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09/13/2020

We've had a TON of rain and it has washed out an area of the trail between the greenway access at Hardaway Point in Riverwood and Covered Bridge Road where we have a parking lot and greenway trailhead for the Clayton River Walk on the Neuse Greenway. Equipment is arriving tod... Read More


09/02/2020

All Town of Clayton employees will be off for the Labor Day holiday Monday. Emergency police, fire and rescue services may be reached by calling 9-1-1.

All Star will NOT run garbage, recycling or yard waste routes on Labor Day. Still put your waste out on your regularly-... Read More


08/14/2020

UPDATE: O'NEIL STREET HAS RE-OPENED TO VEHICLE TRAFFIC AS OF NOON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th
O'Neil Street is back open to drivers following a 9-week closure to accommodate a $3.5 million project to build a pedestrian tunnel under O'Neil and allow for an exciting extension of our popular Sam... Read More


05/29/2020

The Town of Clayton joined hundreds of other towns across America in canceling our biggest patriotic tradition – the four-decade-old Independence Day Celebration at Municipal Park. 
 
For 40 years, no matter what day it fell on, July 4th in Clayton has always meant a huge com... Read More


05/21/2020

CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST COVID-19 CASE COUNT AND GUIDANCE FROM THE STATE & GOVERNOR ON LIFTING OF RESTRICTIONS

The State of Emergency declared by Clayton Mayor Jody McLeod remains in effect and town leaders appreciates all the Clayton residents and businesses who continue to follow health and sa... Read More


04/09/2020

We had an amazing experience! Thank you to the Clayton Community for your wonderful response! 

 

 


Clayton Parks and Recreation had the BEST idea and we have been planning it out for days to make sure we can do it and do it safely! Every year on Good Friday is our proud traditi... Read More


03/27/2020

NC Governor Roy Cooper has ordered everyone in the state, including everyone in the Town of Clayton, to follow new restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19. You can click here for his Executive Order 121 which orders all of us to remain in our homes, except for those performing ess... Read More


03/22/2020

Beginning at 7 a.m. Monday, March 23, all Town of Clayton playgrounds and restrooms will be closed and off limits to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

Greenways, trails and open space continue to remain open for Clayton residents and families to enjoy the outdoors.
 
So far only three peo... Read More


12/18/2019

Town Offices CLOSED for State Holiday Schedule - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Recreation and Library Facilities CLOSED ALL WEEK for Maintenance
Garbage Collection Runs Normal EXCEPT for Wednesday, Christmas Day 
ALL Facilities CLOSED on New Year's Day


11/05/2019

The preliminary  votes are in!  By a resounding 74% of the votes, the $18 million Clayton Parks Bond has passed. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL RESULTS

Clayton Town Councilmen Jason Thompson and newcomer Avery Everett have won the two open Council seats in a close Town Council race. I... Read More


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