Public Safety Emergency Procedure

September 10, 2017

Public Safety Emergency Procedure In the event that the Hurricane Irma storm creates sustained winds of forty (40) miles per hour or more in the City of Perry, no Public Safety personnel (Police Department, Fire Department, Public Works) will be dispatched for service calls, unless the call is life-threatening. The safety of all Perry citizens, guests and visitors is of paramount importance. Thank you for your understanding. Please limit travel to essential trips only, and starting after dark tonight, not at all except for emergencies. Please stay safe.

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IRMA FAQ

September 10, 2017

IRMA Update: Sunday, Sept. 10 Noon FAQ- Trash Pickup- City of Perry will not be picking up waste on Monday. We recommend to secure your trashcans and recycling bins as best as possible to avoid damage, blown trash, etc. Shelters- Any available shelters are being coordinated through American Red Cross. Please contact them with questions or concerns. Curfew- City of Perry has not declared a curfew. If a curfew is put in place, we will update you immediately. Please everyone stay safe and be diligent. If you have an emergency, please call 911. We will continue to provide local updates on our Facebook page and website.

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Declaration of Local Emergency

September 9, 2017

IRMA Update: DECLARATION OF LOCAL EMERGENCY With the impending arrival of Hurricane Irma, the City of Perry is in a state of emergency as of 8:00 PM this evening in conjunction with Warner Robins, Centerville, and Houston County. Declaring means we will quality for federal and state aid before, during and after the impending storm and will also set certain guidelines.  

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City of Perry Offices Closed Monday

September 9, 2017

City of Perry offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 11, 2017 due to inclement weather.  If you have an emergency, please call 911.

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Hurricane Irma Local Weather Update

September 8, 2017

IRMA Local Weather Update: The most recent forecast indicates that our area will be significantly impacted by Hurricane Irma. The storm will reach us as early as late Sunday, but will most likely be here early Monday. We are advising our citizens to prepare NOW and not to wait. As a minimum, you should have drinking water, non-perishable food, and medication. When the weather arrives in our area, we request you find shelter inside, and do not go outside unless it is a dire emergency. City personnel will be on duty to handle all emergency issues as they arise. If you have an emergency, always CALL 911. If you have questions concerning shelters, please call American Red Cross at 478-743-8671.

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