The City of Pine Bluff will observe the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday January 15. City Hall will be closed, and will reopen Tuesday, January 16. We encourage you to use this day as a ‘Day of Service.’ You are welcome to attend ICVR’s KingFest Marade. 2018 Theme: “From Nonviolence to No Violence” Parade
Due to inclement weather, the City of Pine Bluff is closed January 12, 2018. Please be safe.
ICVR ORIGINAL KINGFEST SCHEDULE – January 9-15, 2018 Tuesday, January 9th – 12 Noon ICVR KINGFEST Kick-off (FREE!) Pine Bluff Country Club 46th Avenue at Cherry Street Pine Bluff, AR This is the 10th year for the PBICVR Original KINGFEST kick-off with both Pine Bluff Rotary Clubs! This meeting is open
Tuesday night, Mayor Shirley Washington flipped the switch to kick-off the ‘Enchanted Land of Lights & Legends’ Christmas light display in Pine Bluff’s Regional Park. Ned Perme of KATV Channel 7 was live, helping to usher in the 21 season of the largest drive-through light display in Arkansas. After the official lighting, the crowd walked
The City of Pine Bluff will observe Thanksgiving holiday Wed, November 22, through Friday, November 24. City Hall will be closed these days and will reopen Monday, November 20. As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. – By John F. Kennedy
The Mayor’s Office would like to extend special thanks to our contributors Pine Bluff Convention Center, Corey Montroy Design, and Rice First Class Catering. The Fall Unity Breakfast was a success, and it couldn’t have been done without you. We’d also like to thank all program participants and the community for attending. Without
The city of Pine Bluff will observe Veterans Day Friday, November 10. City Hall will be closed and will reopen Monday, November 13. We’d like to thank all Veterans for the service to our country. Resources History of Veterans Day Honoring Those Who Served: 11 Ways to Celebrate Veterans Day 2017 Veterans Day Free Meals,
Join Mayor Washington Thursday, Nov. 9 from 7 – 8 a.m. for a Unity Breakfast, at the Pine Bluff Convention Center. The vision for the breakfast is to unite the city behind our common goal to building #OnePineBluff Stronger Together. Tickets are $15 each, or two for $25 and are available at the Mayor’s Office.
The Office of the Mayor is promoting a campaign to clean our city. ‘Make Progress Not Litter’ is an effort to bring awareness and resolve to the effects of litter in our community. Each 4th Saturday of the month, churches and organizations are asked to take ownership of their immediate neighborhoods and put together a
During this pivotal time in our country, it is necessary that we pray for the City of Pine Bluff. ‘One Pine Bluff Praying Together’ is the initiative of Mayor Washington. Each month with five Sundays is designated for prayer. October will be the last month of observance for 2017, because of the December holiday activities. We will