Welcome to North Perry Village!

North Perry Village History


The area that is now the Village of North Perry was part of the Connecticut Reserve area . One of the earliest settlers was Eleazar Parmly and his wife Hanna Spear. They traveled here from Vermont to establish a pioneer home in 1817. Their two married daughters proceeded them. The first, Hanna Burridge arrived in 1814 and was followed by Betsey Hurlbert in 1816....

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Community Information


Located in North Perry on the shores of Lake Erie, FirstEnergy's Perry Nuclear Power Plant began operation in 1987, becoming the country's hundredth nuclear power plant. The Perry Plant is the largest single unit in the FirstEnergy generating fleet and one of the largest plants of its type in the United States, producing enough electricity to power more than 1 million homes daily. The Perry Plant is one of the largest employers in Lake County, providing about 720 high quality jobs. The plant is also one of the largest taxpayers in Lake County, supporting local schools and vital services.

Townline Park


Townline Park is 100 acres of outdoor fun! Some of the many amenities the park has to offer residents are:
- A modern, large boat ramp and safe harbor
- A new zero entry pool with a large slide and an interactive spray park
- A Community center with a pavilion for picnics, parties and group functions
- Basketball, tennis and volleyball courts
- Great beach accessibility
- A playground
- Well-groomed walking trails through woods, meadows and ravines