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Last updated March 27, 2020
PUBLIC NOTICES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Spring Clean-Up — Important Notice (posted March 26th)
On March 25th, a day after awarding the Spring Clean-Up bid to Waste Management, Perry Township was officially notified of the following:
In order for Waste Management to maintain its focus on municipal solid waste collection and disposal and due to the reduced number of employees in the field, Waste Management is temporarily suspending a number of non-essential services including Perry Township’s Spring Clean-Up that was to occur on April 18th and April 25th.
This will also suspend the tire collection at the Service Department.
For several years, Waste Management is the only company to bid on the Spring Clean-Up. The Trustees are currently considering what options are available for this situation.
Lake County Utilities Dead End Fire Hydrant Flushing (posted March 26th)
Click here for hydrant flushing schedule for Perry Township, Perry Village and North Perry Village.
Township Offices Closed to Public in response to Governor’s order (posted March 23rd)
The Perry Township Offices will be closed to the public effective Tuesday, March 24th thru April 5th. We will be available to answer phones and process requests Monday thru Friday between 8 am and 5 pm. Please call the office first at 440-259-5140 before visiting.
Also, the playground at the Township Park will be closed until further notice due to the recent order of Governor DeWine.
Township Yard Waste Drop-off location (posted Dec. 2nd)
The Township Yard Waste Drop-off location is now closed for the season. We will re-open on the first Saturday in April, 2020.
Senior Citizens Beware (posted July 26th)
The Trustees have been advised of a Medicare card scam that is occurring in our area. Scammers impersonating Medicare employees have been calling senior citizens requesting personal information such as a date of birth or Social Security number to upgrade your Medicare card from a paper to a plastic card which Medicare doesn’t actually offer.
What the scammers really want, of course, is to get personal or financial information for the purposes of identity theft or outright theft. To thwart a Medicare card scam, follow some basic precautions.
*Don’t share your Medicare or Social Security number (or other personal information) with anyone who contacts you out of the blue by phone or email, or shows up unannounced at your door.
*Don’t send or give your old Medicare card to anyone. Impostors may claim you need to return it. The government doesn’t need your old card back and recommends that you destroy it.
*Don’t believe a caller is a Medicare employee simply because he or she knows some information about you. Scammers will have done their homework.
Vrooman Road Bridge Construction (posted Dec. 21, 2018)
Click here to watch live cam.
From time to time, Perry Township has opportunities for residents to serve on different boards. The openings are generally residents of the Township that are appointed by the Board of Trustees. Some of the Boards included are the Perry Area Joint Recreation Board, the Zoning Commission, Perry Economic Development Council, Board of Zoning Appeals and the Perry Fall Festival.
If you would be interested in serving on a Board in the future, please send a letter of interest to the attention of the Perry Township Administrator. We will keep it on file for when such an opening exists.