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The Clayton Town Council tackled a packed agenda at Monday's work session.

Here's what happened:

Public Hearings set for Wine on Main, Lone Star Steakhouse

The Town Council set two public hearings for its Oct. 3 meeting to be held 6:30 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers of The Clayton Cente... Read More


Trail Closed Ahead! A small section our greenways will be closed for the next 8 weeks because of utility work. The area where the Clayton River Walk on the Neuse (Mountains-to-Sea Trail?) meets the Sam's Branch greenway needs to be blocked until around December 1st.

Click here or on the map for a... Read More


Coming this fall, the Town of Clayton will restructure its credit-card convenience fees for non-utility payments such as permitting fees, parks and recreation programs and cemetery plot purchases.

The changes will save money for the average credit-card user and eliminate the current $500 limit on cre... Read More


There’s a new animal control officer in Town.

Amber Butler joined the Town of Clayton on Sept. 12, and she comes with an exceptional level of professional experience, personal compassion and love for animals.

In her introduction to the Clayton Town Council on Monday, Butler said she felt blessed... Read More


We hope you will join us Monday, Sept. 19 for the Clayton Town Council work session beginning 6:30 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers of The Clayton Center, 111 East Second Street in Downtown Clayton.

The full agenda packet is too large to email, but you can view it online here. You can also download ... Read More


Clayton Police got a surprise visit Wednesday from three veterans of the department who served Clayton in the late 60s and 70s.

Retired officers Alexander Robert Harlee Jr., George Gullatt and Theodore Holder were out celebrating Harlee’s 76th birthday and decided to stop by the Clayton Law Enf... Read More


Don't miss the biggest event in the Town of Clayton! 

The Clayton Chamber of Commerce promises 5 days of fun September 14-18 at the 2016 Harvest & Music Festival. Nearly 20,000 people fill Downtown Clayton for this annual weekend of music, vendors, food, rides, performances and so m... Read More


On Sunday, the Town of Clayton will mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11 with our traditional observation of the timeline of the tragedy at Fire Station One, along with a special flagpole dedication by our local WoodmenLife chapter at East Clayton Community Park.

At 3 p.m. Sunday, WoodmenLife Chapter 54... Read More


For the first time in almost two decades, the Clayton Town Council voted Tuesday to hire a new town manager.

Adam Lindsay, who comes to Clayton with nearly 14 years of local government experience, will take the helm at Town Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 28. Lindsay currently serves as Assistant Town Manag... Read More


Clayton Town Council Meeting
Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m.

We hope everyone had a great Labor Day weekend and invite you to join us tonight, Tuesday, September 6 for the Clayton Town Council meeting beginning 6:30 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers of The Clayton Center, 111 East Second Street in Downt... Read More


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