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Downtown Traffic Changes

Traffic lights will be removed from the intersections of Carroll Street/Jernigan Street and Main Street/Jernigan Street. This will allow traffic to move freely on Carroll Street and Main Street. Please use caution and patience as we implement this new traffic change.

Perry Fire & Emergency Services Promotions

On April 20, 2021 Mayor and Council approved the reoganization of Perry Fire & Emergency Services and promotions of the fire executive staff. Assistant Fire Chief Kirk Crumpton has been with the fire department since 2004 and is responsible for fire department operations. He will directly oversee the Fire Captains, shift commanders, and direct policy and procedures for operations. He also manages the department’s logistics (uniforms, tools, equipment, etc.), and assists with...

Criminal Record Restriction Day

Criminal Record Restriction Day The Perry Police Department, Trust Initiative, and other participating agencies, are hosting Criminal Record Restriction Day on April 24, 2021 from 10:00 A.M.- 2:00 P.M. at the Perry Events Center. Your criminal record may be eligible for restriction if: You have not been convicted Certain misdemeanors while under the age of 21 Completed a pre-trial intervention (PTI)/diversion program Completed first offender case: sealed If your case...

Dogwood Derby Set For April 10 POSTPONED

UPDATE (April 9, 2021): Due to forecasted inclement weather, the Dogwood Derby is postponed. A rescheduled date for the event will be announced once available. Dogwood Derby Set for April 10 The official City of Perry Dogwood Derby will be held in Historic Downtown Perry on Saturday, April 10. The event is free to attend from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. An officially sanctioned Perry Dogwood Festival event, the public is invited to spend the morning watching derby cars of all...

Citizen Report | Fiscal Year 2020

Citizen Report | Fiscal Year 2020 Interested to see where your City taxpayer dollars went during the 2020 fiscal year? Our Citizen Report breaks down where money was spent in our community. View Report Note: The publication is best viewed in full screen mode.

Perry Police Arrest Aggravated Assault Suspect

Perry Police Arrest Aggravated Assault Suspect On April 1, 2021 at 1:00 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 1200-block of Jackson Lane in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival, officers determined that multiple shots were fired with two victims. One victim is 20 years old from Warner Robins and shot three times. The second victim is a 23-year-old from Warner Robins and shot once. Both victims were treated at Navicent Hospital in Macon. Officers arrested Turan D Lee (21 years old,...

Spring Cleanup to Collect Unwanted Items

The City of Perry will hold the annual Spring Cleanup April 26 – 30. Public Works staff will pick up items unwanted items at curbside such as household items, appliances, tires (4 per residence), and old paint (must be solidified with kitty litter or other absorbent). Items not accepted include hazardous materials, pesticides, chemical, or biohazard materials. Residents can place their unwanted items next to their trash cans during their normal scheduled pickup day. For...

Mandatory 10-Digit Dialing Effective October 2021

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) designated 988 as the new, nationwide, 3-digit phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. This designation requires all phone service providers to direct all 988 calls to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by July 16, 2022. To ensure all 988 calls reach the Lifeline, all covered providers are required to implement 10-digit dialing in areas that use 988 as the first three numbers in the seven-digit phone...

Perry Police Arrest Murder Suspect

"This is outstanding work by Squad 4 and a great example of going beyond the initial call. Our men and women do an outstanding job of taking the lead and running with it. This is what keeps Perry safe." - Chief Lynn Houston Home Journal Article

Creekwood SplashPad Getting A Fun Makeover!

The Creekwood SplashPad is getting a fun makeover! Our Building Maintenance Team is hard at work getting the SplashPad ready for a mid/late April opening! Creekwood SplashPad Information

State of Georgia Rental Assistance Program

The State of Georgia received $552 million from U.S. Treasury’s Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program to provide relief to those whose finances have been negatively impacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The money will be distributed directly to landlords/utility companies, and eligible applicants can receive up to 12-15 months of payment relief. More Information

Special Needs Community Egg Hunt

Join us for our annual FREE Special Needs Community Easter Egg Hunt on April 3 at Rozar Park (1060 Keith Drive)! All ages are welcome. Activities include inclusive hunting zones, photo opportunities, sensory friendly games and activities, breakfast food truck, family support services, and more! Siblings of participants are also invited to participate! Sign up and activities begin at 9:00 a.m. The egg hunt begins at 10:00 a.m. For more information, contact Nancy Graham at...

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