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It has a population of about 81,600 residents and an area of roughly 13. The community of Clairemont Mesa can be subdivided into the neighborhoods of North Clairemont, Bay Ho, Clairemont Mesa East, Clairemont Mesa West, and Bay Park. Developers Lou Burgener and Carlos Tavares named their community Clairemont after Tavares’ wife, Claire. The Kumeyaay Indians came to the canyon area within Clairemont centuries ago in search of food and shelter. Judge Hyde was one of the first settlers of Clairemont and began farming in Tecolote Canyon back in 1872. Farming and ranching continued in the area until World War II. In 1887 the Morena Subdivision was mapped.
The 1,200 acre subdivision was bounded by streets that are known today as Morena Boulevard on the west, Milton Street on the south, Illion Street on the east, and on the north by an east-west line approximately 1,000 feet north of Gesner Street. In 1887 a train depot was constructed in the vicinity of Kane Street and Morena Boulevard to accommodate potential buyers in the Morena Subdivision. It was torn down in the early 1920s. In 1936 the Bay Park Village Subdivision was approved by the City Council.