Welcome to the Town of Clay
As Supervisor of the Town of Clay, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our community and to discover all that our Town has to offer.
The Town of Clay was originally settled in 1791 as part of the Central New York Military Tract and was previously known as West Cicero. It was carved out of the Town of Cicero in 1827 and named after "The Great Compromiser," Henry Clay.
Today, the Town of Clay is home to over 60,000 residents, making it the largest town in Onondaga County. We have numerous amenities, from top-notch park systems to access to miles and miles of waterways, to high-quality affordable housing. Our proximity to major interstates, airports and railway systems is distinctive and one of the reasons why Money Magazine named the Town of Clay one of the 100 best places to live in the country.
As Supervisor to the Town of Clay, I invite you to explore our website and the many opportunities available to its residents.
Fallen limbs & branches due to high winds
General | February 29, 2024
Beginning Monday, March 4th our highway department will begin picking up fallen limbs and branches from the high wind on 2/28 & 2/29.
We appreciate your patience and understanding.
BE AWARE OF SCAMS
General | February 27, 2024
BE AWARE OF SCAMS: We have received numerous phone calls of phishing/scam websites for passport applications/renewals.
The ONLY website for U.S. Passport information/applications or renewals is as follows:
Holiday - Offices Closed
Supervisor | February 24, 2024
Please note: The Town of Clay Highway Offices will close at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 29th and the Town Offices will close at 12:00 p.m. in honor of Good Friday.
Draft Mitigation Plan - Overland Drainage of Western Clay (including Willow Stream and Black Brant Dr.)
Supervisor | February 7, 2024
See attached draft mitigation and improvement plan for the overland drainage of Western Clay (including Willow Stream & Black Brant Drive).
Publish date: February 7, 2024; 4:16 P.M.
No Parking on Town Roads November 1st - April 1st, between 12am and 8am
Highway | December 4, 2023
No parking on town roads from November 1st – April 1st, between midnight and 8am.
Any vehicle parked during those hours will be towed to allow for plowing to continue.
For violations residents can contact the sheriff…read more
Information from the Open House Land Use Study Meeting held on: 11/29/23
General | December 4, 2023
FYI: Following is information from the Town of Clay's Open House Land Use Study Meeting held on 11/29/23, as well as a community survey. As more information becomes available, we will post accordingly.
The community… read more
2024 Adopted Town Budget & Budget Message
Supervisor | November 9, 2023
MICRON - Supervisor Ulatowski invites you to:
General | October 30, 2023
Take the Micron Community Engagement Survey!
We invite you to provide input on an exciting investment opportunity. As part of Micron's plans to bring leading-edge memory manufacturing to Central New York, Micron and New York…read more
Trash Collection and Importance of Covered Trash Containers
Supervisor | October 13, 2023
As a reminder, please be sure your trash containers have lids and the trash is covered at all times, especially during rainy weather. This extra water adds unnecessary weight which can result in an injury to yourself or someone else…read more
Delta Sonic Car Wash Systems, Inc - SEQR
General | July 28, 2023
Town of Clay Success Stories
Syracuse.com: Could Micron help Clay realize decades-old dream of a waterfront village?
January 24, 2023
Could Micron help Clay realize decades-old dream of a waterfront village?
Breaking Ground: J.W. Didado Electric
October 31, 2022
Wednesday, October 19, 2022 - Members from Onondaga County, the Town of Clay and others gathered on Wednesday to celebrate the groundbreaking of J.W.
Local leaders react to Micron coming to Clay
October 14, 2022
CLAY — For as long as Clay Town Supervisor Damian Ulatowski has served on the town board, local leaders have had a vision for White Pine Commerce Park on Route 31.
Town of Clay recognizes importance of water resources with LWRP
August 8, 2022
The Town of Clay recently received a grant from the New York State Department of State to prepare a plan to advance redevelopment of historic Three Rivers Point.
Town of Clay earns awards & important designations
August 8, 2022
The Town of Clay is proud to be an efficiently run, electorate-driven, and well-operated municipality.