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October 27, 2023

Request for Proposals - Legal Services

The Village of Perry invites the submittal of responses to this Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualified Firm(s) interested in providing legal services as the Village Attorney. The Village intends to consider Firms and/or individuals who possess the professional and administrative capabilities to provide the scope of services detailed below.

September 6, 2023

DRI: Small Project Fund Interest Form

Do you own a business or property in the Village of Perry's Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) Boundary? Do you have a building or business in need of smaller-scale improvements such as exterior or interior building renovations?

February 21, 2023

THINK BIG: The 2023 State of the Village

Perhaps it’s no coincidence that the Theme for the 2023 Perry Chalk Art Festival is “Think BIG”! For the scrappy little village of Perry, 2023 is shaping up to be quite a year, and thinking big will be an asset. Last Monday, Governor Hochul announced that Perry had been awarded $10 million through Round 6 of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI).

February 13, 2023

Tree Board Master Plan 2023

The Tree Board recommends this updated Master Plan to aid in prioritizing the planting, maintenance and replacement of trees in the village. The following Master Plan will be re-evaluated approximately every 5 years.

Masonic Temple in Spring
Perry Public Library, home of the Stowell-Wiles Gallery
His 'N Hers & Jake's Barber Shop on Main Street
Looking South from Burlingham Books, on Main Street
Rachel says Hello! from Olive & Ink, on Main Street
Arts Council for Wyoming County, on Main Street
Artworks by PCS kids on display at the Wyoming County Fair
A sunset over Silver Lake in Winter
Reading at the Bookstore
Read Around Perry (RAP) 5K Medals
Pitching in at the Village Park on Clean Sweep Day
Hold onto your hat...at Last Night Perry!
Hello Honeycombers!
Milk! on Main Street.
Reading with Rotary, oh my!