Pulaski County Offices are closed Friday, July 3 in observance of Independence Day. Garbage routes will run as normal. The sanitation office is closed Friday for the holiday.
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The Pulaski County Planning Board will hold a Public Informational Hearing on proposed amendments to the Pulaski County Subdivision and Development Code and the Pulaski County Master Road Plan on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020 at 3:00 pm. The meeting will be a call-in video conference meeting. An invitation to all interested parties will be forthcoming. Copies […]
A virtual Public Hearing via the Zoom App will be held Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 10 a.m., for the purpose of identifying and prioritizing the community needs of Pulaski County, determining whether an application for Arkansas Community and Economic Development Program (ACEDP) funds should be developed and if so, for what community need. Also, […]
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Pulaski County, Ark., and the Southwest Arkansas Planning & Development District announced $600,000 in total grant money. The funding—$300,000 for each recipient—is provided by EPA’s Brownfields Program for cleanup and assessment of abandoned or contaminated properties (known as brownfields). Pulaski County will receive $300,000 for assessments in East Little […]
With schools closed, afterschool programs shuttered and summer programs in the balance, what is an agency that provides services to the youth of Pulaski County to do? Keep with its spirit and passion of supporting youth of our county, that’s what! “That’s who we are,” Pulaski County Youth Services Director Jamie Scott said. “My staff […]
Census 2020 marks the first time U.S. citizens have the ability to complete the census online. This is welcomed news to many, as it should make participation easier. Getting a complete count in Arkansas was promising. Committees around the state were doing their part in getting out the count. Cities and counties banded together and […]
Over the course of the public health crisis, Pulaski County Public Works has overcome some challenges. But one thing is for sure, the department has kept rolling along. The county’s maintenance needs do not take time off; potholes must be filled, trash services still have routes to run, right-of-ways must be cut and mosquitos still […]
County Judge Barry Hyde declared a state of emergency on March 13 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, Pulaski County Office of Emergency Management has been in full swing, keeping volunteer fire departments supplied with Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and additional emergency response training. “We had a stockpile of gloves and R-95 masks, […]
On Thursday, March 12, Governor Asa Hutchinson made an announcement that public schools in Jefferson, Pulaski, Saline, Lonoke and Faulkner Counties were closing. On that day we learned that Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) had come to Central Arkansas. Pulaski County leadership went into immediate action. County Judge Barry Hyde, County Attorney Adam Fogleman and Chief of […]
As social distancing continues to be the best practice to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde extended his executive order limiting access to county buildings through May 17, 2020. These buildings are the Pulaski County Administration Building, Courthouse, Regional Building (Bale Building), Prosecutor’s Office, and District Court/Juvenile Justice Complex. Those needing […]