Revised: Feb. 6, 2023
City of Perry owned vacant lot for sale:
12510 S. M-52 Perry
City of Perry Shiawassee County
Asking price $8,500
Buyer will be responsible to pay all closing costs including but not limited to title insurance, closing fee, preparation and recording of the deed, all inspections and requirements by Shiawassee County Health Department for well and septic on site.
Parcel is irregular shape but is approximately ½ acre total. There are no public utilities available to this site. Copy of the survey is on file and available for review.
There is a well on the site that would need to be evaluated by Shiawassee County to determine condition. Shiawassee County Health Department would require raw land evaluation prior to building on this site. It is not certain whether the site is buildable. The buyer will be responsible to accomplish and pay for any inspections by the SCHD pertaining to the buyer’s intended use.
There is a cloud on the title that is in the process of being cleared by court order. It will be approximately February-March before that will be accomplished. Closing of the sale cannot occur until that is completed.
Purchase agreement could be entered into at this time that will be contingent on the title being clear.
Interested parties should contact Mayor Sue Hammond at 517-625-6155 ext. 231.
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Snow/Ice removal & overnight parking.
Posted: Nov. 18, 2022
The City of Perry has accepted, and approved, an application for a Medical Marihuana Provisioning Center/Adult Use (Recreational) Marihuana Retailer location.
What’s next? Per City Ordinance 860 (adopted Ordinance 366), the applicant now has 12 months to complete all Zoning, Building & Licensing requirements for establishing such a facility.
We look forward to their progress in the coming months!
If interested, you can view the Ordinance that allows such an establishment HERE.
Questions can be directed to Mayor Hammond.
Posted: Nov. 15, 2022
The City of Perry is encouraging all residents to enroll in RAVE.
In response to a recent need to issue a city wide notice regarding our water system, the City has identified a free service to expedite the notification process when emergencies arise. While the recent notice to boil water was the first of its kind in more than 15 years, this service will allow us to communicate faster should it be needed again in the future.
The benefits of RAVE extend beyond our community. The system can send emergency notifications from evacuation notices to missing child alerts. After enrolling in RAVE you can even opt in to Weather Warnings generated by the National Weather Service.
Residents and business alike are urged to enroll. It will only take a few minutes, please tell all of your friends and family about this invaluable service! Smart phone users can also download the Smart911 Rave Mobile Safety App in the app store. If you know of a resident that does not have access to the internet, such as an elderly neighbor please help them enroll as well, or direct them to City Hall for assistance.
More information about the RAVE system can be found on the Shiawassee County Central Dispatch website.