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.
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
Join the PBPB Oct. 31 for fun activities for the whole family. Bring the kids in their favorite costumes and have a Trick or Treating good time with your friends and local police officers. For more information call 870-730-2073.
Pine Bluff Police Department will host a ‘Walk to End Domestic Violence’ Tuesday, October 17, noon – 2 p.m. The walk will start and end at the Civic Center steps facing 8th Ave. Lunch will be provided. RECOGNIZE IT – REPORT IT – PREVENT IT For more information call 870-730-2073, or 870-730-2072.
Friday, October 13, is UAPB GOLDEN LION DAY in the City of Pine Bluff. All city offices will be closed in observance. We will reopen Monday, October 16, at 8 a.m. For a schedule of UAPB Homecoming events click here. Let The Good Times ROAR!
Neighborhood watch meetings are scheduled and meet each month with the intention of bringing our community and neighborhoods together, and providing a safe environment for all to live. If you have any concerns or questions contact 870-536-9405 for more information and details. Visit and Like the City of Pine Bluff’s Facebook page to stay current on
Pine Bluff city offices will be closed Monday, October 9, in observance of Columbus Day. We will reopen Tuesday, October 10, at 8 a.m. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Pine Bluff US Postal Service kicked off the month of October, and Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Mayor Shirley Washington. Mayor Washington purchased the first breast cancer research stamps of 2017. The commemorative stamp was first issued by the US Postal Service in 1998. According to USPS.com more than $829 million has been raised
The Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Clean and Beautiful Commission, Jefferson County Recycling Center, and Jefferson County Judge Wilkins are hosting the 5th Fall Great Arkansas Cleanup – Recycling and Shredding Event October 14, 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Jefferson County Recycling Center is located behind Pope’s Furniture on Harding Street.Residents may recycle electronics, cardboard, newspaper, etc. A shredding