Walk with Mayor and Council – September 27, 2016

September 16, 2016

Walk with Mayor and Council will be held in District 1 on September 27, 2016 starting at 5:30 pm.  The walk will begin at the intersection of Houston Lake Road and Kings Chapel Road.  The route will include Kings Chapel Road, Sewell Circle, North Davis Avenue and Martha Street.

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City Newsletter

September 15, 2016

Please click here http://conta.cc/2d16aPm for the recent FYI Perry Newsletter

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City of Perry now on Facebook!

August 24, 2016

The City of Perry is now on Facebook! In order to provide information, engage the community, and promote Perry we are entering the world of social media and Facebook will be our first platform. Please “like” us on Facebook and spread the word! The link to our Facebook page is below:       Look for coming social media activity as we work to better serve the community!  

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Millage rate hearing September 20, 2016

August 17, 2016

The City of Perry will conduct a hearing for setting the millage rate for 2016.  The hearing will be held on September 20th at 6 pm. Click here for the report Tax Digest matrix 2010-2016 .

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Perry Housing Week set for September 11-17!

August 17, 2016

Perry Housing Week September 11-17, 2016 Please make plans to join the Perry Housing Team and the Sand Hill neighborhood in celebrating fair, affordable, and quality housing here in Perry with the first ever Perry Housing Week! Kicking off the week will be a coming together of neighborhood residents and local/state officials to celebrate Housing Week and “kick off” the CHIP activities. Later in the week we will be meeting our friends in Sand Hill with door-to-door outreach providing housing resources and information and promoting the  neighborhood cleanup and cookout. Wrapping up Perry Housing Week will be a neighborhood clean up and cookout that Saturday morning! All are welcome! All events will take place at Willie Teonate Williams Park, 909 Jeanne Street, Perry, GA Schedule of Events: Event Date Time Kickoff Celebration and CHIP Grant   Recognition Monday, September 12 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Neighborhood Outreach and Resource     Education Thursday, September 15 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Neighborhood Cleanup and Cookout Saturday, September 17 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. For more information, please contact Mr. Robert Smith, Perry Housing Team Leader, at (478) 988-2757 or via email at robert.smith@perry-ga.gov. Download the Perry Housing Week flyer here: Housing Week Flyer

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Walk with Mayor and Council

August 15, 2016

Walk with Mayor and Council will be held in District 2 on August 23, 2016 starting at 5:30 pm.  The walk will begin at the entrance of Avington Glen Subdivision.  The route will include Havant Way, Avington Chase, New Hope Drive and Kendall Court.

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Event Procedures adopted by City Council

August 3, 2016

The City of Perry recognizes the benefits and opportunities created through special events and seeks to facilitate and coordinate special events that benefit the Perry community.  Special events provide opportunities to promote Perry’s quality of life, foster a sense of community, enrich Perry’s culture, promote tourism and boost the local economy. For additional questions on the application, please contact the City Clerk at 478.988.2736 or via email at annie.warren@perry-ga.gov Special Event Procedures Application and Events Application Process Flowchart    

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BOOST Grant Recipients Announced

August 1, 2016

The recipients of a crowd-funded grant to “boost” downtown Perry’s small businesses were announced Friday. Two of a Kind received an $850 grant to purchase equipment and software to track inventory and make sales transactions easier, and Gentry Downtown Market received a $250 grant to update the business’ point of sale system to purchase a card reader that will enable the business to provide more security when processing customers’ credit and debit cards. Business owners were surprised Friday afternoon with a big check presentation, balloons and community members who wanted to congratulate the recipients. Davida’s Hair Salon and Tumblecheer Heroes each received a grant in the first round of awards last summer.  The grant for Davida’s helped with the cost of a new roof, while the grant to Tumblecheer Heroes aided with the costs to update the business’ building façade. In the second round of grants awarded in December, Mia’s Skincare Salon received funds to purchase a new steamer to perform facials, and Liberty Tax Service received a grant to purchase marketing materials. BOOST Downtown Perry is an investment group that provides grant funds to entrepreneurs and owners of small businesses in the downtown development district.  Investors, known as BOOSTers, donate $100 twice a year to fund the program.  Perry Downtown Development Authority, the Economic Vitality Committee of Perry’s Main Street program, oversees the program, and BOOSTers vote on applications. Applicants may apply for funds for purchasing supplies, business equipment, marketing and advertising, a security system or eligible professional services. BOOSTed businesses, those who received the crowd-funded, micro-grants, received a window cling to celebrate their participation in the program and to help publicize BOOST throughout the community. For more information, please, contact Perry Main Street Coordinator Catherine Edgemon at (478) 988-2758 or catherine.edgemon@perry-ga.gov, or visit www.perry-ga.gov/economic-development/downtown-development-authority/boost-investment-group/    

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Loan Funds Available for Residential Energy Efficiency Improvements

July 28, 2016

In August 2010 The City of Perry was awarded a revolving loan grant funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to assist Perry property owners with energy efficiency improvements.   To date the loan program has been a success with providing a low interest loan for residential properties. There currently is funding available for homeowners who are in need of any of the following energy efficient improvements: Additional insulation Attic Radiant Barrier Central Air Conditioning Systems (15 Seer or higher) Central Heating Duct Leak Repair Ductless Mini-Split System ENERGY STAR® Front Loading Clothes Washers ENERGY STAR® Programmable Thermostats ENERGY STAR® Refrigerators ENERGY STAR® Water Heater Replacement Weatherization (caulking/weather-stripping) PLEASE NOTE REPLACEMENT WINDOWS AND ROOFS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THE LOAN. Further information on the program can be obtained by contacting the City of Perry Community Development Department at 478.988.2720 or via email at comm.development@perry-ga.gov

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