Governor Kemp's Executive Order - May 28, 2020 | Details

Highlights:

  • Georgia's Public Health State of Emergency is extended until July 12, 2020.
  • Georgia's Shelter in Place for elderly and high risk Georgians is set to expire June 12, 2020.
  • Restaurants may resume limited dine-in service - subject to requirements
  • Live performance venues shall remain closed.
  • Bars may resume limited operations on June 1, 2020 - subject to requirements
  • Amusement parks, traveling carnivals, water parks, circuses, and other temporary amusement rides shall not begin operations until June 12, 2020 - subject to requirements.
  • Summer camps may operate - subject to requirements
  • Overnight camps are permitted starting May 31, 2020 - subject to requirements

Executive Order Frequently Asked Questions
Georgia Board of Cosmetology and Barbers - Safety Guidelines for Reopening
Minimum Basic Operations for Georgia Businesses

 

The City of Perry is committed to the safety and well-being of our citizens and visitors. We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and encourage our citizens and visitors to abide by the CDC guidelines to prevent the illness from spreading.

Resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Georgia Department of Health, North Central Health District, and the Houston County Emergency Management Agency are provided on this page.

City of Perry facilities are closed to walk-in service. Details.

Affected City Services

  • City Council Meetings
    • Perry City Council Members are practicing social distancing during meetings.
    • Council will return to its regular meeting schedule beginning May 18, 2020 to include all work session and pre-council meetings.
    • Meeting are held at the Perry Art Center located at 1121 Macon Road, Perry.
    • Meetings are streamed live on the City's Facebook page.
  • City Facilities
    • The Perry Arts Center is closed to the public.
  • Customer Service
  • Fire & Emergency Services
    • Stations closed to the public with non-emergency situations. Routine service continues.
    • Delays may occur for non-emergency calls for service.
  • Leisure Services
    • All activities are cancelled, including upcoming Spring sports.
    • Refunds will be issued automatically.
    • James E. Worrall Center closed to the public.
  • Municipal Court
    • Office closed to all walk-ins.
    • Court hearings are held at the Perry Arts Center (1121 Macon Road, Perry).
      • View public parking options.
      • Review court procedures.
    • Continue to provide customer service over the phone.
    • Fines may be paid online or by telephone. Money orders or cashier's check
      may be mailed to the court.
  • Police Department
    • Closed to the public with non-emergency situations. Routine service continues.
    • Delays may occur for non-emergency calls for service.
  • Special Events
    • All City of Perry events are cancelled through June 2020.
  • Trash Pickup
    • Advanced Disposal will only pick up trash fully contained in the trash cart. We discourage excess bags placed next to the cart.
    • Recycle collection will be picked up only with contents fully contained in the bin. We discourage excess bags placed next to the bin.

Important Links

 

COVID-19 Hotline

Georgians with questions or concerns
about COVID-19 may call this hotline.

1-844-442-2681

 

Visual Resources

 

If you require City service assistance, please contact the appropriate department:

Department Contact
City Hall (478) 988-2700
Mayor Walker (478) 988-2707
City Manager (478) 988-2703
City Clerk (478) 988-2736
Customer Service (478) 988-2754
Personnel (478) 988-2713
City Attorney (478) 988-2750
Public Works (478) 988-2732
Police Department (478) 988-2800
Fire Department (478) 988-2852
Community Development (478) 988-2720
Leisure Services (478) 988-2860
Municipal Court (478) 988-2814

 

 

What is COVID-19 (coronavirus disease)?

A disease that was identified in Wuhan, China, and is now being spread throughout the world.

 

Symptoms

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Conditions may appear 2-14 days after exposure

 

How does it spread?

  • Coughing or sneezing
  • Close personal contact
  • Touching your nose, mouth, or eyes before washing your hands