July 14 town council minutes and August 11 agenda posted.
In the minutes it's pretty well business as usual, a good thing. Coming up on the August 11 agenda, it's funding options, the starting date for pavement, and neighborhood watch updates. By the way, the oil drilling came up with a dry hole but our fair town was paid for the water the drillers used.
June 9 town council minutes and July 14 agenda available.
In the minutes read about streets, sanitation and a senatorial staff visit. In the agenda, see what's next up. Granted, it's not like reading a John Grisham novel, but it does let you know what's going on.
2014 Water test results now available
We're pleased to present to you the 2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report informs you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water, and we want you to understand, and be involved in the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. Click here to read or download a copy of the report.
May 12 council minutes now available, June agenda still in the making
Read about electric lines for the sewage lagoons, garbage truck issues, and more — and watch this spot for the June 9 council meeting agenda.
2015 Bream Fest picture gallery
April 14 council minutes and May 12 council agenda
March 10 council meeting minutes and April 14 council agenda
Just in case you missed the March 10, 2015 Felsenthal Town Counci meeting and want to find out what went on, click here for the minutes of that meeting. If you want to know what's on for the April 14, 2015 council meeting, click here for the meeting agenda.
Neighborhood Watch Program
The Union County Sheriff's office will present a Neighborhood Watch training program following the regular Felsenthal Town Council meeting April 14, 2015 at approximately 5:oo p.m in the Town Hall. Everyone is encouraged to attend and hear Mr. Bill Hickman from the sheriff's office make this informative and valuable presentation. Please let us know if you plan to attend (RSVP by phone, email, Facebook, fax or drop in and tell us).
February 10 town council minutes and March 10 council meeting agenda
Discover the goings on at the February 10, 2015 Felsenthal Town Council meeting and see what is prognosticated for the March 10, 2015 gathering of alderpersons. See what "they" did and what "they" intend to do. Click here for the February 2015 town council minutes and here for the March 2015 town council agenda.
End of year financial reports and proposed budgets posted
Expenditures for 2014 for for the Felsenthal General, Sewer, Water and Street Funds are now posted for your review. Click here for for General, here for sewer, here for water, and here for street. Or you can use the main menu above under Home>Budgets.
2014 Breamfest picture galleries posted
Three, count 'em, three, 2014 Breamfest picture galleries are now available. Gallery-1 shows fishing tournament competitors on the lake. Gallery-2 also shows fishing competitors on the lake plus several pictures of the weigh-in. See baggo, the water slide, clowns, and folks in Gallery 3. All galleries are also available from the main menu (above). Click on Breamfest and follow the prompts.
2014 Breamfest Baggo
Julie Hansen heaves a bag as her daughter, Katelyn, casts and admiring glance during the Breamfest Baggo Tournament Friday night, May 23.
Felsenthal has a new fax number and a new form
The Town of Felsenthal now has a new dedicated fax line: 870.943.2447. We also have a new water and sewer form (don't panic, it is for new applications only). Click here to see or download the new form.
Worth Camp maps still available
The fine Worth Camp laminated maps of the Felsenthal Wildlife Refuge are now available at the Felsenthal Town Hall for $25.oo.
We are Felsenthal, Arkansas, next door to the Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge — covering 65,000 acres in Ashley, Bradley and Union Counties in south Arkansas. Grand Marais Lake is in our back yard.
Felsenthal NWR is the world's largest green-tree reservoir. The Refuge offers hiking trails, fishing, wildlife observation photography, hunting, including youth hunts, environmental education and interpretation, and camping. Click here for Felsenthal NWR fact sheet.
For our visitors and friends: Find out about how much fun you can have here, about our history, our outdoor sports and our events. We are a friendly Southern town and love company. Y'all come.
For home folks: Find information about your home town, including:
- Town council meeting schedule is now on the community calendar
- Town council meeting agendas (see main menu above under Home)
- Town council minutes are now posted (see main menu above under Home)
- Water and sewer application and flood plain permit forms
- The Felsenthal annual budget
- Monthly financial reports
- Proposed ordinances
- Community calendar
- Wildlife and outdoor activities
Click here to email us. Call us at 870.943.2454