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2017 City Hall Renovation

In 1997, Perry City Hall, the Police Department and Food Bank were relocated to the current location at 203 West Polly Street. The building is commonly known at the Glove and Mitten factory, established in 1904 by Rev. Isaac Lamb.

In 2017, City Hall offices are being renovated for the first time since relocating to the new location.

In order to accomplish this feat, all City Hall offices, except the Police Department, Mayor's Office and Building Inspector's Office, have been temporarily relocated to the lower level of City Hall in Council Chambers. Council and other meetings have been relocated to the Third Floor Community Room.

Please check this page often to see photos of the progress of the renovation. Depending on your browser, you may need to refresh the page to see new additions.

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Monday, Jan. 24, 2017 -  The new cubicle walls are up and we are ready for carpet!


New Cubicle Walls -
Top Left:  Utility Clerk & City Clerk
Center: Treasurer
Right: Assessor
Lower Left: City Clerk
Lower Right: Police Dept.



Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017 - The carpet has been installed and the team is working
on the cabinets and counter tops.
 Looks like we are getting
closer to moving into
our NEW offices!