TO BUILD UPON THE RICH HERITAGE OF OUR COMMUNITY AS A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE, AND PROVIDE SERVICES, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND TECHNOLOGY THAT IMPROVE THE LIVES OF OUR RESIDENTS
About Perry City
Map Of City
Three Mile Creek Gun Range
Comprehensive Fee Schedule
Recycle Calendar 2019
Business License Renewal
Perry City C.E.R.T. Spring Training Classes
Learn skills to help yourself, your neighbors, the Perry Stake, and Perry City in the event of an emergency. To register, contact Perry City Offices at 435-723-6461 or Paula Smith at 435-279-6251. Please register by March 7.
Thursday March 14; Saturday March 16
Thursday March 21; Saturday March 23
Thursday March 28; Saturday March 30
Thursdays 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Saturdays 8:00-1:00 p.m.
$10.00 per person-paid for by the Perry Utah LDS Stake
Held at the old Perry LDS Church Building-Relief Society Room
Green Waste Update
Perry City will no longer be operating a Green Waste Facility. It is no longer economically feasible and there are environmental issues related to the burning or disposal of the green waste. The City is currently in conversations with Brigham City for a possible agreement to use their green waste facility. In the meantime, Perry residents can take their green waste to the Brigham City facility for $7 per load, or residents can utilize their garbage receptacles for green waste and get an additional garbage can if needed for the price of $10 per month.
Another option is to use the newly implemented Perry Resident Landfill Vouchers to dispose of green waste or other waste you may have. Each household is entitled to one voucher per year, which allows free use of the Box Elder County landfill (limited to one truckload, all loads must be covered). This program was developed to replace the City Spring cleanup. You can access your free voucher on the city website or at:
It takes 1-2 business days for the voucher to be approved.
We will publish any updates in regards to green waste as they become available.
We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you will understand the City's efforts to protect the environment and ensure responsible spending. We also hope you will take advantage of one of the above listed options as a solution to your waste disposal needs.
The City Council has approved a change regarding charges on late payments for utility billing.
-Utility bills that are 30 days past due will now have a $10.00 late fee applied.
-Utility bills that are 60 days past due will have a $20.00 late fee applied.
-Utility bills that are 90 days past due will have a $30.00 late fee applied and will also be shut off.
In addition, if your water is shut off, there will be a $50.00 fee applied to get your water turned back on.
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