For emergencies, dial 911.
To reach the Perry Police for non-emergencies, call 585-237-5445.
Perry's Police Department is charged with community law enforcement.
The Perry Police Department works with county and state officials.
The Fire Department provides sources for safety information online.
In enforcing traffic laws, the departments goals are to adhere to their code of ethics while:
- keeping the streets safe for all
- preventing traffic accidents and reducing or deterring aggressive driving behaviors
Local Driving & Parking Tips
For the safety of the entire community, it necessary for all who use our highways and streets to be responsible drivers and adhere to the law.
The maximum speed limit within the Village of Perry is 30 miles per hour, except in the School Zone or Village Park, which are posted separately.
It is unlawful to park a vehicle:
- Such that the vehicle blocks a driveway.
- Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.
- Such that the vehicle blocks a sidewalk.
- On the village right of way, between the curb and the sidewalk.
- On any village street from 2AM-6AM between November 1st & May 1st. Violators will be ticketed, and may be towed.
- In a direction other than the direction of traffic on the side the same side of the street.
- In a properly marked handicap space.
- In violation of any sign prohibiting parking.
- Michael Grover, Police Chief
- Mark Millhollen, Officer
- Blake Russell, Officer
- Adam Hope, Officer
- Justin Bliss, Officer (part-time)
- Austin Harding, Officer (part-time)
- Peter Post, Officer (part-time)
- Gregory Smith, Officer (part-time)
- David Spink, Officer (part-time)