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Dennis-Nelson

Warden:
Dennis Nelson

Deputy Warden:
XBB Xổ số Việt Nam Randal Holsey

Phone: (770) 473-5777
Fax: (770) 473-5783

Refuse Control
Phone: (770) 477-3548

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All Code Enforcement operations (residential and commercial) have been moved and reorganized under the Clayton County Corrections Department as a division of.

The director of the Clayton County Corrections Department is warden Dennis Nelson and his phone number is 770-473-5777. 

The new Code Enforcement Division is under the command of Captain Sean Macdonald.

The current location at 1669 Flicker Road is still the public location for residential code enforcement.


Road of the Month


In addition to scheduled grass cutting days, once a month, a Corrections Department crew will be dispatched to one road that needs treatment and cleaning. “This is our community”, said Warden Dennis Nelson.XBB Xổ số Việt Nam"We want to keep it safe and clean. Help us keep Clayton County Clean.”

 


 AN URGENT MESSAGE FROM THE CLAYTON COUNTY PRISON

 The Clayton County Corrections Department (Prison), at the direction of the Georgia Department of Corrections has immediately ceased all family visitation with inmates, all religious and educational programs, and restricted all non-essential outside personnel from entering the Clayton County Prison facility. This action is due to the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation.

This action is currently scheduled to last until April 22, 2020 and is subject to ongoing re-evaluation and future directives.  

Warden – Clayton County Prison

March 13, 2020  


 

corrections_buildingThe Clayton County Corrections Department consists of the Clayton County Correctional Institute/Prison, the Refuse Control function, the Transportation and Development Grass-Cutting Section and all Code Enforcement operations (residential and commercial).

The consolidation occurred in 2009 in an effort to improve efficiency and eliminate duplicated resources. This gives the Corrections Department better control in overseeing the cleaning of county buildings and the upkeep of grounds and roads using inmate labor and court ordered community service workers.