Entries by Cozetta Jones

COVID-19 Pulaski County Updates and Reminders

We want to ensure that Pulaski County citizens are provided with current and factual information about COVID-19. Below you will find the latest news and reminders. Just a reminder that Governor Hutchinson hosts a daily press briefing here: https://www.youtube.com/c/GovernorAsaHutchinson/live. Please subscribe to receive notifications when the press briefing begins. Pulaski County Activity The County Judge […]

County Judge Issues Executive Order, Directives for Essential Personnel

As of Friday, March 13, 2020, pursuant to Executive Order public access has been restricted to the Administration Building, Courthouse, Bale Building, Prosecutor’s Office, and District Court/Juvenile Court Complex. The public has been encouraged to conduct all business with the County and courts digitally, by phone, email, online or video conference, if at all possible. […]

State of the County Canceled, Census Outreach Postponed

Dear Friends of Pulaski County: In light of necessary measures being taken throughout the county and state to limit social contact and curtail the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), I have decided to cancel the 2020 State of the County address. In addition, we have postponed our Census Community Meetings until the public health crisis […]

County Judge Issues Executive Order to Restrict Access to County Buildings

For Immediate Release Contact: Cozetta Jones, 501-541-4119, cjones@pulaskicounty.net County Judge Barry Hyde filed an executive order, Friday, March 13 to restrict access to the Pulaski County Administration Building, Prosecutor’s Office, Pulaski County Regional Building (Bale Building), Pulaski County Courthouse and the Juvenile District Court Complex through March 31 to limit public exposure to COVID-19. See […]

County Judge Closes Administration Building to Visitors, After-school Programs Closed Until March 30

For Immediate Release Contact: Cozetta Jones, 501-541-4119, cjones@pulaskicounty.net Pulaski County, AR—County Judge Barry Hyde announced today that effective, Friday, March 13, the Pulaski County Administration Building at 201 S. Broadway in Little Rock is closed to visitors and will remained closed until further notice after overwhelming concern and additional positive cases of COVID-19. Citizens are […]

Grant Received to Begin Southwest Trail Construction

Pulaski County received $880,000 in a grant from the Federal Lands Access Program to begin construction of the Southwest Trail.  With this grant Pulaski County is a step closer to seeing the Southwest Trail become a reality. The county owns approximately 4.2 miles of the former Rock Island Railroad right-of-way heading from Hilaro Springs Road […]

Free Mulch Giveaway February 28

Pulaski County Road and Bridge will give away free mulch Friday, Feb. 28, 2020 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. each day, at the intersection of 32nd and Woodrow (formerly Smokey Hollow Foods facility). Every year, the county turns all debris collected throughout the county into mulch that is given back to the people of […]