City Edition
October 1, 2017
Perry 101
Fire and Emergency Services
The PFES mission is to respond in a safe manner to all reported emergencies of our citizens and to protect lives and property through fire prevention, public education and the mitigation of emergencies and disasters whether natural or man-made . We respond to all types of emergencies including structure fires, grass fires, medical calls, vehicle accidents, hazardous materials, etc. It is organized into 3 divisions- Administration, Operations (Fire Protection) and Fire Marshal's Office (Fire Prevention).
Economic Development
Fire and Emergency Services
The newest addition to the fleet, “Rescue 1”, is a 2017 Ford F-350, 4 door cab with a 9 foot rescue box on the back. Staffed with 2 personnel, it will mainly handle medical calls, relieving the stress off of the bigger more costly apparatus, but will also respond along with other apparatus to structure fires and various incidents as needed. “Rescue 1” has the on-board capability to refill air cylinders on fire scenes and equipment to handle vehicle accidents.
Community Development
Energy Efficient Loan Program
In August 2010 the City of Perry was awarded a revolving loan grant funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to assist Perry property owners with energy efficiency improvements.  To date the loan program has been a success with providing a low interest loan for residential and commercial properties. For more information click below.
Congratulations to Sgt. Armando Sanchez (pictured below) who was chosen as the 2017 Shrine Officer of the Year. Sgt. Sanchez has been with the Perry Police Department since November of 2006 and is currently a K-9 handler. His partner Jay, who is a bomb detection dog, is a Belgian Malinois, and came to our department as a retired military dog from the Marine Corp. Jay has served two tours overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Officers Davontay Burks (pictured right) and Brenna Byrd (pictured left) have graduated from the Georgia Public Safety Training Center’s Regional Academy in Tifton, Georgia. Officer Byrd was chosen class president by her classmates which means she acted as liaison between the instructional staff and the student body. Officer Byrd also won the Leadership Award for Session 295 and was awarded the class flag. They will be entering the Field Training Program upon their return.  
Leisure Services
Main Street
Public Works
Be the solution to stormwater pollution
Did you know that when it rains it pollutes? It starts throughout the the City of Perry. Every time it rains water runs off the land as stormwater. As it flows over rooftops, lawns, driveways and streets, stormwater picks up pollutants and debris such as dirt, motor oil, fertilizer, litter and pet waste. All of these pollutants are carried by stormwater into storm drains and drainage ditches, which flow untreated into our rivers, lakes and streams.
Stormwater pollution is the biggest threat to our waterways. It harms our ability to use our rivers and lakes for swimming and fishing, makes treating our drinking water more difficult and negatively impacts the environment.
Let’s be the solution to stormwater pollution.
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