Cancellations

IF YOU FEEL YOU HAVE COVID-19 SYMPTOMS:

BAXTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER HAS ESTABLISHED A REGIONAL COVID-19 HOTLINE AVAILABLE FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. AT (870) 508-7001. INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS CAN ALSO BE FOUND AT WWW.BAXTERREGIONAL.ORG, WWW.CDC.GOV OR WWW.HEALTHY.ARKANSAS.GOV.

UAMS HAS ESTABLISHED A HOTLINE AT 1-800-632-4502 FOR PEOPLE WITH COVID-19 QUESTIONS OF FEEL THAT THEY MAY HAVE SYMPTOMS. PARENTS MAY ALSO CALL 1-800-743-3616 TO SPEAK WITH A NURSE AT ARKANSAS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IF THEY THINK THEIR CHILD IS EXHIBITING SYMPTOMS.

MOUNTAIN HOME PUBLIC SCHOOLS MEALS AVAILABLE

5 DAYS WORTH OF BREAKFASTS AND LUNCHES (ENOUGH FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND THE FOLLOWING MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY) NO LATER THAN 9 A.M. FAMILIES MAY ALSO ELECT TO PICK UP THE 5-DAY BAGS OF CHILDREN'S MEALS FROM 8-9 A.M. ON THURSDAY AT THE HACKLER 3RD GRADE DROP-OFF AREA. 

THE THURSDAY MEAL PROCEDURE WILL CONTINUE FOR THE REMAINING WEEKS WE ARE OUT OF SCHOOL. IF YOU HAVE ALREADY CALLED TO SCHEDULE MEAL DELIVERY, YOU'RE ON THE LIST AND WILL NOT NEED TO CALL AGAIN UNLESS YOU WANT TO DISCONTINUE DELIVERY. 

 

BUS STOP STUDENT MEAL DELIVERIES WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THE REQUEST OF PARENTS. PARENTS SHOULD CONTACT THE MHPS TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT AT 425-1240 DURING SCHOOL HOURS TO SCHEDULE THOSE DELIVERIES.

 

 

PUBLIC EVENTS CANCELED/POSTPONED/CHANGES

THE CITY OF MOUNTAIN HOME:

CITY HALL CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC ALL EMPLOYEES ARE STILL WORKING AND IF YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE  YOU CAN CALL 870-425-5116.

HAS CANCELED ALL PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES AND CLOSED THE LC SAMMONS YOUTH CENTER. ALL PLAY GROUND EQUIPMENT AND PAVILIONS  ARE CLOSED IN MH CITY PARKS AND BATHROOMS ARE LOCKED.

SPRING YOUTH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL LEAGUES WILL DELAY THE START OF TEAM PRACTICES TFN.

WITH THE SEASON STARTING ON APRIL 27 AND ENDING THE WEEK OF MAY 25. SOFTBALL ASSESSMENTS DELAYED TFN.

MOUNTAIN HOME  WATER DEPARTMENT CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. ALL BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED THROUGH THE OFFICE'S DRIVE THRU AND OVER THE TELEPHONE AT (870) 425-5115.

THE CITY OF MOUNTAIN HOME IS OFFERING A PROGRAM TO PROVIDE FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY OF GROCERIES AND PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS.

THE PROGRAM WILL SERVE THE CITY'S SENIOR CITIZENS, 65 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER, LIVING WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF MOUNTAIN HOME. THE SERVICE IS AVAILABLE MONDAY-FRIDAY, 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. FOR MORE DETAIL CLICK THE LINK BELOW OR CALL THE MOUNTAIN HOME POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 425-6336.

https://www.mtnhomepolice.com/citizens-of-mountain-home-65-and-older-free-pickup-for-groceries-and-prescription-medications/

BAXTER COUNTY OFFICES:

BEGINNING MAY 4, THE PEOPLE'S BUILDINGS, THE BAXTER COUNTY COURTHOUSE ON THE SQUARE AND THE OFFICE ANNEX ACROSS 7TH STREET WILL OPEN TO LIMITED TRAFFIC AND THE PUBLIC BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 4, 2020. IT IS STILL BEST FOR ANYONE VISITING THE OFFICES OF COUNTY CLERK, JUDGE, TREASURER, ASSESSOR, COLLECTOR, VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE AND BAXTER COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE, TO CALL AHEAD OF TIME AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT. MOST TRAFFIC WILL BE LIMITED TO ONE ENTRY AT A TIME AND UNTIL THAT ONE CLEARS OTHERS WILL WAIT OUTSIDE THE ENTRY DOOR, IN THE FOYER ENTRY WAY OR HALLWAY WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING EXPECTED AND ENFORCED. ENTRY INTO THE COURT HOUSE WILL BE THROUGH EITHER THE SOUTH OR NORTH DOORS. ACCOMMODATIONS WILL BE ADDRESSED WITH ANY INCLEMENT WEATHER. BEING QUESTIONED AND HAVING YOUR TEMPERATURE CHECKED MAY HAPPEN UPON ANY ENTRY TO THE COUNTY FACILITIES. IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS CONCERNING THIS ANNOUNCEMENT, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE YOU NEED TO VISIT FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

