Clinton welcomes Continental's new Commercial vehicle Tire plant.Learn More
Learning Belongs Here
Mississippi's #1 ranked public school district, two outstanding academies and Mississippi’s oldest university underscore the long held commitment to education in Clinton.Learn More
You Belong Here
If you are looking for a place to live that will love you right back, then YOU belong in Clinton.Learn More
You Belong Here
From locally owned boutique shops to nationally respected retail outlets, Clinton has a retail opportunity to meet almost any need.
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.
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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
Clinton Police are adding an extra layer of security for residents traveling during the holidays. House Watch is a police service that helps protect unoccupied homes while Clinton residents are away. Police will inspect homes periodically to help ensure their security. To enroll, click here...
Red Brick Roads Art and Music Fest
Red Brick Roads is an outdoor concert and artist showcase that will take place on the historic brick streets of Olde Towne Clinton on August 26th and 27th. Along with over 30 craft beers, availble to enjoy in the Beer Garden, Red Brick Roads will feature local singer songwriters and regional bands, visual and interactive art, food, and more. This Project is partially funded by a grant through Visit Mississippi. Learn more at RedBrickRoads.com
Hazard Mitigation Plan Review
The city of Clinton has been working to update Clinton's Hazard Mitigation Plan. The purpose of this plan is to identify natural hazards that affect the community and identify actions the community can take to climinate or reduce the risks identified. Members of the community are encouraged to provide comments on the contents of this plan by reviewing a copy of the plan. Public copies of the plan can be reviewed at Clinton City Hall, 300 Jefferson Street during normal business hours 98 A.M. - 5 P.M.