City of Clinton

Fresh At Five

Fresh At Five

Fresh at Five is a weekly summer farmer's market held every Tuesday in June, July, and August at 5:00 p.m. in Olde Towne for fresh, locally-grown fruits and veggies.

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Home of World Class Internet

Home of World Class Internet

Clinton is one of a handfull of cities with 1 gigabit internet speeds for business and residential customers.

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Fun Belongs Here

Fun Belongs Here

Clinton strives to continuously improve the quality of life for its citizens by providing leisure programs that are fun and promote healthy lifestyles.

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Business Belongs Here

Business Belongs Here

Clinton is ideally situated for business growth and prosperity.

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You Belong Here

Family Belongs Here

Designated as a Mississippi Main Street City, a Mississippi Most Livable City, and a Certified Retirement City, Clinton is truly Mississippi's Family City and one of the premier cities in the state.

Business Belongs Here

The City of Clinton is ideally situated for business growth and prosperity, being located on major interstate thoroughfares in the central portion of Mississippi and adjacent to the capital city of Jackson.

Upcoming Events

Line Dancing

1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Beginner's Line Dancing

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Blood Drive: Battle of the Badges

9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

News & Announcements

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The City of Clinton takes great pride in staying connected to our residents, businesses and visitors. Please register for our e-newsletter by clicking here.

Water Department E-bill

E-billing from the Clinton Water Department is now available. Residents may choose to receive their water bills via email, paper or both. Register online at www.clintonms.org/billing

Riot of 1875 Historical Marker Placement

On September 3-4, 2015, the city of Clinton will host two events in commemoration of the Riot of 1875 with placement of a new Historical Marker, including dramatic readings of “voices” of the Clinton Riot, and a symposium on history and race relations.

On Friday, September 4, 2015 beginning at 10 A.M. the city will unveil the historical marker with a ceremony and dramatic reading of historical accounts from the riot as well as the reading of the names of those lost in the ensuing violence of the riot of 1875. Voices of the Clinton riot includes firsthand accounts taken from, congressional reports, newspaper editorials, diaries and other written sources, accounts include Charles Caldwell, a prominent African-American political leader, and George Harper editor of the Hinds County Gazette.

Marker unveiling will take place on the corner of W. Leake and Jefferson Streets in Olde Towne Clinton beginning at 10 A.M. on Friday, September 4.


On Thursday, September 3, 2015 from 6-8 P.M. in Swor Auditorium at Mississippi College the history Committee will host a symposium titled: Using the Past to Bridge a Future of Understanding and Reconciliation. Symposium participants include: Dr. Walter Howell, Robert Clark, Justice James Graves, Honorable William F. Winter, Rev. Neddie Winters, Dr. Susan Glisson and Ottawa Carter.

Proposed FY 2016 Budget

Mayor Fisher and the Board have completed the proposed 2016 Budget. During the September 15 Board meeting the Budget will be approved. Click here to view the proposed budget and explanation. This year's municipal budget does not include any millage increases.