Entries by Cozetta Jones

Pulaski County Maximize Savings and Conserves Energy with Completed Solar Project at Pulaski County Detention Center

April 6, 2021 (Pulaski County)—With a flip of the switch today, County Judge Barry Hyde dedicated a 756-panel solar array near the Pulaski County Detention Center, intended to minimize the county’s expenses for electricity consumption. Today’s Power Inc. (TPI) formally interconnected the solar project for Pulaski County to the grid, the first of two county-based […]

County Buildings Remain Under Executive Order, Low Vaccination Rate Attributed

“Vaccine distribution continues in Pulaski County and across our State; however, in Pulaski County, fewer than 30 percent of our population has received at least one dose, and approximately 12 percent are fully vaccinated. All eligible vaccine recipients are strongly encouraged to receive a vaccine at the first opportunity. Our rolling seven-day average of new […]

Notice of Virtual Meeting: East-West Northern Pulaski County Connector Study

The Arkansas Department of Transportation will host a Virtual Public Involvement Meeting to present and solicit feedback on the results of an evaluation of alignment alternative for the East-West Northern Pulaski County Connector Study, February 27-March 21, 2021. The public is invited and encouraged to visit http://www.ardot.gov/east-west-connector anytime during the scheduled dates to view meeting […]

COVID-19 Information and State of Arkansas Vaccine Plan

As we move from Phase 1-A to Phase 1-C, when vaccines are available, it is necessary to know the locations of vaccines and additional information regarding the COVID-19 virus. Please see the link below to the Arkansas Department of Health. Access COVID information and the Arkansas Department Health Vaccine Plan

Pulaski County Selected as Research Action Site in National Pretrial Initiative

Pulaski County, Ark. (01/26/21) – Pulaski County announced today it will participate in the national Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research (APPR) initiative as a Research-Action Site. Working in partnership with researchers and justice experts, this effort will result in improvements to our pretrial justice system in ways that prioritize the safety of our residents, reduce […]

County Judge Extends COVID-19 Executive Order

In effort to keep county building visitors and county employees safe, County Judge Barry Hyde has extended his executive order to limit visitors to county buildings. Court proceedings will continue. County Circuit Judges have been instructed to coordinate jury trials with the County Judges Office. Many services can be accessed online. Find the appropriate department […]