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The Direct H.I.R.E Project

Event Date: October 1, 2016  Learn More »»

Jeffrey E. Turner Chairman of Clayton County Board of Commissioners presents “The Direct H.I.R.E Project” in partnership with BB&T Bank at South Clayton Recreation Center on October 1, 2016 at 8:00 am, 10:00 am and 1:00 pm.

2nd Annual Networking Vendor Fair

News Date: October 25, 2016  Learn More »»

An opportunity for Clayton County Pre-qualified general contractors, certified SLBE contractors, and small local minority and women owned business enterprises to network and engage in team building, strategic partnership, joint ventures and subcontracting possibilities.

District 2 Fall Festival

Event Date: October 15, 2016  Learn More »»

Commissioner Gail Hambrick and the Parks & Recreation Department presents the Annual Fall Festival at Flat Shoals Park. This is a FREE event.

District 3 Fall Festival

Event Date: November 19, 2016  Learn More »»

Commissioner Shana M. Rooks and Clayton County Parks & Recreation invite you to attend a Fall Festival at Lovejoy Region Park on Saturday November 19, 2016 from 2:00 - 5:00pm. 

Breast Cancer Walk

Event Date: October 8, 2016  Learn More »»

Chairman Jeffrey E. Turner & Clayton County Parks & Recreation invite you to join in the 2016 Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday, October 8, 2016.

South Clayton Job Fair

Event Date: September 27, 2016  Learn More »»

Explore your career goals at the South Clayton Job Fair, in collaboration with Harvesttime Apostolic Ministries, Clayton County Parks and Recreation, and the Georgia Department of Labor.

Clayton County Youth Commission

News Date: September 6, 2016  Learn More »»

The Clayton County Board of Commissioners is proud of it's Youth Commissioners, and values their voices in matters involving this County's youth. Please take a moment to visit the Youth Commissions web page.

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Report Non-Emergency Issues on Click Clayton

News Date: May 17, 2016  Learn More »»

Report and follow non-emergency neighborhood issues with this free mobile app.

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