By completing this survey, your answers will help guide the effort to prepare a strategic plan for community development for the citizens of Dumas, Arkansas. This survey will be used as a tool and responses are confidential.
Want to kick off the upcoming football season with a clean bill of health and a free TV to watch all the big games? We’ve got it all at Arkansas Urology’s 17th Annual Kickoff to Men’s Health where we are offering FREE prostate cancer screenings and a chance to win a flat-screen TV!
Arkansas Economic Development Commission’s Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Division is hosting a leadership training with Jon Harrison, the President and Founder of VIP2. The event is free and will be beneficial for minority and women-owned businesses around the state to participate.
The City of Dumas water tanks were being drained which effected the water flow in the city. The valves have been turned back on and the water flow will return back to normal. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The City of Dumas is looking for a person with grant writing experience to assist with compiling data and writing grants; as well as, administer the grant if received.
Mayor Simon submitted an application in March 2021 to Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC) through the General Assistance set aside of the Arkansas Community and Development Program (ACEDP), funded through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) States Program for Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Program CDBG).
A full time general laborer position is open with the Dumas Water and Sewer Department.
“It’s critical we continue to have these discussions around Arkansas to ensure people have the facts and science behind these vaccines,” the Governor said on Monday. “The testimony from local health care professionals, community leaders, and former COVID patients has been beneficial in combatting misinformation.”
We are currently accepting requests for the following work: flood cleanup, content removal for rentals, downed tree cleanup, and temporary roof repair with tarp. Requests are handled depending on need and volunteer availability.
The City of Dumas has forms available for those who received flood damages to their homes and businesses. The forms should be completed and returned to the City of Dumas, City Hall to be submitted to FEMA for processing.