The Home Builders Association of Greater Little Rock is deeply saddened
by the devastating damage created by the Tornado on March 31
that tore through Central Arkansas.
We are here to help!
Below is a list of resources to help you navigate rebuilding your home.
Should you have specific questions, please do not hesitate to contact us
at 501-758-3646 or 501-951-1305 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our prayers continue to be with everyone that has been affected.
We will continue to update this page as things progress.
LOCAL CITY GOVERNMENT RESOURCES
Arkansas Disaster Relief
Volunteers will assist homeowners affected by the recent tornados
with roof tarping, debris cleanup and chainsaw work.
(828) 588-5711 ENGLISH
(833) 610-4243 SPANISH
Southern Baptist Convention
Disaster Relief for Arkansas
Volunteers will assist disaster survivors by preparing hot meals,
removing damaged trees and debris,tarping roofs, shoveling mud, etc.
CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE REQUEST
or CALL (800) 806-6940
DEBRIS CLEARING RESOURCES
All local municipalities have begun to pick up curbside debris.
LARGE TRUCKS WITH CRANES will be coming through residential
areas, and will take up most of the roadways.
Please move to the opposite side of the road if you see on of these trucks.
We ask that you have patience while they are working.
Please refer to this chart to know how to properly separate your debris.
DEBRIS CLEARING CHART
City of Little Rock
Residents may dispose of vegetative and construction debris at Reservoir Park, 8321 Cantrell Road, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The City will accept only those two types of debris, and they must be separated before drop-off. Residents and contractors will enter and exit Reservoir Park from the Cantrell Road entrance.
City of North Little Rock
Residents may dispose of separated debris at the Hospitality House Parking Lot, 402 W. Military Drive (enter Burns Park at Charles Boyer Drive). This debris site is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Proof of residency required.
City of Sherwood
The City of Sherwood will pick up debris from front curbs of residences.