Clay Community Center

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The Clay Community Center is located in Clay at 6411 Clay-Palmerdale Road, adjacent to the Center Point Fire Station No. 4. The center was completed in August 2006 to serve as a replacement for an aging center demolished to make way for the new center.

Designed by Thompson Architecture and constructed by B&B Construction, the 4,400 square foot building took six months to complete at a cost of $437,000. The center features a large meeting room, two handicapped accessible restrooms, a small kitchen area and a storage room. The center is available for both public and private functions.

The center was formally opened to the public on September 11, 2006.

[edit] References

  • Debro, Anita (September 06, 2006) "Clay schedules open house for new community center". Birmingham News.
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