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Geographic Information System (GIS) - helping make informed decisions about Clayton and its future!

The Town of Clayton's Geographic Information System team (or GIS team) works to allow the public and our staff to analyze the physical features of our Town - like streets, rivers, and utility lines - to help guide development and growth decisions. The data and maps that this team maintains and creates can help us examine the right path for new water and sewer lines, predict storm water runoff patterns and determine appropriate preventative measures, and can help us identify appropriate policies for planning and economic development. This team's talent and technology let us visualize, question, analyze, and interpret data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends. 

You can download maps or purchase copies from the Planning Department. Online maps are updated regularly, but are not guaranteed to be the most recent. Area plans and special project plans also include maps. 

 

Official Zoning Map

 

Official Overlay Zoning Map

 

Proposed Future Land Use Map

Town Limits & ETJ Boundary Map

 

JCMH/HWY 42 Small Area Plan Map

East Clayton Trails Map

Downtown Overlay District

Downtown Clayton Primary Fire District

Claytex Fire District

Water District Boundaries

Bicycle Plan Areas

 
Latest News
  • We hope you will join us 6 p.m. Monday, July 16 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 pa...

  • On Monday, Clayton Police are switching to a more traditional municipal police uniform: all Navy-Blue!   We’ve been testing different uniforms for nearly a year now – running sample uniforms throug...

  • Our Annual Water Quality Reports for 2017 are now available! Click here for the 2017 Town of Clayton Water Quality Report , which covers the majority of Town.  Click here for the 2017 Town of Clay...

  • All Town of Clayton facilities will be  closed Wednesday, July 4 for Independence Day  – except for Municipal Park, where our 38th annual July 4th Celebration and Fireworks begins at 4 p.m.! ...

  • Town of Clayton leaders and staff are mourning the passing of former Planning Director James “Skip” Browder. According to reports from family and friends, Browder, 72, was driving to Oak Island Thurs...

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