Tuesday, Jan 19, 2021
City of Little Rock Public Relations (501) 371-4421L. Lamor Williams
The City of Little Rock wants to assure residents that they will not be penalized because they have been unable to register their homes before the normal January 31 deadline.
Every year between January 1 and January 31 residents who live in mobile homes register them with the Planning and Development Department. However, due to restrictions still in place to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus, the City has been unable to issue registration stickers since March of last year. Staff is working to develop a contactless permitting process.
“City facilities remain closed to the public and it is unclear when we will be able to return to normal operations,” said Kevin Howard, the City’s Housing and Neighborhood Programs Department responsible for code enforcement. “We fully recognize that many of our residents are feeling the added financial, emotional and mental strain caused by the pandemic and we want to assure them that we will not be adding permit violations to the list of things they have to worry about.”
About the City of Little Rock’s Response to COVID-19
Residents may visit LittleRock.gov/covid19 for all information about the City’s efforts related to COVID-19, including the newly created Small Business Emergency Assistance Program. Volunteers are needed to assist with the grab-and-go feeding efforts for vulnerable populations, including students and seniors. Sign up at LittleRock.gov/volunteer. The Little Rock Cares Emergency Relief Fund benefits the grab-and-go feeding effort and the purchase of personal protective equipment (PPE). Donations of PPE are also accepted. Donate here or visit LittleRock.gov/covid19 and click on the Little Rock Cares Emergency Relief Fund button. Follow the City of Little Rock on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @CityLittleRock.