City of Perry

Water Tower Out of Service Sept. 26-30, 2022

Please note the City’s Water Tower will be out of service Sept. 26-30, 2022. 

In follow up to the water tower maintenance that took place earlier this summer, contractors will be back onsite completing a few final tasks.

Water service to the city will be provided by the city’s wells set to continuous pressure mode.  During this time, you may notice fire hydrants near the edge of city limits draining off excess water, this is intentional and no cause for alarm. 

Posted: Sept. 22, 2022

Marihuana Provisioning Center Application Available

The City will be accepting applications for a Marihuana Provisioning Center beginning 8:00 a.m. October 12 through 3:00 p.m. November 10 ,2022.

The city will not accept any applications outside of the above mentioned application window.

Please use the buttons below to access the application, as well as councils resolution “authorizing a Marihuana Provisioning Center application window and lottery drawing”.

After reviewing all of the provided information, questions can be directed to City Hall (517) 625-6155.

Position Opening – SATA Board

Shiawassee Area Transportation Authority Board Vacancy

 
There is a vacancy on the Shiawassee Area Transportation Authority (SATA) Board. This position is filled by Mayoral Appointment.  Candidates must reside in the City of Perry.
 
The appointment is for a three year term. 
 
The SATA Board meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month.  
 
Contact Mayor Sue Hammond if you are interested: shammond@perry.mi.us or phone 517-625-6155 ext. 231.


Posted Sept. 9, 2022 

Resolution: Authorizing Golf Carts on City Streets

CITY OF PERRY
SHIAWASSEE COUNTY
STATE OF MICHIGAN

RESOLUTION
Authorizing Golf Carts on City Streets

At a session of the City Council of the City of Perry, Shiawassee County, Michigan, held at the City Hall in said City on the 21st day of July, 2022.

Motion by Steve Wallace.

Seconded by Chad Fuller.

WHEREAS, Public Act 491 of 2014 amended Public Act 300 of 1949, commonly known as the Michigan Vehicle Code, being MCL 257.1 through MCL 257.923; and,

WHEREAS, Public Act 491 of 2014 created a new section to the Michigan Vehicle Code which allows for the limited and regulated use of Golf Carts on public streets which is found at MCL 257.657a; and,

WHEREAS, under the amended Michigan Vehicle Code, local units of government may allow for the limited and regulated use of Golf Carts on their streets under the terms and conditions specified in MCL 257.657a via the adoption of a Resolution; and,

WHEREAS, the City of Perry desires to allow for the limited use of Golf Carts on its streets as permitted and regulated by MCL 257.657a.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that under the conditions contained in Michigan Vehicle Code, as amended, being MCL 257.657a, the City of Perry does hereby allow for the use of Golf Carts on the streets of the City of Perry which conform to the requirements of Public Act 491 of 2014; and,

THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that as provided in MCL 257.657a the following is a non-exhaustive list of terms and conditions required for the use of golf carts in the City of Perry:

Operator Requirements-

  • Must be at least 16 years old with a valid driver’s license
  • Must comply with signal requirements
  • Must ride as near to the right side of roadway as possible
  • Is NOT required to wear a helmet

Golf Cart Regulations-

  • Shall not be operated on sidewalks
  • May not pass between lines of traffic
  • May travel at a maximum speed of 15 MPH
  • May not be operated between ½ hour before sunset to ½ hour after sunrise
  • Only permitted to operate on streets that are 30 MPH or less
  • May not operate on M-52 (except to cross when safe to do so)
  • May not be used to tow or pull any vehicle or device (i.e., sled, cart, etc.)

THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the City of Perry reserves the right to
rescind this approval if in the future it is determined that the limited and regulated use of Golf Carts on the City’s streets has become a safety hazard or is deemed to be a nuisance.

YESES:           6

NOS:               0

Resolution declared adopted.

CERTIFICATION

I hereby certify that the above is a true and correct copy of a Resolution adopted by the Perry City Council at a meeting held on the 21st day of July, 2022.

Devin Miller, Perry City Clerk

Posted: July 22, 2022

Sign Up for Smart911 – Shiawassee County’s Emergency Notification System

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.