities - This Year's Oregon Great Shake Exercise - we test resident awareness, communications, and reporting

Communication Exercises - Beaverton's and Washington County's Emergency Centers

We are always recruiting Zone Leaders, Regional Coordinators, Medical Team Members and Emergency Center Operators.   

How to volunteer ? Reach out to any of your Committee Members:

  • George Heyworth Co-Chair 503 516 8313
  • Donna Weekley Co-Chair 541 678 5434
  • Bob Stahl Region A Coordinator 503 887 3071
  • Fred Barden. Region B Coordinator 503 629 9605
  • Frank Carroll. Region C Coordinator 503 629 9563
  • Greg Rambo. Region D Coordinator 971 533 5541
  • Jack Malloy. Region E Coordinator 503 977 2164
  • Ken Hollenzer. Region F Coordinator 503 915 4423
  • Valerie Bergmann. CCA Board Rep. 503 430 1442
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