City Hall - Clayton, NC
For Residents

Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library


Patrons of all NC LIVE member libraries now have access to Pronunciator Language Learning.

 

 

  


The Town of Clayton is proud to own and operate its own municipal library, the Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library. The library enjoys a historic setting along a tree-lined street in Downtown Clayton. Patrons can enjoy a full range of library services including a collection exceeding 90,000 books and books on CD, eBooks, a wing dedicated to its extensive children's collection, public computer/internet access, special programming for children including a summer reading program, and the Clayton History Room which houses reference materials, family histories, and artifacts significant to the people and culture of Clayton.

Although the facility and collection are owned and operated by the Town of Clayton, the Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library is affiliated with the Johnston County Library System and as such it shares books and services with other affiliated libraries. Although the Clayton Library had humble beginnings in a single room of the old "Town Hall" building, it now supports a circulation exceeding fifteen thousand books per month.

100 S. Church Street Clayton North Carolina 27520

(919) 553-5542

Hours              
Monday-Thursday: 9am to 7pm
Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday: 9am to 2pm
Sunday: CLOSED

2014-2015 Holiday Schedule

Holiday

CLOSED

Day of Week

Christmas

December 24-27, 2014

Wednesday through Saturday

New Year's Day

January 1, 2015

Thursday

Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday

January 19, 2015

Monday

Good Friday

April 3-4, 2015

Friday & Saturday

Staff Training

April 13-15, 2015

Monday & Tuesday All Day; Wednesday until noon

Memorial Day

May 25, 2015

Monday

Independence Day

July 3-4, 2015

Friday & Saturday

Labor Day

September 7, 2015

Monday

Veteran's Day

November 11, 2015

Wednesday

Thanksgiving

  November 26-28, 2015

Thursday through Saturday 

Christmas  

December 23-26, 2015

Wednesday through Saturday