Helpful Links & Resources

Need Help Paying Bills?

There are several helpful resources and community organizations that can assist.

Medical Seal Program

Do you have a chronic or critical health concern that makes you reliant on electrical devices in your home? If we have unplanned power outages, this medical seal program will make you a high priority to have your power restored! Fill out the application here (PDF) or find out more about this program.

Fees and Charges

From electric rates to picnic shelter rental rates, all of the Town's fees for various services are listed in the Comprehensive List of Fees and Charges (PDF).

Save Money

Find some great, easy-to-follow tips to help reduce your costs and your consumption!


When the power goes out in the Town of Clayton, phones ring off the hook. Everybody wants to know when it's coming back on.

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Additional Safety Tips

  • Check for electrical damage inside your home, such as frayed wires, sparks or the smell of burning insulation. If you find damage outside your home, such as to your meter box, don't turn your power on until an electrician inspects your system and makes necessary repairs.
  • Do not connect a generator directly to your home's electrical system. It is dangerous to you, your neighbors and utility workers. Follow the manufacturer's directions regarding connecting appliances directly to your generator. Use a generator only in a well-ventilated area.