Meeting to Discuss Fairway Streets Set

A meeting of the residents in the Fairway Addition (Eagle Lane, Fairway, Pinehurst, and Par Road) is scheduled for this Thursday, February 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Perry Golf & Country Club to talk about the street reconstruction that Evans & Associates will be starting soon. Representatives of Evans & Associates, city staff, and the city’s engineer will provide information and be available to answer questions about the project.

For more information, contact City Hall at or (580) 336-4241

Meridian Technology Classes Offered

The next class being offered by Meridian Technology Center is Heartsaver CPR/AED. This class is designed for lay rescuers assigned as first responders to emergencies in the workplace or community. The goal is to provide training in basic adult, child, and infant CPR, and to cover the proper techniques for the use of an automatic electronic defibrillator (AED). Class attendees must pass a skills test for certification.

The class is Thursday, February 11th from 6pm to 9pm at the 611 Bakehouse, and the cost is $30. To enroll in the class, call Debbie Lane at (888) 607-2509, extension 209.

Public Hearing for CDBG Grant

The City of Perry will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, February 1, 2016 at 6:00 pm at the Municipal Court Building, 729 Cedar Street.

The purpose of the hearing is to invite citizen input as application is made for the CDBG REAP Grant for the city's wastewater system improvements. All citizens are encouraged to attend, particularly those of low and moderate income levels.

For more information, contact City Hall at or (580) 336-4241

Official Posting

Income Survey for CDBG Grant

The City of Perry is currently working on an application for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to assist with an upcoming sewer line project. One of the requirements of the application is an income survey of our residents. City staff will begin making phone calls on Tuesday, January 5th to a randomly generated list of accounts.

It is important to note that they will NOT ask for your income. What they will ask for is the number of persons living in the home. With that information, they will then provide the average income for the household size, as provided by HUD, and ask if the household income is above or below that number. All information gathered will be kept confidential.

To qualify for grant funding, we need responses from nearly 90% of the households selected for the survey. These grants provide a very important alternative funding source for major projects and help keep tax money here in Perry.

We appreciate the cooperation of those selected for the survey. For more information, please click on the link below.

Income Survey Information

Street Sales Tax Extension Information

It's almost time to vote on the extension of the existing one cent sales tax currently in place for streets. A lot of people have shown interest in how the current tax was spent as well as how the proposed tax would be used, so city staff have put together these documents to help explain everything. Please take a moment to read over them, and don't forget to vote next Tuesday, November 10th!

If you have any questions regarding the current tax or the proposed extension, please contact City Hall at (580) 336-4241 or find us on Facebook.

Sales Tax Info Sheet and Sample Ballot

Sales Tax Detail Sheet

Trout Fishing Tournament Information

The Perry Chamber of Commerce, along with the City of Perry and a number of sponsors, is hosting a trout fishing tournament at CCC Lake on Saturday, Novemeber 7th. This family-friendly tournament is open to all ages and includes prizes for largest fish, smallest fish, and biggest stringer. Pre-registration is available at the Perry Chamber of Commerce office until 4:00pm on Friday, November 6th.

The registration form is available at the Chamber office, or you can download it here. For more information, contact Noel Black with the Perry Chamber at (580) 336-4684.

Registration Form

CCC Lake Location

Perry Animal Shelter Press Release

City Manager Mary Rupp addresses some recent Facebook postings concerning the animal shelter operated by the City of Perry, as well as current and future plans for the shelter, in this press release. Please take a moment to read the press release so we can create a better understanding within the community of the operations of the animal shelter and the city's relationship with the Perry Humane Society.

Press Release

City Council Meeting

1st and 3rd Mondays
6:15 P.M.

Live on PIN
Suddenlink Channel 14