Located on Hwy 63 in the southeast corner of Polk County, the Village of Clayton, WI is home to 571 (2010 census) residents and hosts a variety of opportunities for all ages within its community.
As the "Home of the Bears", the Clayton School District is nestled in this community and comprised of a 4K-12 school building with approximately 400 students and 47 certified staff members.
The Clayton Village Board is very proactive to opportunity. Industry, manufacturing, retail, and commercial businesses are located throughout the area.
A recent large addition to the wastewater treatment plant provides modern utilities for residents using water and sewer department services. An active industrial park and TIF district encourages development and is the perfect spot for businesses looking for a place to grow.
Year-round events, festivals, and recreational activities take place in Clayton and the surrounding area. ATV, mountain bike, and snowmobile trails thread through the area, with maps available locally. Lake Camelia, Lake Magnor, and Moon Lake include a mix of public boat landings, picnic areas, and public docks.
Our Vision Statement: To enhance small-town atmosphere and continue to provide updated, quality services to support growth and opportunities.
For more information, please contact the Village of Clayton office at 715.948.2460 or complete the form below - We'd love to hear from you!
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