Pulaski County Government celebrated the opening of its new lobby at the downtown Little Rock administration building with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The lobby includes turnstiles that require county employees to swipe their ID badges to enter the building. There is a security guard and a Pulaski County Sheriff’s Deputy who monitors the […]
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The Pulaski County Assessor’s Office, for the 15th year, donated 488 boxes and $200 to the Amboy Community Food Pantry to fight hunger during the summer months. This year, through an agreement with Kroger, the staff was able to purchase the cereal by the case instead of single boxes. “We are grateful to the Kroger management […]
In observance of Independence Day, all county offices will be closed Monday, July 4, 2016.
The Pulaski County Housing Agency will accept 150 requests for placement on their Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program Waiting List on Thurs. June 30, 2016 at 8 a.m. at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds. This is for placement on the waiting list only. Please bring a valid ID. For safety and security reasons, no lines […]
The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality, the Pulaski County Brownfields Program and the Technical Assistance to Brownfields Program (TAB) at Kansas State University will co-host a FREE brownfields resources workshop on Thursday, July 15 at 5301 Northshore Drive in North Little Rock. This workshop will focus on the various resources available to assist with redevelopment of brownfields […]
Pulaski County Youth Services is hosting three, one-week ACT Summer Intensive sessions from June 27th through July 15th at North Little Rock High School. Classes are from 9 a.m.-noon, Monday through Friday (with the exception of July 4th) for 9th-12th graders and will cover each of the ACT test topics: English, math, reading, and […]
The ability to turn on the tap and have clean water is something that most individuals expect. For more than 60 residents in the Southeast area of the County—this was not always the case. In 2012 it was discovered that residents of the Frazier Pike and Harper Road area were exposed to water contaminated with […]
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday that the Pulaski County Brownfields Program will receive $820,000 in grant funding; highest amount awarded under the 2016 EPA Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund and Cleanup (ARC) Grant Competition. “As one of only fourteen Revolving Loan Fund Grants awarded in the nation, the Pulaski County Brownfields team is honored […]
Pulaski County Youth Services and Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde presented 50 food backpacks to the Our House Shelter on May 11 for their youth residents. The food backpacks were donated and assembled at the Global Youth Service and Prevention Day event on April 17, hosted by Pulaski County Youth Services, sponsored by the Sodexo Foundation, […]
The Pulaski County Brownfields and Our House partnered to redevelop the grounds of former Little Rock Veterans Administration (VA) Hospital into a campus that would best serve the needs of the organization and the community. Our House, Inc. provides Central Arkansas’ working homeless with housing, training and youth programs to help them succeed. A programming evaluation […]