A word from the Mayor of Perry
Welcome to Perry! We are glad you chose Perry, where people make the difference. Stay a few hours or a lifetime, and your time in Perry will be rewarding and unforgettable!
Our historic community currently encompasses 16.4 square miles along Interstate 75 approximately 90 miles south of Atlanta. Perry has been able to capitalize on proximity to Robins Air Force Base, excellent schools, unique downtown, high quality of life, and location in transforming from a small town to a vibrant and growing community of over 16,000 people. As a hub of state and federal highways, home of the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter, and with events like the Dogwood Festival, Food Truck Fridays, the Perry Music Festival, and the annual Perry Buzzard Drop New Year’s Eve bash, Perry truly is where Georgia comes together.
All who visit Perry are invited to become part of our hometown atmosphere. You are welcome to speak with our City Hall personnel, our Chamber of Commerce, or Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, who are ready, willing and able to assist you as you plan your time in our community. Welcome, and we trust you will enjoy exploring all Perry offers.
James Faircloth, Jr.
Mayor of the City of Perry