CODE ENFORCEMENT 

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Support the Mayflower

Volunteer Fire Department

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Josh Woods has been named as the new Fire Chief for Mayflower, after serving as a volunteer firefighter with our department since 2015, and comes to us from the Sherwood Fire Department, where he has worked since 2002.
Josh is a graduate of the Arkansas Fire Academy and holds degrees in Fire Science and Emergency Medical Services. Chief Woods is certified as a Fire and EMS Instructor and has attended more than 35 Fire, EMT, and Specialty classes to remain current in his field.
He is currently: President of the State Fire EMS Board, a board member of the Arkansas EMS Association/CPS Board, and is on the State Critical Incident Stress Management Team.
Josh lives in Mayflower with his wife and two children and is an active member of our community. 

“I am devoted to Mayflower’s future to provide safety and security for my family, friends…and the residents of this community. I feel proud to call Mayflower my home.”

 

Staff

 

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Chief Josh Woods

 

 

 Code Enforcement:

Danny Leigh

 

 

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Volunteer Fire Department and City of Mayflower Receive Donation

 

Mayor & Fire Chief Exxon Donation

Mayor Randy Holland and Fire Chief Carl Rossini

are shown with a $10,000 donation from Exxon Mobile

to help with the cost of the City Hall Safe Room,

which will house the emergency communications equipment.

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*To show appreciation for their local heroes,  Fred’s donated $213.07 to the MVFD.*

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View The Latest Newsletter HERE

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ADEQ-  Managing Household and Yard Waste

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FEMA-Family Communication Plans

Emergencies can happen at any time. Do you know how to get in touch with your family if you are not together?  FEMA has provided some helpful planning pages to help you and your children be  prepared in case an emergency arises.

 

Group Fire Grant

Representative Doug House presented the Rural Volunteer Fire Departments from District 40 a grant from the Central Arkansas Planning and Development District in the amount of $182, 284. Receiving grants were representatives from the following rural VFDs:  Saltillo, Hwy 286 E, Cato, Runyan Acres, Mayflower, Beaverfork, Oak Grove, and North Pulaski. Not present, but also receiving a grant: Liberty VFD.

 

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Mayor Randy Holland and Fire Chief Carl Rossini were present to receive their grant of $18,250 from Representative Doug House.

 

 

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 Assisting a Neighboring Fire Department

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Central Fire Station Upgrades

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The Mayflower Volunteer Fire Department finally got several new improvements to the exterior of the building, allowing it to blend in with its surroundings.  The parking lot was also redone to repair the existing blacktop, which had begun to buckle under the weight of the fire trucks driving over it for so many years.

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West Substation

Substation page

Keep checking back for updates to the ISO ratings for those living

within 5  driving miles of this substation on Easterwood Point Road.

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CLICK HERE TO VIEW EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

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Please call 501-470-1200 

or 501-470-1000 (Police)  

to determine the status of any

burn bans at this time.

Most of the time, Mayflower’s Burn Ban

will be the same as Faulkner County’s.

The link below shows any state-wide burn bans by county.

http://www.arkfireinfo.org/

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Below is a map of the area covered by The Mayflower Fire Department

 

 

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Fire 3-22-10. Firefighters with Pine Village and Mayflower fire departments responded Monday afternoon to a fire at 392 Sturgis Road. Mayflower Fire Chief Carl Rossini said at the scene that he was among the first firefighters to arrive and found half of the residence engulfed. The efforts of these and other firefighters kept the fire contained, but the residence was destroyed. One man lived in the residence, according to a family member, and he was not home when the fire started. This family member said that arrangements had been made for the man to have a place to stay.