Arkansas Historic Preservation Program

Holly Hope with the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program will be in the area over the next few weeks taking pictures around Cammack Village. The pictures will provide a documentation of some of the original homes still remaining in Cammack Village. … Continued

The Cammack Village Periodical August 2018

The City Council met on Tuesday, August 14th. The Council had five items of New Business on the Agenda. They first appointed Ron Crane to position of City Recorded that was vacated by Jill Sullivan. We would like to thank Mrs. Sullivan for all her hard work during her time as Recorder.

Back to School Pool Hours

Beginning Monday, August 13th, the pool will be closed during the week due to Jefferson Elementary going back into session. The pool will reopen only on the weekends through Labor Day weekend.

The Cammack Village Periodical July 2018

The City Council met on Tuesday, July 10th. The Council first reviewed the monthly financial report and police report before turning their attention to New Business. There were two items of New Business for the Council to discuss. The Council first increased the daily rates to $10 per person. The increase was in response to rising cost of chemicals and maintenance costs.

Pool Memberships Are Now Half Price for 2018 Season

Pool memberships can now be purchased at the Swimming Pool for half price. The discounted membership prices for the remainder of the 2018 pool season are listed below. NON RESIDENT MEMBERSHIP SingleĀ  Membership $50.00 Family Membership $137.50 RESIDENT MEMBERSHIP SingleĀ  … Continued

The Cammack Village Periodical June 2018

All positions, except for City Recorder, are up for election this year. The candidate filing period is Friday, July 27th through Friday August 17th at noon. Nominating petitions for Mayor, City Attorney or City Council can be picked up at City Hall.

The Cammack Village Periodical May 2018

The City Council met on Tuesday, May 8th. The Council reviewed the monthly financial report given by Treasurer Thomas and monthly police report given by Chief Powell. After reviewing the monthly reports the Mayor announced the tennis courts surfacing is now complete and the courts are playable