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If you are looking for a place to live that will love you right back, then YOU belong in Clinton.Learn More
Proud Home of Mississippi College
Clinton is proud to be the home of Mississippi College, the oldest institute of higher learning in Mississippi.Learn More
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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...
Cruzin' Clinton Car Show
Cruzin' Clinton will be held on September 17 in Olde Towne! If you love old cars, or if you have one that you want to show off then this is an event you do not want to miss! clintonms.org/cruzin
An overview of the National Register and details of the Clinton Olde Towne Historic District will be presented at a public meeting at the Police and Municipal Court Building, 305 Monroe Street, Clinton, Mississippi, Mississippi on Monday, October 31, 2016 at 5:30pm. Staff from the Mississippi Department of Archives and History will be on hand to answer questions. For more information contact William M. Gatlin, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, at 601-576- 6951.