 

THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE WILL CONTINUE AS THEY HAVE BEEN OPERATING THE PAST MONTH. 911 FACILITY, AND JAIL VISITATION IS STILL PROHIBITED AND WILL BE ADDRESSED IN THE NEAR FUTURE. THE COURT COMPLEX ON 6TH STREET WILL NOT OPEN AND IS ALSO PENDING FINAL PLANS AND WILL NOT RE-OPEN PRIOR TO MAY 15 PER THE AR SUPREME COURT ORDER. THAT ANNOUNCEMENT WILL ALSO COME AT A LATER DATE. THE BAXTER COUNTY HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION WILL NOT RE-OPEN FOR BUSINESS UNTIL JUNE 1, 2020.

 

BEGINNING THE MORNING OF MAY 16, THE BAXTER COUNTY FARMERS MARKET WILL BEGIN TO OPERATE AS IT HAS IN THE PAST. AS ALL THE VENDORS HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED, SOCIAL DISTANCING IS EXPECTED, AND IF NOT POSSIBLE, THE USE OF PPE IS EXPECTED. IN ALL CASES INCLUDING THIS ONE AND ALL THE ABOVE, FOLLOW THE AR DEPT. OF HEALTH GUIDELINES BEFORE VISITING. IF YOU ARE OR HAVE RECENTLY BEEN SICK, STAY HOME. IF YOU HAVE TRAVELED OUTSIDE THE COUNTY AND/OR STATE TO DESIGNATED STATES, PLEASE STAY HOME TILL THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF DAYS HAVE EXPIRED. IF THESE GUIDELINES ARE NOT ADHERED TO, AND/OR THERE IS ANOTHER BREAK OUT OF POSITIVE COVID19 CASES, ALL THE ABOVE ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE CANCELED IMMEDIATELY. WE WANT TO PROTECT ALL OF YOU AS RESIDENTS OF BAXTER COUNTY AND ALL THE EMPLOYEES THAT HAVE CONTINUED TO WORK THROUGH THIS CLOSURE. THAT IS BEING MONITORED DAILY AND ANY REVENUE SHORTFALLS THAT MIGHT AFFECT THAT WILL BE FORTH COMING IF OR WHEN IT HAPPENS.

 

STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY,

MICKEY D PENDERGRASS

BAXTER COUNTY JUDGE

COUNTY'S WEBSITE AT WWW.BAXTERCOUNTY.ORG.

 

911 CENTER CLOSED TO ANY PUBLIC ACCESS

VISITATION AT BAXTER COUNTY JAIL SUSPENDED TFN 

BAXTER COUNTY LIBRARY CLOSED TFN

 

DAV VAN SERVICES TO VA IN LITTLER ROCK AND NORTH LITTLE ROCK CHANGING: THE WEST ROUTE HWY 65 WILL RUN ON MONDAYS ONLY. THE EAST ROUTE HWY 5 WILL RUN ON THURSDAYS ONLY. CALL DAV OFFICE FOR RESERVATIONS OR IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES 870-425-2003. 

VAN MATRE SENIOR CENTER CLOSED TO PUBLIC TFN. HOME DELIVERED MEALS (MEALS ON WHEELS), TRANSPORTATION TO THE GROCERY STORE, PHARMACY, NON-SICKNESS RELATED MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS

NATS IN MOUNTAIN HOME AND HARRISON NOT RUNNING REGULAR ROUTES TFN. ON DEMAND SERVICE STILL RUNNING. MOUNTAIN HOME 870-425-6989 HARRISON 870-741-8008 

 

NAEC CLOSING LOBBIES DRIVE-THROUGHS OPEN  AND DROP BOXES AVAILABLE

MOUNTAIN HOME PILOTS ALL ACTIVITIES POSTPONED TFN. 

BRMC COMMUNITY HOUSE EVENTS CANCELED

 

 

 

 

 
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