Devin Miller has lived in the Perry area since 1992. She began working for the City in 2006 as Utility Clerk and was appointed City Clerk in 2010.
Her responsibilities include maintenance of City documents, administering elections, payroll, accounts payable, and publishing Council minutes and City notices. She is married with three children and loves spending time with her family.
Fax: (517) 625-6157
The City Clerk's Office provides the following services:
* Voter Registration
* Notary Services - Available 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday
* Community Room Rental
* Zoning and Building Permit Applications
* City Council Agendas (You may be placed on the Agenda or receive copies)
* Public information under the Freedom of Information Act
Last day to REGISTER TO VOTE for November 06, 2012 election is
October 09, 2012. You may register to vote at your local Clerk's office, any Secretary of State office, the County Clerk's office, specified agency offices within the Department of Public Health, Michigan Rehabilitation Services, Department of Social Services, and the Department of Mental Health. You may also print a voter registration card and return it by fax, e-mail, or U.S. mail: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/MIVoterRegistration_97046_7.pdf
Date TBA – Public Accuracy Test will be held at 1pm in Council Chambers
November 3, 2012 - City Hall open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for anyone wishing to receive an absentee voter ballot for November 6th General Election.
November 6, 2012 – Election. Polls open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sample of Ballot
Shiawassee County Election Results:
1. What are the requirements to register to vote?
You must be a citizen of the United States.
You must be a resident of the State of Michigan.
You must be a resident of the City of Perry for at least 30 days prior to the election.
You must be at least 18 years of age by Election Day.
2. How do I register to vote?
You may register to vote at your local Clerk's office, any Secretary of State office, the County Clerk's office, specified agency offices within the Department of Public Health, Michigan Rehabilitation Services, Department of Social Services, and the Department of Mental Health. You may also print a voter registration card and return it by fax, e-mail, or U.S. mail:
3. What do I do if I lose my voter registration card?
A new card can be obtained from your local clerk.
4. How do I change my address for my voter registration?
You may change your address by filling out a new voter registration form at any of the above mentioned offices. You may also print a voter registration card and return it by fax, e-mail, or U.S. mail:
5. When is the last day to register to vote prior to an election?
You must be registered 30 days prior to the election. The official "last day to Register" is always published prior to each election.
6. How do I request an absentee ballot?
Applications for an Absentee Ballot can be obtained at your local Clerk's office. Applications can also be found online here.
7. What are the requirements and how do I get a petition to run for Mayor or City Council?
You must be a registered voter of the City of Perry.
You can obtain a nominating petition for Mayor or City Council at the City Clerk's office.
8. Where do I vote?
If you are a registered voter in the City of Perry, you will vote regarding School, Local, Primary, and General Elections at Perry City Hall 203 W. Polly St., Perry. The General Election is held the first Tuesday of November. On Election Day, the polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Voter Information
9. Who is running for Mayor and City Council this year and when can I vote for them?
Click on Mayor and/or Council for their terms of office.