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Adult Softball Registration - Spring 2021

Leisure Services is hosting Adult Softball registration from February 22 – March 5. Team registration only. Participants must be 16 years old or older. Only 22 teams will be registered. Registration is $480 per team and may be paid by credit, debit, or check. Cash is not accepted. Register at Rozar Park (1060 Keith Drive) Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For additional information, please contact Leisure Services at 478-988-2860.



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T-Ball Registration - Spring 2021

Leisure Services is hosting T-Ball registration from February 22 – March 12. Participants must be 3-6 years old (age control date is August 31, 2021). A parent or legal guardian must register the participant and provide a birth certificate. Registration is $46.00 and may be paid by credit, debit, or check. Cash is not accepted. Register at Rozar Park (1060 Keith Drive) Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For additional information, please contact Leisure...



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Baseball Registration - Spring 2021

Leisure Services is hosting baseball registration from February 22 – March 12. Participants must be 7-12 years old (age control date is August 31, 2021). A parent or legal guardian must register the participant and provide a birth certificate. Registration is $79.00 and may be paid by credit, debit, or check. Cash is not accepted. Register at Rozar Park (1060 Keith Drive) Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For additional information, please contact Leisure...



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Mossy Creek Natural Announces Expansion

Mossy Creek Natural announced the business is expanding to a second studio at Ball Street Crossing as a makerspace to keep the 915 Carroll Street store stocked with locally-made products. Mossy Creek Natural is a minority-owned bath and body business in Downtown Perry. In 2020, sales grew 33% and space limitations in the retail building caused difficulty in keeping products on the shelves. City of Perry Economic Development staff helped facilitate the expansion by helping business...



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Perry Fire & Emergency Services Recognized With Life Saving Award

Mayor and Council recognized members of the City of Perry Fire & Emergency Services with the Life Saving award for their response to a gunshot wound victim in January. Perry Police Department officers apprehended the suspect shortly after the incident. Battalion Chief Charles Mundy, Captain Kenneth Genthner, Lieutenant Gerald Michel, Sergeant Brian Banks, Sergeant Jonathan Yoder, and Firefighters Kyle Newsome, Nadad Jeanjulien, Jeremy Douglas, and Keion Johnson were among those...



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Perry Police Hosts Crisis Intervention Training

The Perry Police Department was proud to host the Georgia Crisis Intervention Team Training instructed by the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in February. This intensive, 40-hour five day training prepares law enforcement officers and other public safety personnel with the skills to assist those with mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, developmental disorders, or other brain disorders who are in crisis. Officers were trained to continue the advancement of...



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Perry in 5 | February 2021

This month in Perry in 5 we discuss celebrating Black History Month, the Sites & Buildings database launch, the latest on the CIty’s COVID-19 adjustments, and the Rural Zone successes.



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City of Perry Celebrates Distinguished African Americans During Black History Month

The City of Perry is celebrating Black History Month by recognizing distinguished African Americans who made an impact on Perry. Banners celebrating prominent Perry natives are placed along Historic Downtown Perry and General Courtney Hodges Boulevard with their picture and lists significant contributions to the community. Council Member Phyllis Bynum-Grace spearheaded this project and worked with City staff to make this recognition a reality. Her mission was to connect all...



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City Hires Downtown Manager

The City of Perry is thrilled to welcome Ms. Jazmin Thomas as the new Downtown Manager. An integral part of the Perry team, Ms. Thomas will be the “eyes and ears” of the City in the Downtown Development District. She will serve as the liaison between the City and District property owners, businesses, and visitors. “Our historic downtown is at the heart of what makes Perry a great place to live, work, and play. We’re excited for Ms. Thomas to continue the great work of promoting...



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Rozar Park Playground Closed Due to Construction

Beginning Monday, January 25 the Rozar Park playground will be closed due to construction. The closure is expected to last for two weeks. In the meantime, we invite you to explore one of our other fantastic parks! Barbara Calhoun Park (1802 Tucker Road) features a tennis court, small playground area, and picnic tables. Creekwood Park (110 Ida Lasseter Circle) has a large playground and picnic area, Traffic Park, and White Tail Trail linking to Perry’s beautiful nature trail...



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Virtual Work Session & Council Meeting | February 1-2, 2021

Due to COVID-19 concerns – the February 1, 2021 work session and February 2, 2021 council meeting will be closed to general public attendance. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 50-14-1(g), the meetings are available to the public via teleconference and Facebook live streaming. The meetings begin at 5:00 p.m. To join the meeting by phone: Dial (425) 436-6367 Access Code: 850369 If you choose this option, you will need to mute your phone. To join the meeting by Facebook. This will allow you...



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COVID-19 Adjustments

Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Houston County- we are implementing adjustments to City services. The adjustments are anticipated to last through January 2021 and then reassessed. City’s COVID-19 protocols



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