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Current Projects & Notices

 

Please click on the link below to view the City of Mountain Home
2019 MS4 ANNUAL REPORT

2020_05_08_09_46_08.pdf

 

Current Projects:

The rebuild project at Cooper Street which began on September 1, 2021, is almost ready for asphalt.  Currently, the crew is working on to get ready for asphalt.  After curbs are done, sidewalks will go in and then landscaping.  The current cost to date is $373,978.99.

The crew working at the Keller Park ball fields have poured new dugouts, concrete pads for the bleachers and installed drainage culvert.  The fields have gotten the artificial turf placed and are ready for games.  There is still work to be completed but the cost to this project to date is $254,059.44 which will be completely reimbursed to the Street Departments budget.

The Hickory Park Grant to build an all-inclusive playground and parking area, including sidewalks and new restrooms is well on its way.  The parking lot is ready for asphalt, and the crew has poured the pad for the restrooms, the new sidewalk and the playground.  At this time, the playground equipment is being installed. The funds paid out by the Street Department will be fully reimbursed to their budget when work is completed.  The cost to date is $186,697.42.

Besides working at the street rebuild projects, the Maintenance crew is currently working on sign maintenance, checking and cleaning culverts as needed, spraying weeds and weed trimming.  Also included in this crews' daily work is working on the street rebuild projects.

The crews are hauling fill in daily to the new Fire Department location on Highway 62, west of County Road 28. 

For additional monthly updates, please see the Minutes from the Street Committee meetings.

City Ordinance Reminders:

Ordinance Number 93-021, Section 1 of the City of Mountain Home Code states residents of the City of Mountain Home are prohibited from depositing or placing leaves, grass, debris or any other article on the city's streets or on drainage right-of-ways. Residents are prohibited from burning leaves, grass, debris or any other article on the city's streets or in ditches which are a part of the city's drainage system.

THE POLICE DEPARTMENT'S CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WILL ISSUE CITATIONS FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT CHOOSE TO BLOW GRASS CLIPPINGS AND LEAVES INTO THE STREET AND DRAINAGE DITCHES THROUGHOUT THE CITY.

Wide view of downtown Mountain Home