City of Clermont

Important Numbers to Keep Handy:

City Hall 352-394-4081
Fire Department 352-394-7662
Police Department 352-394-5588
Public Works 352-394-7177
Water, Wastewater, Sanitation, Stormwater 352-241-0178

The following meetings are held in the Council Chambers of City Hall at 685 West Montrose Street each month:

  • Council meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 7:00pm
  • Planning and Zoning Commission meets on the 1st Tuesday at 7:00pm
  • Code Enforcement meets on the 3rd Tuesday at 6:00pm beginning in March


City of ClermontCity Manager Darren Gray
Fire Chief Carle Bishop
Finance Director Joseph VanZile
Public Works Director
City Clerk Tracy Ackroyd
Planning & Zoning Barbara Hollerand
Environmental Services Director James Kinzler
Police Chief Charles Broadway
Economic Development Director Jim Hitt
Parks and Recreation Director Dave Teske
Information Technology Director Don Dennis
Human Resources Director Debbie Porte

Clermont Community Center

Visit the new Clermont Community Center at 620 West Montrose Street.



Clermont Downtown Farmer's Market

Clermont Downtown Farmer’s Market

The Clermont Downtown Partnership sponsors a weekly farmer’s market in Downtown Clermont every Sunday from 9am to 2pm on Montrose street, just 2 blocks north of Highway 50, in the Historic District. A variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, plants, hydroponic gardening information and much more is available throughout the market’s 35 vendors. Specialty vendors join the regular vendors and change monthly to add variety to the market. There is no admission charge and parking is free.

Crime Report

The Clermont Police Department has implemented a powerful online tool called CrimeReports™ aimed at improving communications with the community, and lowering crime. Citizens can now view local crime data for free by visiting the City of Clermont’s website or by visiting

CrimeReports™ is an online platform that has been integrated with the Clermont Police Department to publish specific crime data, improve information flow and transparency, and create more two-way dialogue between the Police Department and the citizens of Clermont. Police Chief Broadway’s vision for the Police Department is to keep our streets safe, cut down on crime, and foster and nurture a positive relationship between our police officers, the agency, and the community. The implementation of CrimeReports™ is another way to help us accomplish this vision.

Clermont citizens will now be able to:

  • View near real-time online reports of crime in their neighborhood
  • Set-up daily, weekly, or monthly automated reports on a variety of crime types
  • Send anonymous crime tips to the Clermont Police Department
  • Access CrimeReports™ from their smart phone or mobile device

Sheriff Borders and Chief Deputy Peyton Grinnell wanted to let you know that the community alerts section on the Sheriff’s Office web site is now active. The site is Hopefully you will find this a useful site.

Conservation Corner

On Sunday, March 10th, 2013, we return to Daylight Savings Time. We also go back to the 2-day per week landscape irrigation schedule.

Residences with addresses ending in odd numbers may only water on Wednesday and Saturday.

Residences with addresses ending in even numbers may only water on Thursday and Sunday.

  • No watering between the hours of 10am and 4pm
  • Irrigation may occur only once per scheduled watering day
  • Portable sprinkler devices must follow the same schedule
  • New landscaping may be watered for the first 30 days
  • All systems must have a working rain sensor at all times
  • This is the time to replace your back-up battery

Sweetwater Ridge Townhomes Meeting

Title: Sweetwater Ridge Townhomes Meeting
Location: Sweetwater Ridge Townhomes Clubhouse
Start Time: 6:30 pm
Date: 2013-12-17