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101 N Church St
Monticello, AR 71655
(870) 367-4422

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Non-emergency city services are closed today in observance of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr Day of National Service. Monday's trash route will be picked up Wednesday, January 18th. #MLKDay

City of Monticello, Arkansas added 2 new photos.
City Flag lowered to half-staff in memory of former District Court Judge P. Luevonda Ross. (12/5/2016) #MonticelloAR Friday Mayor Zack Tucker signed a proclamation ordering the Flag of the City of Monticello to be placed at half-staff in memory of former District Court Judge P. Luevonda Ross who passed away Friday. The City Flag will remain at half-staff until sundown Saturday, December 10, 2016; the day of Judge Ross' funeral service. "Judge Ross was passionate about her community and the people she represented on the bench,” said Mayor Zack Tucker. “Her benevolent leadership will be missed in Drew County; and the I will be eternally grateful for her friendship and service for the community.” In December 2014, she completed her term as a Drew County District Court judge, a position she was appointed to in 2012 by Gov. Mike Beebe. In February 2016, she was elected to service as Judge in the 10th Judicial Circuit for Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Desha and Drew counties. Ross spent much of her career in public service, beginning as a staff attorney at Central Arkansas Legal Services in Little Rock. She has served as a deputy prosecutor in the Prosecuting Attorney’s office in the 10th Judicial District and later as a deputy prosecutor in the 11th Judicial District-West in Pine Bluff. She also worked in the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office in the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit as an assistant attorney general and later as deputy attorney general. Ross was an honor graduate of Monticello High School and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Hendrix College. In 1984, she was one of the first 10 students to study under a new program at Birkbeck College, London University, in London, England. In 1986, she was accepted to study in the Justice Unit of the Washington Semester Program at the American University in Washington, D.C. She also studied abroad for a year at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, in Madrid, Spain as a Rotary International Foundation Scholar. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Temple University School of Law. Ross was the Monticello-Drew County Chamber of Commerce 2014 Woman of the Year and is a recipient of the NAACP 2013 Leadership Award. Funeral service will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, December 10, 2016 at Monticello Middle School.

Tomorrow at 7:30PM join us in McCloy Park for the last moive on the season, "Hocus Pocus" (1993) Bring your blanket and popcorn. #2016MoviesinthePark #MonticelloAR

CITY TO EXPAND YARD WASTE COLLECTION. (10/18/2016) #MonticelloAR The City of Monticello is expanding its yard waste collection program to include regular weekly pickup and year round small limb collection. In 2016, the City Council approved to budget funds to expand the service which included purchasing a street sweeper with a vacuum attachment for collecting leaves without requiring residents to bag. The City purchased a street sweeper in July and has spent several months working through details of collection and disposal of such items to determine the most effective and efficient means of handling yard waste. Starting November 1, 2016, residents will no longer be required to call-in and request a pickup for limb or leave collection. “City services for yard waste collection simply were not adequate enough to meet the demand of our residents,” Monticello Mayor Zack Tucker reports. “As a result, residents were disposing of limbs and leaves by their own means which usually included burning their yard waste in ditches and curbs; creating drainage issues across town.” City officials hope this new Tuesday yard waste collection, will encourage residents to not burn leaves or limbs; clogging our community’s drainage ditches. “The benefits of regular yard waste pickup are huge for our community,” continued Mayor Tucker. “This is one extra way the city can help residents keep our city clean and safe, and hopefully significantly reduce burning.” To have leaves and small limbs picked-up by city crews on the weekly Tuesday’s collection program, residents must have items placed at the curb (within 5 feet of the edge of the street or sidewalk) by 6:00AM. Yard Waste items should not be placed at the curb any earlier than the day before collection day. Although, calling-in to be placed on the pickup list is not a requirement, it is still highly encouraged to ensure city crews do not miss your home. Call 870-367-3415. Items Allowed • Leaves un-bagged • Small Limbs (less than 10 inch diameter and 6 foot in length) • Pine Straw NOT Allowed (Take to County Landfill) • Construction Waste • Dirt and rocks • Larger Limbs • Stump & Roots • Large Bushes/ Hedges • Fencing or Structure All yard waste collected is processed at the city’s transfer station on Old Warren Road into public mulch and compost available for free pickup to any Monticello resident. If you have questions regarding acceptable items for pick-up or pick-up schedules, please call City Hall, 870-367-4400

The work they do in the face of the most tragic events in our cities. #ThankyouMPD #ThankyouMFD #LEOSM #911day

#citynews Mayor @zackerytucker Announces Members of a Special Armory Taskforce

@Drew_Memorial Thank you for keeping #MonticelloAR "the heartbeat of the region."

Today was a great day for #MonticelloAR! We broke ground on a $30 million expansion at @Drew_Memorial

City announces fishing tournament opportunities. More info at