Resources & Community Info

    • American Red Cross

      Alli Trask
      100 Edgewood Rd., Asheville, NC 28804
      Disaster relief at home and abroad, CPR certification and first aid courses, blood donation and emergency preparedness.The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need. Our network of generous donors, volunteers and employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering, here at home and around the world.

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    • Blue Ridge Mountain EMC

      Fax: 706-379-4834
      Customer Service

      875 Main St East, Young Harris, GA 30582

      Blue Ridge Mountain EMC has provided the residents of Clay County and the surrounding area with affordable, reliable electric service since 1938. BRMEMC is a distributor of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) power, and served over 48,000 customers in the region by the end of 2008. BRMEMC provides broadband Internet (voice, video & data), lightening protection, energy right new home inspections, heat pump financing, water heater maintenance, pagers and a number of other important resources to our members.

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    • 0-ccgov-300x200Clay County Government
      Paul Leek

      Po Box 118, Hayesville, NC 28904


      Clay County has often been called “the best kept secret in North Carolina.” With the beautiful Lake Chatuge, grand mountain views, and quiet town of Hayesville, it truly is a great place to live. As commissioners, we strive to preserve the heritage of Clay County as the community grows economically. With growth comes change, but fortunately Clay County hasn’t lost its small-town feel. Whether you’re a tourist or someone planning on becoming a full-time resident, we are here to help! With a tremendous educational system and limitless activities, Clay County offers something for everyone. The secret is out! Please join us as we grow and work to keep Clay County great!

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      Clay County Sheriff’s Office
      295 Courthouse Dr
      Hayesville, NC
      (828) 389-6354

      I consider it my duty as Sheriff to see that the citizens of Clay County are provided the very best service we can and strive to earn the trust you have placed in all of us. All of the employees of the CCSO take pride in our jobs and never forget that we and our families are also part of the community that we are sworn to keep safe.

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    • Industrial Opportunities Inc.
      Harry Baughn
      Fax: 828-321-4784

      PO Box 1649, 2586 Hwy 19,Andrews, NC 28901

      A growing, non-profit organization serving adults with disabilities from Cherokee, Clay and Graham Counties in North Carolina. Our Mission: We believe that individuals have a right to economic opportunity and personal development. The Board of Directors and staff actively incorporate this concept: through meaningful, satisfying work, people are able to live more independently, successfully and productively. We believe that every individual has a right to respect, equal opportunity and gainful employment. Our quality statement reflects the general attitude of our staff, employees and clients towards achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction – our future depends on it!

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    • Town of Hayesville

      Harry Baughn, Mayor

      PO Box 235,Hayesville,NC 28904

      As the county seat of Clay County , Hayesville combines small-town charm with the beauty of mountains, lakes, rivers and streams. Opportunities for camping, golf, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and water sports are plentiful.

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