City of Perry

From the Mayor’s Desk

April 6, 2022

Let’s Make May “Clean-Up Perry” Month

The City of Perry Ordinances address nuisance abatement, junk vehicles, residential parking location and other issues affecting lasting impressions of our city. To address these issues as a community May will be known as “Clean-Up Perry” month.

To help facilitate the clean-up, the week of May 23rd has been scheduled with Granger for “City Wide Clean Up”. Preregister all items (other than the regular household trash) by calling City Hall. Bulky or extra items scheduled for pick-up on Monday May 23 will be picked-up free. A fee will be charged for items picked up Wednesday through Friday. More information available HERE.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection is scheduled for May 14. This service is provided by the Shiawassee County Health Department. A brochure with details is available HERE.

The city is seeking volunteers to help people with physical disability or severe financial limitations. If you are willing to help during the “Clean Up” please contact city hall. If you need assistance, please call city hall 625-6155 and speak to the mayor or leave a message for a return call.

After the “City Wide Clean-Up” the week of May 23rd, the City Ordinance Enforcement Officer will assess the city for violations of ordinances and serve notices accordingly. Those found in violation of ordinances who do not comply with the violation notification form sent by the Ordinance Enforcement Officer will be cited per the ordinance and the citation will need to be paid at the Shiawassee County courthouse.

Put your best face forward and take pride in the appearance of your home or business.

Sue Hammond, Mayor City of Perry

City Council:  Larry Lambert, Mayor Pro-tem, Mindy Galbavi, Bob Porter, Steve Wallace, Mike Connell, Chad Fuller

March 18, 2022

Planning, Preparation and Performance

This is the season of planning our gardens, vacations, income tax filing. Some fun some not so fun but all necessary.

City of Perry Department Heads, the Mayor and City Council are planning for the new budget for the July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023 fiscal year. A work-session will be held Wednesday March 23 2:00- 4:00 and the public is welcome to attend. We will meet in Council Chambers on the first floor; entrance on east side of city hall.

Once a draft of the Mayor’s proposed budget has been achieved, Council will schedule a public hearing and copies of the proposed budget will be available to the public.

Approval must be by the last meeting in May.

Reminders:  Household Hazardous Waste Collection Saturday May 14, 2022                                   Held by the Shiawassee County Health Department
                         City Wide Yard Sale to be held May 20,21,22
                         City Wide Clean Up the week of May 23

Happy Planning,

Sue Hammond
Mayor City of Perry