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02/15/2017

From Monday, Feb. 27, 2017 through early April, residents in and around Clayton may notice the scent of chlorine coming from their tap water.

This is normal.

Your water will still be safe to drink and use for cooking, bathing and all other household purposes.

So what’s going on?

Once a year, ... Read More


02/01/2017

Bring the magic of books alive with a new digital resource available from Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library, the Town of Clayton’s municipal library. 

Starting today, you’ll be able to access more than 3,000 eBooks, 689 audiobooks and 37 streaming videos and Read-Along’s&hellip... Read More


02/01/2017

Got thoughts on how the Town of Clayton spends money?

Come tell the Clayton Town Council during a special budgetary public hearing 6:30 p.m. Monday at The Clayton Center, 111 East Second Street.

As Town begins to budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, Town leaders have decided to open the floor ... Read More


01/30/2017

Hiring a police chief is one of the most important decisions any Town will make – a decision that’s critical to the future of a community. That’s why the Town of Clayton is asking the public to participate in the hiring of a new leader to replace Police Chief R.W. Bridges, who will... Read More


01/11/2017

All Town of Clayton facilities will be closed Monday, Jan. 16 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Emergency police, fire and rescue services may be reached by calling 9-1-1.

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


01/11/2017

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


12/23/2016

IS THE TOWN OF CLAYTON CLOSED FOR CHRISTMAS?  

Town of Clayton facilities will be CLOSED Friday, Dec. 23 through Tuesday, Dec. 27 - re-opening on Wednesday, Dec. 28.  

WHAT ABOUT NEW YEAR'S? 

We'll also be CLOSED Monday, January 2, for New Year's - re-opening Tuesday, January... Read More


11/18/2016

Getting ready for Thanksgiving? Here’s what you need to know from the Town of Clayton.

All of our facilities will be closed Thursday for the holiday, and they will remain closed until Monday, Nov. 28. That includes The Clayton Center, Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library, the C... Read More


11/09/2016

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

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

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


11/09/2016

Town of Clayton voters approved two referendums last night that will allow both on- and off-premise sales of malt beverages (beer) and unfortified wine in Clayton.

Now, businesses other than restaurants – such as wine or beer stores – can sell beer or wine for on-site consumption.

The move... Read More


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