Saline County, Arkansas
Welcome to Saline County
Welcome to Saline County’s new web-site. Saline County is located in the heart of Arkansas and has a small hometown America feel, but provides location, location, location relative to the vibrant capitol of Arkansas. Come by and visit our 1902 historic courthouse, we would love to meet you.
|Quorum Court Meeting|
|Quorum Court meeting is the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm in the courtroom #1 at the courthouse: February 18, 2014; March 18; April 15; May 20; June 17; July 15; August 19; September 16; October 21; November 18; December 16|
|Finance & Personnel Meeting|
|Regular Finance and Personnel Meeting on the first Monday of each month at 6 pm in the courtroom #1 at the courthouse. March 3rd April 7th May 6th June 2nd July 7th August 4th September 1st October 6th November 3rd December 1st|
Voters are encouraged to make themselves aware and plane accordingly to ease confusion concerning Arkansas' new voter identification law before going to the polls or sending in an absentee ballot. Beginning January 2014, act 595 of 2013 requires voters to present a.
A VALID PHOTO I.D.
Valid photo identification must be issued by the federal government, State of Arkansas or an accredited Arkansas college or university. Your name and photograph must be on the valid photo identification and it must not be expired for more than four years before election day.
For those voting as absentees, a copy of a current and valid photo identification, or copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows that name and address of the voter is required for your vote to count.
For more information call SALINE COUNTY CLERK Doug Curtis at 501-303-5630 or email at Doug.email@example.com
Household Hazardous Waste is now being accepted for Saline County Citizens only (No Businesses) from 7am – 5pm at the Saline County Maintenance Building in Benton located at 205 S. East Street. No Drop offs after 5 PM. Violators will be prosecuted and the area is monitored by surveillance. The household chemicals that are accepted include: paints (latex, oil, enamels, etc.), pool chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, used oil, kerosene, paint thinners, batteries (NicCad, Lithium, car, motorcycle, lawn mower), household cleaners, and light bulbs. For more information please contact the Saline County RSWMD office at 501-776-2533 or visit our website at www.salinecountyrswmd.com. Like us on Facebook at Saline County Regional Solid Waste Mgt District to keep up to date for recycling information.
Next dates are April 9th, July 9th, and October 8th.
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Six elected Saline County officials announced the lauching the county's new One-Stop-Shop Page on the Internet that makes finding public records easier. Rather than a person needing to know which office has a public record, the webpage asks what record is being sought and then bring up the site where that record is available. Saline County is the first county in the state to have such a website. Shown above at the announcement are (from left to right) Tax Assessor Jim Crawford, County Judge Lanny Fite, Circuit Clerk Dennis Milligan, Tax Collector Joy Ballard, County Clerk Doug Curtis and Treasurer Larry Davis. www.salinerecords.org