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06/28/2018

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.!

All Star Waste Services will NOT run garbage, recycling or yard waste routes on July 4... Read More


06/22/2018

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 Thursday just before 11 a.m. to meet friends for a game of golf, when the NC Highway Patrol sa... Read More


06/15/2018

We hope you will join us 6 p.m. Monday, June 18 for the Clayton Town Council meeting at The Clayton Center/Town Hall, 111 East Second Street in Downtown Clayton.

Due to a procedural error, seven of the public hearings originally scheduled for Monday night will be postponed to July 16.&... Read More


06/08/2018

Got thoughts on how the state should prioritize spending to improve roads, trails and public transit in Clayton over the next decade? Now's you chance to tell the N.C. Department of Transportation!

From now until July 9, NCDOT is seeking public comment about transportation projects in the&nb... Read More


06/01/2018

We hope you will join us 6 p.m. Monday, June 4 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


05/31/2018

On Monday June 4th, Town Council will consider adoption of new rules that will designate certain specific roads for commercial truck traffic within Clayton's town limits and extraterritorial jurisdiction.  This meeting will begin at 6 pm and the public is welcome to attend and speak on the ... 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

Update 6-21-2018

You can view the full agenda packet online here for the special meeting set for 4:30 p.m. Monday, June 25 at The Clayton Center. Or, click here to download a PDF copy.

Based on the written analysis from Black & Veatch, comments received during the applicable notice perio... 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


05/03/2018

North Carolina transportation officials want the public’s feedback on the proposed plan to widen eight miles of heavily congested N.C. 42 in Johnston County.

The N.C. Department of Transportation plans to widen the two-lane highway west from U.S. 70 Business in Clayton to N.C. 50 (across I... Read More


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  • 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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