City purchases 61 acres for new park

December 5, 2018

The City of Perry is pleased to announce the purchase of 61.355 acres from Cherokee Pines Country Club and Fitness Center, Inc.  Mayor and Council have committed to investing in quality of life amenities in the City of Perry and this purchase is a continuation of their long term strategy to add parks, trails and greenspace for the city.  This project was initiated by Councilman Robert Jones after requests from the residents of that district.  In agreement, the City wants to preserve it from future development and provide the first ever park for that area of Perry. It will be used for passive greenspace, walking trails, low impact activities and more.  Through the generosity of Marty Myers it was purchased for approximately $797,600.  Following their strategic plan and focus on recreational and leisure opportunities, the City is investing nearly $6 million dollars in parks and public spaces. These investments are bolstered by Perry’s growing population.  

Read more

Food Truck Friday on Aug. 10

August 3, 2018

Join us in Downtown Perry on August 10th from 6:00-10:00 pm for our next Food Truck Friday for great food and live music. Just Tap’d and Bodega Brew will be serving beer and wine. A “Kids Zone” will be available for children ages 4+ when accompanied by an adult. No outside coolers or alcohol allowed! Bag chairs are allowed and encouraged! If you have any questions, please contact our Special Events Coordinator, Haley Myers, for more information at A list of this month’s Food Trucks is below! Scott Boys Smokin’ BBQ Sofrito Fusion Food Truck Brooke Lynn’s Own Sticks & Cones Brooke Lynn’s Own NYC’s Finest Carnival Food Truck ATL Francar’s Hibachi Highway Under Construction BBQ LLC Nana G’s Chik-n-Waffles Dragon Cupbop Korean Food Truck Big Willy’s Seafood The Foodie King Kona Ice of Warner Robins The Philly Connection Truck Debs Curbside Cupcakes      

Read more
City of Perry COVID-19 InformationView Details