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This includes access to all amenities of the facility. Residency will be determined by the address on the individual's Driver’s License. Please bring your license when turning in your membership application and payment to the front desk. We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
Within the dates of July 3 - July 5 of each year, between the hours of 11:00am - 11:00pm, the use of fireworks shall be permitted, with the exception of any aerial fireworks device attached to a stick commonly referred to as a "bottle rocket", or any other similar device, regardless of its name.
With the exception of fireworks used or exploded by the city for purposes of a public display, no fireworks shall be used or discharged on any city owned property.
No fireworks shall be used or exploded on private property without the property owner's consent.
Burning of yard wastes in a residential zone is permitted in the city limits.
The term "yard waste" shall mean grass, clippings, leaves and shrubbery trimmings collected from residential property.
The fire chief, or his designee, will be notified and such burning shall be conducted in accordance with the open burning policies of the fire department. Conditions such as exposures, weather conditions, proximity to neighboring structures, schools and other public facilities and hazardous occupancies may cause denial of such a request.
Permit requests may be completed by filling out a burn permit form online, or by calling 636-4141.
A request can also be made in person at the Fire Administration office at 201 N. 1st St. or by calling (479) 621-1179.
Please note that EMS records contain protected information and can only be released to the patient.
Oil-based or alkyd paint is always considered a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and should be disposed of at a HHW collection facility or collection event. Visit www.bccleanup.org or call (479) 271-1083 for more information.
Donate unused paint: Habitat for Humanity will accept full cans of paint that are no older than 2 years at their Restore facility located at 908 SE 21 St., Bentonville (479) 273-3638. Other non-profit organizations that may have a need for paint are: Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H, fire departments, military bases, prisons, summer camps and donations for graffiti cleanups.
Benton County Solid Waste-Hazardous Waste
Court workers will be assisting in the Recycling Center which is open Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. You must take a one hour lunch on weekdays, which will be deducted from your time.
We require a minimum commitment of 4 hours each time you work unless given permission by the on site manager.
You will be working in an industrial setting so dress accordingly based on expected weather conditions. You must comply with our dress code in order to work at this facility. a. No crop tops, tank tops, leggings, yoga pants, pajamas, sagging pants, slippers or sandals. b. No inappropriate offensive messages, swear words or pictures allowed on clothing. c. Closed-toe shoes only. We encourage steel-toed leather boots. d. No jewelry, other than wedding rings. All piercings must be removed. e. Shorts are allowed during extreme heat conditions as long as they reach the knee.
All personal protective equipment is provided. We recommend bringing a pair of work gloves.