Let’s Meet Up and Talk Park-Public Forum

January 29, 2019

Let’s meet up and talk park at the Public Forum on Feb. 21.  Join us at City Hall in the Council Chambers at 6:00 p.m. to discuss the new park the city recently purchased (formerly known as Cherokee Pines).  Come as you are and bring your park ideas and names.

Read more

New 24/7 Kiosk at City Hall

January 18, 2019

Our Kiosk, JACK, has arrived at City Hall.  You may pay 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with Debit, Credit, Cash and Check.  Money orders should be treated as checks.  The Kiosk accepts bills only and does not give change.  Any over payment will be applied to your next bill.  If you need help with the JACK system, the customer service staff will be happy to assist you during business hours.  After hours, you may call the support number on the Kiosk.

Read more

BOOST winners announced

January 7, 2019

The latest recipients of a crowd-funded grant to “BOOST” downtown Perry’s businesses have been announced. BOOST Downtown Perry is an investment group that provides micro-grants to entrepreneurs and owners of small businesses in the downtown development district. Investors, known as BOOSTers, donate the program’s funds and vote on applications. During the surprise notifications on January 4 and January 7, two companies were awarded $500 each. Recollections by Lynn, located at 745 Main St., was awarded the funds to assist with advertising costs. Gottwals Books, located at 909 Carroll St, was awarded funds to help pay for new glass doors. These awards bring the total grants awarded to downtown Perry businesses to date to $10,400. The program was established in 2015. Previous recipients include Bodega Brew, Cory Allen Jones, Summit Physical Therapy, Davida’s Hair Salon, Tumblecheer Heroes, Mia’s Skincare Salon, Liberty Tax Service, Gentry Downtown Market, Two of a Kind, Eyewear Boutique, Central Computer Services, Shirts Like Mine and Mossy Creek Soap. Applicants may apply for funds for purchasing supplies, business equipment, marketing and advertising, a security system or eligible professional services. BOOST grants are awarded twice annually following a brief application window. The Perry Downtown Development Authority, the Economic Vitality Committee of Perry’s Main Street program, oversees the program. For more information, contact Perry Economic Development Director Ashley Hardin at (478) 988-2755 or ashley.hardin@perry-ga.gov or visit www.perry-ga.gov/economic-development/downtown-development-authority/boost-investment-group/.

Read more