The annual Cleanup Week in Perry has a new feature to benefit residents, with large items being picked-up free of charge this year. Residents are encouraged to place as much trash and as many large items as possible at the curb by 7 a.m. on Monday, May 22. Two Granger trucks will be in the area that day to accommodate the large amount of trash expected.
Large items will also be picked up free of charge Tuesday through Friday, if the item(s) are pre-registered (no exceptions) at Perry City Hall and placed at the curb on the assigned pickup day for the neighborhood where the resident lives (see below).
In addition to the regular trash services provided on Monday, May 22, unlimited bags and boxes, and large items, will be accepted. Unlimited bags and boxes, plus pre-registered large items, will be picked up at properties south of the railroad tracks and west of M-52 on Tuesday, May 23. Unlimited bags and boxes, plus pre-registered large items, will be picked up from properties south of the railroad tracks and east of M-52 on Wednesday, May 24. Unlimited bags and boxes, plus pre-registered large items, will be picked up from all areas north of the railroad tracks on Thursday, May 25.
Cleanup Week will conclude Friday, May 26 with a final sweep through the entire city for pickup of the final pre-registered large items. Residents are reminded that large items will not be picked up during Clean-Up Week if they are not pre-registered. For additional information, persons may call Perry City Hall from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at (517) 625-6155.