Pea Ridge Police Department

  • Agency: Pea Ridge Police Department
  • Address: 293 S Curtis, Pea Ridge, 72751 AR
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (479) 451-8220
Fax: (479) 451-1681
Email:

Pea Ridge Police Department is located at 293 S Curtis, Pea Ridge, 72751 AR. The Pea Ridge Police Department phone number is (479) 451-8220.

Pea Ridge Police Department News

From KNWA - Northwest Arkansas News, here is a list of reported slick roads. According to Bentonville Communications Director Channing Barker, some Bentonville roads are slick, but the city is treating them with sand. Here’s a list of reported slick spots- Colonel Meyers Rd Snavely Rd Cow Face Rd Miller Church Rd J St Spanker Rd Faux Rd Osage bridge on Old Hwy 68 Logan Cave Rd Logan Rd Gann Ridge Rd BC 40 Bridges

Though we are still under a Winter Weather Advisory until 0600 tomorrow morning, we appear to be out of “danger” of ice accumulation. Please continue to use extreme caution when out and about and especially in the morning.

The weather system is here, but currently it’s just a very cold rain. Roads are just wet as of now (4:55pm), but please exercise caution as you are out and about. Temps are below freezing and we are under a Winter Weather Advisory. Road conditions could change very quickly as sleet/freezing rain is expected to mix in at any time. Stay weather ready.

Still monitoring our Winter Weather Advisory. It’s looking to impact our area during your commute home (6-7ish). Not sure just how much we will get, but as temps struggle to get above freezing, there is still a chance for some freezing rain. Stay weather ready, Pea Ridge!

DID YOU KNOW: According to the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association): 1. Smoke alarms provide an early warning of a fire, giving people additional escape time. In 2009-2013, smoke alarms sounded in more than half (53%) of the home1 fires reported to U.S. fire departments. 2. Three of every five home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarms (38%) or no working smoke alarms (21%) 3. The death rate per 100 reported home fires was more than twice as high in homes that did not have any working smoke alarms compared to the rate in homes with working smoke alarms (1.18 deaths vs. 0.53 deaths per 100 fires). 4. In fires in which the smoke alarms were present but did not operate, almost half (46%) of the smoke alarms had missing or disconnected batteries. 5. Dead batteries caused one-quarter (24%) of the smoke alarm failures. CHECK THE BATTERIES IN YOUR SMOKE DETECTORS! Assure they are all working accordingly! It could save your life! Source: https://www.nfpa.org/News-and-Research/Fire-statistics-and-reports/Fire-statistics/Fire-safety-equipment/Smoke-Alarms-in-US-Home-Fires

A new Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for our area beginning at 9am: .WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 9 AM THIS MORNING TO 6 AM CST THURSDAY... * WHAT...LIGHT FREEZING RAIN. ICE ACCUMULATIONS OF UP TO ONE TENTH OF AN INCH ARE EXPECTED. * WHERE...IN OKLAHOMA, MUSKOGEE, MCINTOSH AND PITTSBURG COUNTIES. IN ARKANSAS, BENTON AND CARROLL COUNTIES. * WHEN...FROM 9 AM THIS MORNING TO 6 AM CST THURSDAY. THE THREAT FOR NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WILL LIKELY HOLD OFF UNTIL THIS EVENING. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...THE ICE WILL RESULT IN DIFFICULT TRAVEL CONDITIONS, INCLUDING DURING THE EVENING COMMUTE. BE PREPARED FOR REDUCED VISIBILITIES AT TIMES. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY MEANS THAT PERIODS OF FREEZING RAIN WILL CAUSE TRAVEL DIFFICULTIES. BE PREPARED FOR SLIPPERY ROADS AND LIMITED VISIBILITIES, AND USE CAUTION WHILE DRIVING. IN ARKANSAS, FOR THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS CALL 1-800-245-1672 OR GO TO ARKANSASHIGHWAYS.COM. IN OKLAHOMA, FOR THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS CALL 1-844-465-4997 OR GO TO OKROADS.ORG. Source: https://weather.com/weather/alerts/localalerts/l/72751:4:US?phenomena=WW&significance=Y&areaid=ARZ001&office=KTSA&etn=0008

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for our area: The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Benton, Washington, and Madison counties. This is in effect from 9PM until 6AM. As temperatures drop Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, there will be a brief chance for some sleet/freezing rain to mix in for parts of Northwest Arkansas. Most of the accumulating wintry weather will be north and west of the I-44 corridor where there is deeper cold air. Temperatures will probably not be below freezing long enough to cause much ice accumulation in Arkansas, but bridges and overpasses may get slick. Temperatures should warm back above freezing Wednesday midday, which will eliminate wintry weather chances. Source: http://5newsonline.com/2018/02/20/winter-weather-advisories-for-tonight/

Equipment provided, training provided and no, you don’t have to have years of experience! Joining our family is just a Department visit away! Message us or swing by the Fire House! Want us to contact you? Just comment “Me” in the comments below and someone will contact you shortly!

The fire department found out today that there was an issue with the processing of the fire dues. They are being processed today and sent out tomorrow. Sorry for delays on this.

Join the family!! Message us for details on how YOU could be a hero!

Either day or night, we are here to serve and protect you and your families! #ThinRedLine

Please if you start experiencing chest pain, call 911. Do not drive to the Mercy Clinic. It is great to have the clinic here, but in the event of a heart attack time is muscle.

Happy Valentine’s Day from the Pea Ridge Fire Department. Have a great day!

Station tour

What a great time tonight with the GY6ix project crew.

Please watch out for our Brother’s in Blue. Keep them safe. They keep us safe.

If you do not absolutely have to get out tonight, please don’t. Already one roll over accident due to black ice in Lee Town Road. Please stay indoors tonight.

Drop by and see us for more info on how you can become a fire fighter.

The Pea Ridge Fire dues for 2018 will begin showing up in mailboxes over the next week or so. If you live outside the city limit, but within the Pea Ridge Fire District, you will receive a notice.

Pea Ridge Fire Department is helping out with new hires from Bella Vista Fire Department. They are going through fire evaluation inside Pea Ridge Fire Department training facility.

Benton County continues to be under a 24 hour burn ban. Conditions will be re-evaluated tomorrow morning on 1/27/2018.

Benton County is currently under a 24 hour burn ban. Conditions will be re-evaluated tomorrow morning on 1/26/2018.

Something to watch.

Fire dues for 2018 have not been mailed out yet. If you have received a mailer about fire dues and it says $150.00 please disregard. Pea Ridge fire dues are $48.00. There has been an error with addresses with the company that sends out the county fire dues. Sorry for the issues this may have caused.