Road Closure Notice:

September 10, 2019

Effective Monday, September 16, 2019 Marion Street between Main Street and Carroll Street will be closed indefinitely. Should you have any questions, please contact our Public Works Department at (478) 988-2739.

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Celebrating 10 Years of Music in Our Community!

September 9, 2019

Celebrating 10 Years of Music in Our Community! The 10th Annual Perry Music Festival is Saturday, September 14, 2019 at Rotary Centennial Park, 650 General Courtney Hodges Boulevard in Perry, GA.   It will begin at 4PM and run until 11PM.  It is free admission. There will be local food and drink  vendors onsite serving all evening long! The lineup this year will not disappoint.  It is packed with hometown and other exciting talent from middle Georgia.  The full lineup is listed below: DJ Mix Master T Trombone Love The Dubshak Band Dam-Fi-No Band Big Mike & the Booty Papas Bold-N-Beautiful No outside coolers, food or alcohol permitted. Please do not bring pets. Bag chairs and blankets are allowed and encouraged!  Thank you to our presenting sponsors: ESG, The Constantine Group and Perry Area Convention and Visitors Bureau! For more information call 478-988-2758 or visit online at https://www.perry-ga.gov/economic-development/community-events/.

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Complete Downtown Survey

August 12, 2019

Our Main Street Program and Downtown Development Authority are hard at work creating a future vision for our Historic Downtown Perry and we want YOU to be a part of it! You can participate now by filling out the survey at the link below: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DowntownPerry2019

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BOOST Round 9 grant recipient announced

August 8, 2019

The latest recipient of a crowd-funded grant to “BOOST” downtown Perry’s businesses has been announced.  Suzanne Evans, owner of Yes! It’s Consignment, was awarded $700.00 from the BOOSTers for new consignment software.  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. The current BOOSTers who funded this award are: Ace Hardware: William Jackson Bank of Perry: Dey Palmer Davis Oil Company: Davis Cosey Downtown Merchants Council (Perry Area Chamber of Commerce): Kimberly Pinckney Houston Home Journal: Cheri Adams Perry Animal Hospital: Brian Burnham Village Boutique: Dianna Hall This recent award bring the total grants awarded to downtown Perry businesses to date to $11,300.  The program was established in 2015. Applicants may apply for funds for purchasing supplies, business equipment or software, marketing and advertising, or eligible professional services.  BOOST grants are awarded twice annually following a brief application window. Previous recipients include Gottwals Books, Recollections by Lynn, 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. The Perry Downtown Development Authority oversees the program.  Those interested in participating as a new BOOSTer to assist small businesses in Perry or for more information on applying, 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/.   BOOST grant recipient Suzanne Evans, owner of Yes! It’s Consignment, was surprised on August 6 with a big check presentation for a $700 grant.  From left,  Anya Turpin, City of Perry Special Events Coordinator, Ashley Hardin, City of Perry Economic Development Director, Bonnie Giles, Perry Area Chamber of Commerce Chief Operations Officer,  Suzanne Evans, owner of Yes! It’s Consignment and Perry Main Street Coordinator Haley Myers.

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Destination Playgrounds Now Open!

August 1, 2019

The new City of Perry destination playgrounds are now open for your enjoyment!  They are located at Rozar Park, 1060 Keith Dr., and Creekwood Park, 110 Ida Lasseter Circle (off of Creekwood Dr.)!  For more information on these parks, please go to our Parks page by clicking here.

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Effective Monday, September 16, 2019, Marion Street between Main Street and Carroll Street will be closed indefinitely.