Inclement Weather Policy

Due to inclement weather, the City’s Inclement Weather Policy declared on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, remains in effect.  Until further notice, the City of Little Rock will open at 10:00 am. 

Salt Routes Map

Street Closures

River Mountain Road

 

City Cancels Public Meetings as Winter Weather Hammers Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK – With winter weather making travel dangerous, the City of Little Rock announced on Monday that all public meetings have been canceled through Wednesday. The Board of Directors meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 23.

The City is working with homeless services providers to ensure that those experiencing homelessness have safe shelter. Little Rock Police Department and Little Rock Fire Department staff are providing transportation for any unsheltered residents they encounter.

Public safety staff strongly urges residents to stay off roadways if travel isn’t absolutely necessary. Any drivers who are out are reminded remain patient and vigilant around crews working to clear streets as quickly and safely as possible under these difficult circumstances.

City Supports Various Homeless Services Providers

LITTLE ROCK – The City is working with homeless services providers to ensure that those experiencing homelessness have safe shelter.

One of the service providers, The Van, has been operating since last Wednesday at the Hall of Industry on the Arkansas State Fairgrounds, serving those in need. The nonprofit was instrumental in making the arrangements to make the facility an emergency shelter.

Little Rock Police Department and Little Rock Fire Department staff are providing transportation for any unsheltered residents they encounter. 

Winter Weather Evening Update: No Trash Collection Tuesday / City Offices Closed; Public Meetings Canceled

LITTLE ROCK – City officials announced Monday that Public Works crews will not be collecting solid waste Tuesday. However, teams are expected to work Saturday to work toward catching up on routes after winter storm delays.

With weather making travel dangerous, the City of Little Rock also announced:

  • City offices will remain closed on Tuesday
  • All public meetings have been canceled through Wednesday
  • The Board of Directors meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 23

Public safety staff strongly urges residents to stay off roadways if travel isn’t absolutely necessary. Any drivers who are out are reminded remain patient and vigilant around crews working to clear streets as quickly and safely as possible under these difficult circumstances.