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05/30/2019

REGISTRATION CLOSED!
Our 2019 Clayton Police Youth Summer Academy is FULL!

Conducting traffic stops, going through an interactive police weapons simulation, and visiting the Johnston County jail - those are just some of the activities Town of Clayton teenagers can experience in our annual week-lo... Read More


05/23/2019

The Clayton Police Department gathered to celebrate the work and accomplishments of 2018, promote two Sergeants and a detective, acknowledge community partners, and recognize numerous employees for exceptional performance.Click below to watch the entire ceremony held May 2019.

SWEARING IN OF NEW OFFI... Read More


01/16/2019

It’s the first week of middle school for two Clayton Police officers.

Officers Aurora Mayo and Scott Holzshu are heading to middle and elementary school as the Clayton Police Department’s first-ever School Resource Officers. The Town of Clayton and the Johnston County’s School Board... Read More


01/09/2019

Nearly 60 different municipalities across the state have been given permission by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission to participate in a specified Urban Archery season.  After receiving interest from Town of Clayton residents and after careful consideration by Town Council, the To... Read More


12/09/2018

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12 UPDATE:  All Town facilities are back to normal hours with the exception of Clayton Parks & Recreation's Community Center at 715 Amelia Church Road. We're working to repair the heating system and the building will not open until the repairs are made. We'll con... Read More


12/06/2018

A Clayton business owner is facing charges that he manipulated one of his adult music students and forced her into sexual servitude.

60-year-old Ivan Hampden Jr. was arrested Wednesday without incident at his home in Clayton and is being held on a $200,000 secured bond in the Johnston County Detentio... Read More


11/13/2018

UPDATE: According to the hydrograph from the US National Weather Service in Raleigh - the Neuse River flooding is receding! The river crested at 14.01 feet overnight and was already on its way down - observed at 13.92 ft around 5:15 this morning. The greenways and low-lying areas/creeks around the r... Read More


11/09/2018

All Town of Clayton facilities will be closed Monday, Nov. 12 for Veterans Day.

Emergency police, fire and rescue services may be reached by calling 9-1-1.

The closures include Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library, the Clayton Community Center, The Clayton Center and Town Hall —... Read More


11/02/2018

We hope you will join us 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 5 for the Clayton Town Council meeting at The Clayton Center/Town Hall, 111 East Second Street in Downtown Clayton.

You can view the full agenda packet online here, or click here to download a PDF copy. Here are the highlights... Read More


11/01/2018

Clayton Police have arrested and charged a man in last week's greenway assault and robbery.

21-year-old Satchel Tobias Needham was arrested without incident tonight in Downtown Clayton and is  charged with Assault Inflicting Serious Bodily Injury and Common Law Robbery. He is behind bars in... Read More


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  • REGISTRATION CLOSED! Our 2019 Clayton Police Youth Summer Academy is FULL! Conducting traffic stops, going through an interactive police weapons simulation, and visiting the Johnston County jail ...

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