Advisory | Water Main Repairs | April 21, 2020

April 21, 2020

April 22, 2020   ADVISORY UPDATE Water service restored to the Brookhaven Subdivision and Haven Way.  Residents in the area will be under a boil water notice for at least 24 hours.  

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Gov. Kemp Issues New Executive Order | April 20, 2020

April 21, 2020

Governor Kemp issued a new Executive Order regarding reopening businesses and the state’s Shelter in Place order. Here are the highlights: ✔️ Reopens certain businesses beginning Friday, April 24, 2020 but with limitations. ✔️ Georgia’s Shelter in Place order is expected to end April 30, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. ✔️ Restaurants may resume limited dine in service on Monday, April 27, 2020. ✔️ Bars and nightclubs are to remain closed. Read the entire Executive Order at https://bit.ly/2yxbrdD. As always – the health and safety of our citizens, businesses, and visitors remain a top priority. 📌 All City events continue to be cancelled through June. 📌 Hand washing and social distancing are still highly encouraged. 📌 Up-to-date information regarding City services may be found at www.perry-ga.gov/covid-19-information/.  

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Council Meeting | April 21, 2020

April 20, 2020

The regularly schedule Perry City Council meeting will begin at 6:00 pm. on Tuesday, April 21. The meeting will be streamed on the City’s Facebook page and through teleconference. City of Perry Facebook Page | Click here. Teleconference call-in information +1 978-364-3683‬ PIN: ‪721 676 237‬#

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Council Meetings | Location Change

April 17, 2020

Effective with the April 21, 2020 meeting, Perry City Council meetings will be held in the Houston County Courthouse jury meeting room located at 201 Perry Parkway at 6 p.m.   We will continue to stream our meetings live on Facebook and through teleconferencing.

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Perry Main Street Program Small Business Resiliency Grant

April 16, 2020

The Perry Main Street Advisory Board is administering the Perry Main Street Program Small Business Resiliency Grant fund created in response to the COVID-19 world health emergency and pandemic. The Resiliency Fund is intended to support small businesses and their employees in the downtown district of Perry who are significantly impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. The Main Street Program is making available one-time grants (not to exceed amounts of $500) to small businesses located in the Perry Downtown District to offset expenses during the COVID-19 outbreak. This grant is intended to support small businesses and their employees. The Main Street Program will determine, in its sole discretion, how to allocate available funds based on review of the eligibility criteria listed below: ● The business must be located within the downtown Perry District. ● The business must have experienced significant reduction in staffing capacity or in working capital due to the COVID-19 outbreak. ● The business must have less than 10 Full time and/or part time employees. ● The business must be able to show how the grant funding will be used (i.e. maintain employees on payroll, delivery of goods to customers, changing business model, etc.). ● The amount of grant funding awarded will be made upon applicant’s submission of receipts for eligible project costs. More information and application

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Council Meeting | April 7, 2020

April 7, 2020

The regularly schedule Perry City Council meeting will begin at 6:00 pm. on Tuesday, April 7. The meeting will be streamed on the City’s Facebook page and through teleconference. City of Perry Facebook Page | Click here. Teleconference call-in information +1 352-462-5072‬ PIN: ‪567 681 265‬#

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Governor Kemp’s Executive Order Information

April 3, 2020

Governor Kemp’s shelter-in-place order begins today at 6:00 p.m. and extends through April 30 at 11:59 p.m. The order states residents must stay home unless engaging in essential services, performing necessary travel, performing minimum basic operations, or are those part of the critical infrastructure work force. Essential Services means obtaining necessary supplies or services for your household. This includes traveling to the grocery store, medical appointments, and pharmacies. You may also travel to pick up food or have it delivered to your house. You may also leave your house in the event of an emergency. Necessary travel means the travel required for someone to conduct or participate in essential services, minimum basic operations, or work for Critical Infrastructure. Read the Governor’s full order: bit.ly/2UXhUGi Governor’s Office COVID-19 information: bit.ly/2RarR1T Critical Infrastructure information: bit.ly/3bLIOaM Specific questions regarding this order should be directed to the Georgia Hotline by calling 844-442-2681. Updates will be provided as specific guidance from the Governor’s Office is received. Learn more about our response to COVID-19. A curfew is NOT in place at this time. The City remains open for business and is here to serve you.

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