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04/06/2020

These are difficult and uncertain times, but the Town of Clayton remains committed to keeping your critical services like water, sewer, and electric available through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

That's why on March 23, our Clayton leaders agreed they would NOT cut off any residential or commerci... Read More


11/05/2019

All Town of Clayton facilities will be closed Monday, Nov. 11 for Veterans Day.

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

The closures include Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library, Parks & Recreation's Clayton Community Center, The Clayton Cen... Read More


09/05/2019

FRIDAY MORNING UPDATE: Hurricane Dorian is in the rear view mirror for Clayton! We were lucky! No injuries reported, no car accidents, no power outages and only one tree down on O'Neil Street that was quickly cleaned up by our Clayton Fire Department. Roads and greenways are all passab... Read More


08/09/2019

How about that storm that passed through Wednesday night!? We didn’t have any power outages or limbs falling and breaking power lines - and we think a big part of that has to do with our annual tree-trimming program!

Starting Monday, August 12th and for the next several weeks, you’ll see ... 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


09/28/2018

We hope you will join us 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 1 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


09/16/2018

TUESDAY UPDATE! 

Our crews have been able to clear our trails and the greenways are back open!

Yard waste collection may take weeks to complete - please be patient! Click for more details! 

Clayton Spared Wrath of Florence

We suffered some power outages, some tree damage and now the Neuse Rive... Read More


08/03/2018

We hope you will join us 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 6 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


05/18/2018

We hope you will join us 6 p.m. Monday, May 21 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 highl... Read More


05/04/2018

We hope you will join us 6 p.m. Monday, May 7 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


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