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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 Burnett Drive Rebuild project has been completed!  This two-lane road has been rebuilt with a third lane from just west of the newly rebuilt Long Street down to Buttercup.  New drain culvert, curbing and guttering along with new sidewalk on both sides of the street were put in, landscaping is complete along with new asphalt to complete the project. The street will be striped in the near future.  Final cost to this project will be added soon.

Spring Street, has been rebuilt from Forest Drive to Buzzard Roost Drive (Club Boulevard).  New drainage culvert along with curbing and guttering has been put in along with new sidewalk.  All that awaits this completion is new asphalt.  The intersection at Buzzard Roost has been redesigned and rebuilt to make traffic flow safer.  The total cost to Spring Street is at $208,181.35.

The fall overlays have been completed.  Kentwood Drive, Cardinal Drive, Leisure Lane, including the cul-de-sacs off of Driftwood Lane behind Baxter Lab were overlaid.

Besides working at the street rebuild projects, the Maintenance crew is currently working on sign maintenance, checking and cleaning culverts as needed, and working on the street rebuild projects.  Also beginning in October, the maintenance crew has been installing the new Christmas light decorations at Arkansas State University for the drive through displays.

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