The Annual Crawdad Days Festival
May 19-21, 2017
in Harrison, AR
is set for this weekend and that will require some street closings like last year,
but there will be some changes this year.
Harrison Police Chief Paul Woodruff said the following street closings will begin
at 5 pm Friday and continue through 12 am Sunday for the Crawdad Days Festival.
Handicapped parking will be available in the parking lot between Willow and Main, with Willow being open to access to the handicapped parking lot.
Street Repairs & Closings
...Sisco St. between Hwy 65 Bypass and Speer St. will be closed for repairs Wednesday, May 24 at 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
For the full report, see: https://lendedu.com/blog/best-cities-first-time-homebuyers/
NO BOIL ORDER
FOR CARROLL BOONE WATER DISTRICT
at this time.
(May 1, 2017)
We have been asked to post this on our website and facebook page to help with the erroneous information that has been dispersed thru facebook or other venues.
City of Harrison
It is time to clean our your medicine cabinet of outdated, unused or unwanted medications (prescriptions and non-presriptions). If you find that you have anything like this in your cabinet or on your shelves, this is a great time to get rid of them. Takeback is a great service to our community because it promotes a safe method of getting rid of our unused medications and keeping them out of the hands of our your or those that may abuse the usage.
On Saturday, April 29th, 2017, the National Event is uderway, and you can take them to the Harrison Police Department or to the Boone County Department from 10 to 2.
Harrison Police Dept
116 N Spring
Harrison, AR 72601
Boone County Sheriff's Office
5800 Law Drive
Harrison, AR 72601
Both have locked drop-off bins at their locations for drop offs at any time.
We encourage you to "Monitor, Secure and dispose of your prescription medications. Store medicine in a locked box. Then remove old medications, but DO NOT flush unwanted drugs, or place in trash.
still on schedule...
will be May 1-26,
designating a week for each Ward.
Ward 1: May 1-5
Ward 2: May 8-12
Ward 3: May 15-19
Ward 4: May 22-29
Know your Ward, and have items curbside on the Sunday prior to the week for your ward. Inland will only go through your street one time, so be sure to have your items out.
Click on title above for list of acceptable and unacceptable items.
KICK BUTTS DAY is March 15, 2017!
In IGNITE NEWS:
Eleven of our IGNITE youth went to Lead & Seed Training in Eureka Springs this past weekend and learned a great deal on how to lead other youth in the fight of Tobacco, Drug, and Alcohol Prevention. The IGNITE Youth next will head to Mountain Home March 31-April 1, 2017 for a SYNAR Conference at the Ramada Inn.
Please, Please mark your calendars for the 5th Annual Party in the Park on Saturday April 8, 2017 at Minnie Harris Park in Harrison from 11:00 am-7:00 pm. It will be an amazing time so please take a moment to look at the attached flyer for all the details.
Kick Butts Day is a national day of activism that empowers youth to stand out, speak up and seize control against Big Tobacco. More than 1,000 events are expected in schools and communities across the United States and even around the world. This year Kick Butts Day will be on March 15th, 2017.
On Kick Butts Day, teachers, youth leaders and health advocates organize events to:
- Raise awareness of the problem of tobacco use in their state or community;
- Encourage youth to reject the tobacco industry's deceptive marketing and stay tobacco-free; and
- Urge elected officials to take action to protect kids from tobacco.
Why is Kick Butts Day important?
We have made great strides in the fight against tobacco. But every day, more than 3,000 kids under 18 try smoking for the first time and 700 kids become new regular, daily smokers. Tobacco use is still the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S., killing more than 480,000 people every year.
By getting involved in Kick Butts Day and other activities, America’s youth can raise awareness about the tobacco problem, encourage peers to be tobacco-free and support effective solutions to reduce tobacco use.
Kick Butts Day is organized by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. The first Kick Butts Day was held in 1996. Please visit http://www.kickbuttsday.org/ for more information.
Daylight Saving Time
starts this Sunday, March 12.
We may be losing an hour of sleep this weekend,
but by moving the clocks forward,
we get to enjoy more daylight throughout the warm months.
Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, most of Arizona and American Samoa don’t change their clocks. If you live elsewhere in the U.S. don’t forget to “spring forward” your clocks and watches at 2 AM your local time on Sunday.
HAPPY VETERANS DAY!
The City of Harrison's
offices will be closed on
Friday, November 11, 2016 for
so that we may honor
our nations veterans.
Veterans Day – Message from the Mayor
We, at the City of Harrison, are humbled by the bravery and courage of the veterans in our community and in our country. Every year when we celebrate Veterans Day on November 11th, we are reminded to thank our family, friends, community members, and especially our very own officers and staff, who have served or are serving in all branches of the military. Our veterans and their families have made many sacrifices to keep our country safe.
We strongly encourage everyone to think of our veterans and thank them when you see them. We support and honor our veterans, not just on Veterans Day, but every day of the year.
Daniel D. Sherrell, Mayor