There will be a Perry Park Metro District "4th of July Committee organizing meeting" this Thursday evening (Feb 22nd) from 6-8pm at the Perry Park Country Club. All interested parties (public and business) are invited to attend to discuss plans for the 2024 4th of July Parade and Fireworks Show. Questions/comments may be sent to: email@example.com
PPMD is lowering your taxes in a 1-year temporary mill levy reduction, due to the dramatic increase in property valuations. This, along with Douglas County's recent reduction, will result in lower-than-planned taxes for you. It is a 1-year temporary mill levy reduction, it is not permanent.
NOTICE AS TO PROPOSED 2024 BUDGET
Thank you Perry Park residents for filling out our November 2023 survey! If you'd like to see the results, please view these files:
Hello Perry Park Ranch Residents! (this is only for Perry Park Ranch residents, NOT Perry Park East, etc.)
We have a new survey for Fall 2023 ready for your responses. Please take our survey to provide public input to the Board of Directors as we consider our 2024 budget and future activities. We will collect survey input through November 8th, before our next scheduled meeting. Thank you!
Perry Park Fire Mitigation Grant Application
Parks and Open Space Committee Meeting
July 31, 6PM - Wauconda Park
Perry Park Evacuation Drill Announcement
August 26, 2023
Perry Park Evacuation Drill Set for August 26th
Preventing Ember Ignitions for $500 or less
Saturday, July 15th, from 9:00-12:00.
Location: 6867 Pike Place.
Sponsored by the Perry Park Firewise Committee
Embers are the number one cause of home losses from wildfires. Learn how embers ignite structures and simple ways to prevent them from burning down your home. You will learn how to assess your ember exposures and come up with often simple ways to keep them out. A special thanks to Kirk Mulbach for offering the outside of his residence as our classroom.
Firewise Class: Extreme Gardening- Taming the Scrub Oak Monster, will be held Saturday, June 17th from 9:00 to 11:00 for Perry Park residents. Location is on the west side of Red Rock Circle (by 7735 Red Rock Circle).
Whether you love or hate scrub oak (aka Gambel oak or oak brush), come and learn how to manage it as part of our wildfire environment. You will learn about the oak clump ecosystem, oak biology, pruning and cutting techniques, and tools needed to meet your objectives. There will also be drawings for prizes. Sponsored by the PPMD Firewise Committee.