Clay County

Clay County was created on June 16, 1870, and was named in honor of the Kentucky statesman Henry Clay.

Fast Facts

Founded: 1870
Population: 7,861
Total Area: 259 square miles
Water Area: 23 square miles
Density:  30.35 residents/square mile
County Seat: Celina - Population: 1,379
Largest City: Celina - Population: 1,379