The City of Pine Bluff will hold it’s June Town Hall Meeting June 25, 6-7 p.m. at the Pine Bluff Convention Center. The monthly meetings are scheduled for 4th Mondays, of each month. Mayor Washington will facilitate the meeting, which will conclude with an audience question and answer session. This post will be updated with
The City of Pine Bluff, Arkansas (the “City”) hereby invites proposals from qualified parties (herein called “Proposers) for the award of an exclusive Agreement for the provision of emergency and non-emergency ambulance service for the City of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, pursuant to terms and conditions hereinafter set forth in or referred to in this Request
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
Summertime for many parents means finding activities, camps, and educational programs for their children. It’s not always easy to locate these resources. The Office of the Mayor has compiled a list of 2018 Youth and Family Summer Activities in the Greater Pine Bluff Area so that you don’t have to, along with a Calendar
Listed above are scheduled June’s Neighborhood watch meetings. These groups were formed to help neighbors look out for each other. For more information, or to find out how you may participate please contact (870) 730-2031. Click here for a printable copy.
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Saturday, June 16, the City of Pine Bluff will host a Juneteenth celebration. The theme of the celebration is ‘Break Every Chain,’ and will include music, praise dancing, storytelling, dramatic presentations, food, booths providing information about Juneteenth, and plenty of fellowship. The free event is sponsored by the City of Pine Bluff and open to
Saturday, June 2, the Saracen Landing Farmers Market will celebrate it’s opening with live music by The Community Band, Zumba, Yoga and face painting for children. All vendor spaces will be free. “We’re excited about a new season for the farmer’s market, and looking forward to a great turn out,” says Trudy Redus, interim director
The City of Pine Bluff will break ground on the Pine Bluff Aquatic Center May 4, 11 a.m. at the site, 400 E. 11th Ave. During April’s Town Hall Meeting Mayor Washington shared representational pictures and plans for the upcoming facility. The aquatic center “will serve Pine Bluff and Southeast, Ark.,” she said. The public
The City of Pine Bluff will hold it’s April Town Hall Meeting April 23, 6-7 p.m. at the Pine Bluff Convention Center. The monthly meetings are scheduled for 4th Mondays, of each month. Mayor Washington will facilitate the meeting, which will conclude with an audience question and answer session. This post will be updated with