Homeowners: Streets turn into a wild party at night along Claremont Park

Homeowners in Mount Eden say their quiet streets along Claremont Park turn into a wild party when the lights go down and have put residents on edge.

News 12 Staff

Jun 15, 2020, 11:51 PM

Updated 1,432 days ago

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Homeowners in Mount Eden say their quiet streets along Claremont Park turn into a wild party when the lights go down and have put residents on edge. 
Some homeowners even say they are ready to move out. Neighbors say that as the summer months start, the partying seems to pick up. 
In the midst of the pandemic, residents have taken videos from their windows as visitors set up chairs and unpack coolers filled with beer and food until 4:30 a.m. 
They say they leave trash along the street and sidewalk for others to clean up in the morning. 
Community members tell News 12 they have had enough. 
News 12 is told the Department of Sanitation will issue summons to residents who don’t clean up themselves.


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