**Sharp county burn ban has been lifted.**
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Hardy Police Department is located at 124 Woodland Hills Rd, Hardy, 72542 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Earnie Rose. The Hardy Police Department phone number is 870-856-2136.
**Sharp county burn ban has been lifted.**
🚫🔥Sharp county is still under a BURN BAN 🔥🚫
The Hardy Fire Dept. was excited to help the Spring River Baptist Church in handing out shoes to all the students at the Cherokee Elementary School. We appreciate the Spring River Baptist church for making this possible. We seen a lot of smiles and happy children this morning!
Don’t forget to come by station #1 Red Cross is here from 3pm-7pm!
Words cannot express how proud I am of this young man! He has spent his life growing up and learning at Hardy Fire Department. Today, he graduated from the Arkansas Fire Training Academy, after 9 weeks of tireless training!! He is an asset to the department and the community he serves! Congratulations Austin Rose! We are all very proud of you!
Sharp County is under a burn ban! 🚫🔥
This is an awesome event! We would love to see everyone there!!
The Hardy Police are asking for your help... Sometime during the early morning hours (last night) September 15th the men's bathroom in Loberg Park was vandalized. Person(s) forced entry into the restroom and broke several mirrors, a commode lid and trash cans. At least one of the suspects cut their hand and left a large amount of blood behind. We try to have nice things for public use so we are asking the community for help. Please note that the suspect will have a cut on one of their hands. If you have any information please contact me at 870-955-8763. Or you can call dispatch at the non-emergency number 870-994-2211. You can remain anonymous if you'd like. Thank you all in advance, Chief Tamara Taylor
Good, Morning, Hardy! We would like to remind everyone of the roads that will be closed on September 16 (tomorrow). The following roads will be closed for the safety of the runners and staff during the color run: Loberg park area, E Valley Road, N Spring Street (south of the rail road tracks), S Spring Street/Riverview Road Intersection, HWY 342, and Blue Bell Hollow. You can also view the visual aid below. Have a wonderful day!!
We Will Never Forget... Today, we remember all involved in the tragic events that unfolded 16 years ago. Many innocent people lost their lives including, the brave men and women 343 firefighters and 60 police officers that fought tirelessly to save everything they could. To this day, the numbers of emergency personnel passing due to illnesses related to 9/11 continues to raise. When you leave this morning, tell your loved ones you love them, you never know what may happen. We wish everyone a safe day!
Good morning, Hardy! We would like to remind everyone that the 16th of September the color run will begin at 9:00 AM. We will be closing roads in order to keep all the runners and staff safe. The following roads will not be accessible by vehicle during the run: Loberg park area, E Valley Road, N Spring Street (south of the rail road tracks), S Spring Street/Riverview Road Intersection, HWY 342, and Blue Bell Hollow. Please review the visual aid below! Please spread the word and have a great day!!
Due to the high temperatures and our hard working Firemen being called out for a water rescue call, our cardboard boat race has been cancelled. We have awarded the trophy for most creative to our participants. We are winding things down here. Thank you to everyone who came out to endure the heat with us!
Tomorrow is the big day! Come out to Loberg park for some summer fun!
Next Saturday is the big day! Cardboard boat races, watermelon eating contest and lots of water fun (slip-n-slides, sprinklers, water slide and more). Oh and the Mayor will be in the dunk tank around 2pm. Get your boat ready, its not to late! We will have a registration table set up at the event. Can't wait for everyone to join us at Loberg park.
Rest in peace brother thank you for your service.
Entry forms and guidelines for the Fireman's Fair cardboard boat races are available at the Hardy City Hall. City Hall is open Monday-Friday 7:30-4:00, closed 11:30-12:00 for lunch. Boat race theme is Fire/Rescue! Come sign up!!!
The City of Hardy - Department of Public Safety is accepting applications for Volunteer Firemen and Part Time II/ Reserve Police Officers. Training is provided for the VFD applicants. Requirements for Police: You must have attended and completed the minimum standards Auxiliary/Reserve & Part Time II Training Course. Applications for these positions can be picked up at the Hardy City Hall. The City of Hardy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.