The United Way Day of Caring is coming up soon! Use the link below to register for one of the volunteer projects we have going on in Charleston. Remember to register by March 15th to receive your free t-shirt.
Many disposable wipes claim to be flushable but actually they do not break down as they travel through pipes and into the sewer collection system. These wipes can create clogs in both household plumbing and the city’s sewer system and result in costly sewer backups. Other products that cause problems and should be flushed are: disposable diapers, rages and towels, feminine care products, paper towels, cotton balls/swabs, facial tissue and kitchen grease. PLEASE do your part and place these materials where they belong: in the trash. Putting the wrong things down the drain can damage the public sewer system and cause sewer backups in your home. THE ONLY THING YOU SHOULD EVER FLUSH DOWN A TOILET IS HUMAN WASTE AND TOILET PAPER.
Charleston Waterwork's Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is available at www.healthy.arkansas.gov/eng/ccr/200.pdf.
The Monthly Trash Bins adjacent to the Recyle center off Guy Fenter Drive are open the first Saturday of each month unless otherwise posted.
This website is undergoing updates and some features may not work correctly.
The Burn Ban has been lifted for Franklin County.
You can view the 2015 Charleston Waterworks Annual Drinking Water Quality Report at:
The Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus Adult and Continuing Education Dept. is holding GED classes Monday-Thursday 3:30-7:00pm.
Beginning August 26, 2015, Franklin County residents can earn their GED for free.
Please place your trash at the curb and do not exceed 50 lbs for any individual bag or filled trash can. Thank you.
Franklin County Emergency Management has notified us that they are having technical issues with the storm siren on the west end of Charleston.
The Charleston Chamber of Commerce meets the first Wednesday of each month at noon.
You can pay your Charleston water bill online at https://www.myfinepayment.com/utility/.
The Recycling Center is located off Guy Fenter Drive and takes cardboard, paper, plastic bottles and aluminum and tin cans.
Located at 222 N. Vine St. in Charleston, this center provides low-cost lunches at $2.00 for Seniors 60+ and $5.00 for all ages under 60.
This agency provides a wide range of services to help Arkansans with mental, physical and sensory disabilities in obtaining and keeping meaningful jobs in today's workforce.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) administers a Victim Notification Program that allows eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timely information regarding a criminal alien's release from custody.
The Charleston Police Department is initiating a Storm Shelter Registry for residents of the City of Charleston. This free, voluntary program will provide first responders with valuable timesaving location information should a storm shelter exit be blocked by debris or structural damage caused by severe weather.
To register, please complete the form below and return to the Charleston Police Department by: dropping off at City Hall, 1418 E. Main Street; mailing to Charleston Police Department, PO Box 426, Charleston, AR 72933; or emailing to email@example.com.
Many disposable wipes claim to be "flushable" but actually they do not break down as they travel through pipes and into the sewer system.
A Drug Drop Box has been installed in Charleston City Hall inside the main entrance courtesy of the City of Charleston and the Franklin County Sheriff’s office.
There is a Disc Golf Course installed at the City Park by the Charleston Lake.
Fines assessed through the Franklin County District Court -- Charleston Division can be paid online or by phone using My Fine Payment.
The City of Charleston now has an after hours emergency number - 479-965-5100.
The Charleston Police Department will write citations for property in violation of Ordinance 91-5.