The Claremont Quality of Life survey, completed in 2003, measured residents’ satisfaction with the city and how it was governed. The survey found that 92 percent of residents were satisfied with the town and pleased with the services that were provided. The survey measured satisfaction with the city’s aesthetics, police protection, efforts to be environmentally self-conscious, and other aspects of life in Claremont. The survey also found that residents desired increased funding for youth and senior citizen programs. The survey results allowed the city government to identify strengths in their performance while also highlighting areas of critical importance to improve city services.