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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, Demetree Street and Louann Drive has been completed.  New asphalt finished the project September 15th.  This crew has moved over to Clysta Willett Park.

Another city park is getting improvements to the ballfields.  The Street Department has begun working at Clysta Willett Park on Rossi Road, upgrading the three ballfields for artificial turf; new drainage culvert will be installed, dugouts and batting cages will have concrete, along with new concrete bleacher pads.  All areas will be handicap accessible when completed.

The crew that was working at Hickory Park on the grant project has the horseshoe pits almost completed.

Russell Lane is going through a complete rebuild from the Breckenridge subdivision to Highway 201 North.  New drainage culvert, curb and guttering, and sidewalk will be put in along with new asphalt to complete the project. At this time, the crew has made it to Driftwood with curb and guttering.  They will go back to the area of Breckenridge and begin pouring sidewalks to Driftwood.  Following that, they will continue from Driftwood to Highway 201 North with new culvert, curb and gutter and sidewalks.

Fill is continuing to be hauled to the new Fire Department location on Highway 62, west of County Road 28. The Water Department has the sewer line in and it won't be too much longer and the work will begin.

The inmates from the North Central Unit of the Arkansas Department of Corrections at Calico Rock will be at McCabe Park the week of October 3 through 7 cleaning brush and trees.

For additional information, please visit our Street Committee webpage to read the current Minutes.

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