|Clairemont Town Council's new logo (left), and an older logo (right) discovered among CTC archives from years past, courtesy of Janet Miller, publisher of Clairemont Community News.|
Behind the Design:
- Our founding date, 1953, appears at the top.
- The stars and stripes, and navy blue represent our community's historical ties to the Navy. Clairemont, as the history goes, was envisioned and developed for those soldiers returning from duty post World War II. Today, Clairemont is still home to many retired military personnel, Veterans, and those who serve today.
- Silver represents our 60th Diamond Anniversary. Coupled with navy blue, of course, you have the school colors of James Madison High School.
- Orange (coupled with navy blue, of course) represent the colors of Clairemont High School.
- The green palm tree represents our former CTC logo.
- The family in the center is not just a throwback reference to one of our older logos, but a clear representation that our community is still one of diverse families, and strong camaraderie.
- The phrase "Celebrating 60 Years" is (I hope) self-explanatory.
- The three zip-codes covering Clairemont are featured at the bottom: 92117, 92111, and 92110.