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Last updated May 25, 2022
PUBLIC NOTICES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
*POLICING (*updated May 17th*)
In 2021 Perry Township was able to utilize one-time American Rescue Act Funds to enter a funds matching contract with the Lake County Commissioners for limited policing through Lake County Sheriff’s Department. The current COPS agreement requires us to identify a continuing funding source to keep patrolling going beyond the first two years. We have had residents and business owners express their desire for a full-time permanent police presence. We will be establishing a community committee to address this challenge in the new year. Here you will find monthly activity reports that will be provided by the Lake County Sheriff’s Department Click here (April report)
*Perry Memorial Day Activities (posted May 2nd)
Memorial Day is a day for remembering and honoring those Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Cost Guard and Merchant Marines who gave their lives in defense of our Country and the freedoms we enjoy today. We gather as a community on this day to pay tribute to all of them as well as those deceased and living Veterans who live with the physical and emotional wounds of combat, and all of those who served and are currently serving in our military.
Schedule of events for Memorial Day 2022
• 9:00 am – Townline Park (near the shoreline): Ceremony to honor those lost at sea (~15 minutes)
• 9:30 am – Perry Cemetery (Center Road): Ceremony to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country (~20minutes).
• 11:00 am – Parade steps off at Harper Street, marching along Main Street to the Perry Historical Museum.
• 11:40 am – Perry Historical Museum: Veterans deceased and living as well as those currently serving on active duty, in the reserves and the National Guard.
Please join us at one or more of these ceremonies as we remember ands. honor our Veteran
*Door-to-Door Energy Solicitors Impersonating NOPEC Employees (posted May 3rd)
There have been several reports of door-to-door solicitors posing as NOPEC employees in several Northeast Ohio communities this Spring. As a reminder, NOPEC NEVER goes door-to-door or calls residents or small businesses to enroll them into your community’s natural gas and/or electric aggregation program. If someone knocks on your door posing as a NOPEC employee during normal business hours, ask for a business card or capture as much information as you can (company name, solicitor’s name, a phone number, copy of any paperwork/brochures they offer you, make, color and license plate number of car, etc.) and call city hall to report them. After normal business hours, call NOPEC’s Customer Care Center at 855-667-3201, 24 hours, 7 days a week to report the encounter. NOPEC will notify your community officials and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) of this illegal activity. And remember, NEVER share your utility bill or account information with anyone that comes knocking on your door or contacts you are unprompted.
**NEWS RELEASE**(posted April 25th) Lane Road resurfacing project: Weather permitting, Karvo Companies, Inc. will begin the Lane Road Resurfacing project on Monday, April 25, 2022. The road will be widened 1.5′ on both the east and west side of the road between a point 500′ north of SR 84 and a point 500′ south of US 20 to increase the pavement width to 24′. Two lanes of traffic will be maintained via flagger control. No road closures are expected during the first week of construction. However, delays should be expected. Beginning Monday, May 2, 2022, the Contractor will be closing a portion of Lane Road between Timber Ridge Trail and Hale Road for the replacement of a stone arch culvert within limits. The road closure is expected to last 60 days. The entire project is scheduled to be complete by mid-August.
*Click here to read the current Senior Center Newsletter (posted March 25th)
*Click here FOR THE 2022 SUMMER CONCERT SCHEDULE (posted March 23rd)
*THE YARD WASTE DROP-OFF IS OPEN FOR THE SEASON. HOURS ARE WEDNESDAYS: NOON – 3:00 PM & SATURDAYS: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM RESIDENTS ONLY, NO LANDSCAPERS OR COMMERCIAL HAULERS
*The Lake County Emergency Management Agency is conducting a survey for public input for their 2022 Hazard Mitigation Plan Click here to learn more (posted July 26th)
*UPDATED REVERSE 911 SYSTEM (posted January 13th)
Click here to update your phone number with the Lake County EMA.
*COVID-19 Data, Vaccine Updates & Resources (posted January 7th)
Click here to go to the Lake County General Health District website for updates. This information is changing daily, and local information will be updated regularly on this site.
*US-20 Project from SR-2 to Townline Road (posted October 16th)
Click here for the link to the ODOT page that explains the project in more detail.
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.