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Weekly Loose Leaf Collection Begins
THIS Monday, Oct. 2nd! 

If you're containerizing your leaves instead:
All Star WILL BE ENFORCING our 2015 Town Ordinance:

No more BLACK BAGS!&... Read More


In the dark of morning today, two Town of Clayton employees got up, gassed up and headed south to give back.

Luke Smith and Conner Franks are two Clayton Public Power linemen now heading to Florida to wade through a tangled mess of power lines and destruction to restore electricity to so many hurting... Read More


Starting this week, the Town of Clayton has moved to a percentage-based convenience fee for customers who use a credit card to pay utility bills. Credit card processors charge this fee for making the credit transfer possible, and the Town's former flat fee of $3.95 was no longer enough to cover ... Read More

Last Friday, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Raleigh took rainfall reports of more than 4 inches of rain drenching Clayton in less than an hour and a half! That left many parts of town flooded and drainage systems overwhelmed.
Just look at the blockage caused at one downtown home where pi... Read More


Clayton residents and businesses should beware of scam phone calls claiming to come from Duke Progress Energy or the Town of Clayton electrical department.

In the calls, the scammers are telling people they need to pay a deposit for their electric meters. The callers then threaten to turn off custome... Read More


Wouldn't you like to get a text warning you about thunderstorms heading to your home?  Or a tornado heading toward your child's school? 

How about an informational email when Hurricane Matthew knocked out water to our homes and we weren't sure it was safe to drink?

Sign up NOW fo... Read More


On Monday, May 29, 2017, Town of Clayton offices, Utilities & Billing (Customer Service) Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library, The Clayton Center and Parks & Recreation's Clayton Community Center will be closed to observe the Memorial Day holiday.  

Garbage, recycling and yard... Read More


There is SO much going on today - Saturday, April 29, 2017! Get rid of waste, walk for those with Alzheimer's, win a shopping spree and support local artists & businesses, and rock the block with awesome teens in our community! ALL FREE! 


Need to get rid of some household chemicals, old batteries or leftover medicine?

Drop them off at the Johnston County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, scheduled for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 29 at the Johnston County Livestock Arena. That’s located at 520 County Home Road, next ... Read More

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