All work and no play will make a boy - and a city - dull. That certainly isn't the case in the city of Clay. Our city has many venues for people to enjoy their leisure time. The choices vary from the athletic to the passive.
For information about the parks, contact Administrative Assistant Andrea Self.
The city of Clay Park and Recreation Board makes recommendations to the council concerning the city's park properties.
The Clay City Park is still under construction at 7257 Old Springville Road, but it already has state-of-the-art ballfields. Currently, four baseball fields and one soccer / football field at the Clay City Park are the main place for little league sports. Newest additions include a playground and a concession stand for the soccer / football field, in addition to the state-of-the-art concession stand for the baseball fields.
The plan for the park includes a walking path beside the creek in the center of the park, along with more fields and a bicycle motorcross track.
The Clay Community Center at 6415 Clay-Palmerdale Road, constructed in 2005, is a perfect place for your reception, party or reunion. It is also currently used for the Clay City Council meetings. The rental cost to Clay residents is $200.
The rental form and deposit must be turned into Clay City Hall a week before the event. Anyone who rents the center is responsible for the clean-up after the event.