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FREE Downtown Movie Night in Town Square, Friday, Aug. 23
How about a FREE movie under the stars! Join us Friday, Aug. 23 in Downtown Clayton, NC! Enjoy Bumblebee Movie Night at Town Square! This futuristic Transformer movie is the story of a good-natured, yellow Autobot who communicates through songs on the radio. Bring your Transformer figures! We'll have face-painting, balloon animals, a bouncy house, and games for the whole family. Enjoy Sweet Southern SnoBalls, Venero's Pizzeria & Catering, Poblanos Tacos and More, Kettle Korn and Nikki's Snacks! This FREE movie is brought to you by the Clayton Downtown Development Association and Clayton Steakhouse! Rated PG-13 for some sci-fi action violence.
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Annual Tree-Trimming to Begin Monday, August 12
Starting Monday, August 12th and for the next several weeks, you’ll see professional tree trimming crews from Asplundh Tree Expert, LLC in Clayton's neighborhoods. Our top goal at Clayton Public Power is to provide you safe, reliable, affordable power – and keep your lights on at all times! Tree limbs and branches that overhang power lines are the major cause of widespread power outages after wind, rain or ice storms. The tree-trimming crews will be starting at Lombard Street and moving west toward O’Neil in the northern sections of town. Click to see a map and find out more!
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Latest Clayton Water Quality Reports Available!
2017 Water Quality Report Results
Our Annual Water Quality Reports for 2018 are now available! Click here for the most recent Town of Clayton Water Quality Report, which covers the majority of Town. There's a separate Town of Clayton NORTH Water Quality Report, which covers customers who live in Riverwood Athletic Club area. These reports cover all the testing that we have done from January 1 through December 31, 2018.
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Council Approves Historic Budget
Town Council marked Clayton's historic transition from a small to medium-sized town with the 4-1 passage of the 2019 Fiscal Year Budget, which will leverage $70 million dollars of investments in streets, public safety, and parks and recreation over the next decade. The budget, which holds the Clayton tax rate at $0.58, coincides with the state-mandated Johnston County revaluation year, which brought up property values throughout the area and will result in higher annual tax bills. This budget is expected to impact the average Clayton resident by adding about $28.66 more a month in increased utility and Clayton property taxes.
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Clayton's Sesquicentennial Year is Underway!
Thank you to everyone who joined us April 12-13th to kick off Clayton's 150th year! We can't thank Clayton High School enough for giving thousands of people shelter from the rain for our big birthday party! Last weekend was just the beginning of the celebration! There are events planned through the year. Do you or your organization have an idea you'd like promoted on the Clayton150.org website? Let's get it on the Sesquicentennial Calendar!
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Latest News
  • The Neuse River Futbol Alliance is bringing together nine different area schools next week to battle it out on the soccer fields at East Clayton Community Park! The 2019 Neuse River Cup opens Mo...

  • 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-...

  • We’ve done it yet again! Clayton's Finance Department has won the industry's highest award for the 18th year in a row. The Department's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for last fisc...

  • 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 receivi...

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