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Posted on: March 29, 2022

Section of Sam’s Branch Greenway closing Monday, April 18

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Beginning Monday, April 18, the section of the Sam’s Branch Greenway between Covered Bridge Road and the Ashcroft Subdivision will be closing to the public.  

The closure is needed as a public safety measure, while a new transmission pipeline is p...

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Posted on: January 4, 2022

What's New in 2022 at Clayton Parks and Recreation!

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Happy New Year! Start your new year off right at Clayton Parks and Recreation.

We offer group fitness classes for every level of experience. From total body toning to line dancing for beginners, you will be sure to reach your new year goals here!

Our new Tr...

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Posted on: November 22, 2016

Municipal Park Ground Breaking

Municipal Park Ground Breaking

On December 9, 2021, Clayton Parks and Recreation officially broke ground on the new Municipal Park. The park is being renovated by Balfour Beatty and is scheduled to be completed by Summer 2022.It will feature a brand-new playground, splash pad, two new ...
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Posted on: November 22, 2016

Dean Penny receives the Larry Bailey Award

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Congratulations to Dean Penny for receiving the Larry Bailey Award on behalf of the Clayton Community Recreation Foundation. 

Mr. Penny has been on the Clayton Community Recreation Foundation board for over 15 years and is the forerunner for the C...

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Posted on: November 22, 2016

Proposed Municipal Park improvements

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On Wednesday, November 10, a special Town Council meeting was held to address the proposed Municipal Park improvements and the progress of Clayton's Parks and Recreation Bond. 

Here are two images that were presented to Council during the...

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Posted on: March 3, 2022

East Clayton Community Park begins $6.2 million upgrade

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Major renovations are officially underway at the 65-acre East Clayton Community Park. 

The park will receive $6.2 Million in upgrades including two lighted artificial turf fields, expanded parking, and accessibility improvements as part of the $18...

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