Our History

Perrysburg was formed in 1814 and was named after the Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry. It was formerly called Town of Perry. But four years later when the town was about to split off, the town was renamed Perrysburg. After some time in Benjamin Harrison Era, it changed to the recent name, ‘’Perrysburg’’.


According to the 2010 census by the United States Census Bureau, the total population of Perrysburg is 1626. The population is very diverse including the majority of 94.52% White, about 0.34% African American, 3.39% Native American, 0.06% Asian, 0.62% Hispanic, 0.34% from other races, and 1.36% from two or more races. This makes up a beautiful ethnic mix having people from all over the world sharing their values and beliefs.

Our Location

Perrysburg is situated in Cattaraugus County, New York, United States.It is also called the Snow capital of New York because of the maximum snowfall accumulations in the area. About 7 feet snow covered the town, including most of it as lake-effect snow. Perrysburg spreads over approximately 28.5 square miles area and about 0.44% of which is water.

Major Services in Perrysburg

Perrysburg is a wholesome town in world’s most amazing city, New York. It offers a wide range of services for the citizens, including but not limited to the most convenient location of the spacious town court, the animal-friendly dog control, the senior nursing home facility etc. In addition to those, Perrysburg also offers state of the art highway garage for smoother traffic care solution, proper water disposal systems and facilitation in water bill payments.