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Memorial Day Closures & Garbage Changes
On Monday, May 29, Town of Clayton offices, Utilities & Billing (Customer Service), Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library and the Clayton Community Center will be closed to observe the federal Memorial Day holiday. There will be no garbage, recycling or yard waste collection on Monday and the routes will be delayed by one day for rest of the week. Monday's routes will be run Tuesday, Tuesday's on Wednesday, Wednesday on Thursday, Thursday moves to Friday and Friday routes will be run on Saturday.
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Tell Us How Our Clayton Police Officers Are Doing!
The Clayton Police Department prides itself on professionalism and ensuring that we're responsive to our community. We want to know how we're doing...from you! PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO ANSWER THESE 8 SHORT QUESTIONS! We want to know what you think of our police service, our presence and our impact on crime. This is an anonymous survey and your name is NOT required. We appreciate your time and effort and will share the results at!
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Clayton Police will host Senior Citizen Safety Seminars on June 27
It’s a sad reality, but as adults get older, they become targets for scammers, swindlers and schemers who prey on their good nature in hopes of making a quick buck. To help seniors protect their financial and physical well-being, the Clayton Police Department will host two FREE Senior Citizen Safety Seminars on Tuesday, June 27.
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Town of Clayton Picked to Host 2018 NC Main Street Conference
We got it! The Town of Clayton and the Clayton Downtown Development Association are excited to announce that we’ve been selected to host the 2018 North Carolina Main Street Conference! Set to span three days next March, the conference will bring hundreds to Clayton from all over North Carolina!
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Two Greenway Sections Remain Closed
Two sections of our popular Clayton River Walk on the Neuse & Sam's Branch greenways remain closed for repairs. Having greenways along the river make for scenic trails, but the proximity to water brings challenges. Hurricane Matthew's flood waters took out a bridge and delayed repairs at a utility station along the river. Check the map for how you can get around these closures.
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Please DO NOT PUT PLASTIC BAGS in your recycling cart! Throw everything in loose - bottles, cans, paper - it can all be sorted at the recycling plant. But DO NOT PUT your recycling in plastic grocery bags or garbage bags! They can clog the sorting machines and SHUT DOWN the ENTIRE recycling plant! If drivers see plastic bags in your cart, they'll leave a notice that they could not pick up your cart.
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Clayton Water Quality Reports Available!
Our Annual Water Quality Reports for 2015 are now available! Click here for the most recent Town of Clayton Water Quality Report, which covers the majority of Town. We've also got a separate Town of Clayton North Water Quality Report, which covers customers who live in Riverwood Athletic Club. These reports cover all the testing that we have done from January 1 through December 31, 2015.
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Novo Nordisk Breaks Ground on $1.8 Billion Clayton Plant
It's a great day for Clayton! Danish drug maker Novo Nordisk broke ground March 28 on a $1.8 BILLION insulin plant at its Clayton campus. The construction alone will create 2,500 jobs, and the plant will employ almost 700 workers at an average salary of $68,000 when it opens in 2020. In his remarks, Mayor Jody McLeod reflected on the outstanding partnership Novo Nordisk and the Town of Clayton have forged over the past 20 years.
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