Tony Soyani, Tim Barnes, Pam Bone, Gayla Bradley, Peggy Eoff, Scott Jones, Sammy WardSend Message
The Clinton Advertising & Promotion Commission was established in 2008 to help organize and fund local improvement goals and establish a base for tourism marketing. Funded primarily by grants and by the small Hotel & Tourism tax (which in turn is revenue gained by tourism), its projects have included concerts & community festivals, additional support for local programs through the Chamber of Commerce, improvements/equipment for the City Park & Riverwalk, annual Christmas lighting/holiday displays, and partnerships with the regional tourism association & contributions to co-op funds for re-investments in promoting the area.
These are just a few 2016 projects of the A&P Commission:
- Clinton Parks & Recreation; Archey Fork Park – Disc Golf Course – Outdoor Amphiteather –
Clinton Christmas Light Experience;
- Mickey Gilley Concert
- Blue Wayfinding Signs on the Highway around City
2017 Projects in the works:
- Synchronized Fireworks Showcasing
- Music in the Park
- Disc Golf Tournaments
- Hamburger Tax
Function Of City of Clinton A & P Commission
By Tony Soyani – Chairman Commissioner of Clinton Advertising & Promotion Commission
The Clinton Advertising and Promotion Commission was created by the City in 2008 to manage the tax receipts collected through the 2% hotel tax levied on hotel rooms, and to enhance the lives of the citizens of Clinton through tourism promotion and the growth of the City’s Parks and Recreation Department. The Commission is made up of seven commissioners: two from the hotel industry, two from the restaurant industry, two city council members, and one at large position.Read more…
Clinton Municipal Airport | 544 Airport Rd, off Hwy 16 E
Contact Dawson Aviation: 501-745-5300
Jeff Pistole, Doug Davidson, Alex Kienlen, Tom Fleming, Kenny Whillock
Commissioners meet at Western Sizzlin’ on Hwy 65 in Clinton on the 2nd Thursday of each month at noonSend Message
- Airport Identifier: KCCA
- Runway: 4000 feet
- Elevation: 503 feet
- Available fuel: 100 LL avgas (no jet fuel)
- Fuel available 24/7 credit card access
- Hanger Space: Enclosed & open hangar available
- Tie downs available, first come first serve, about 12 available
- UNICOM frequency: 122.7
- AWOS frequency:118.72, 501-745-5000 for local weather
Clinton Animal Shelter: 187 Tester Street | 501-745-2121
Contact Lori Treat with SNYP (Spay & Neuter Your Pets)Send Message
We are a county and city funded, non-profit municipal animal control shelter dealing with dogs and cats. While we do offer shelter for as many animals as we have room to house and care for, unfortunately space, manpower and funding is severely limited. We do the best we can to provide a warm, comfortable and loving home for as long as we can. We are always looking for volunteers to help with the shelter; and caring, responsible and dependable permanent homes for the animals.
Adopting A Friend:
- To adopt a new furry companion, stop by our office and fill out an Adoption Contract and pay a fee of $50 per cat or kitten and $55 per dog or puppy.
- This fee includes spay/neuter of adopted pet, one 7-in-1 vaccine (Dogs/Puppies) or one 5-in-1 vaccine (Cats/Kittens), one Rabies vaccine, one worming treatment.
- Adults must be spayed or neutered before leaving the shelter.
- They must also be fitted with a collar containing ID tag with the owner’s name, address, and phone number; and a valid rabies tag. This collar must be provided by the adoptive family and worn at all times.
342 Main Street | 501-745-5757
Chief D.L. Webb
EMERGENCY DIAL: 911
Burn Ban Information: 501-745-2333
911 Mapping & Address Numbers: 501-745-3911
911 Non-emergency Info: 501-884-6005
Assistant Fire Chief & Training Officer, Mike Curtis; Administrative Assistant & Treasurer, Richie Domers; Chief Mechanic, Captain John Schooley; Safety Officer, Captain Phil Graham; Captain, Captain Len BradfordSend Message
Fire Fighting Equipment
- Engine 1 1250gpm / 1000gal 2001 E-1 Freightliner
- Engine 2 1250gpm / 1000gal 2006 E-1 Freightliner
- Engine 3 500gpm / 750gal 1971 Ford w/ Hale front mount pump
- Truck 1 / Ladder 1500gpm / 750gal 1980 Hahn Snorkel/Ladder w/1250gpm Telesqurt
- Truck 2 250gpm / 250 gal 2009 Chevrolet 3500 4×4 Utility w/ CET Foam System
- Over 6000 feet of 3″ and 2 1/2″ Supply line – small amount of large diameter supply line
- Approx. 2000 feet of 1 3/4″ and 1 1/2″ of fighting lines
- Over 275 fire hydrants with over 2.5 million gallons of water in storage tanks
- 16″ & 14″ water mains from the treatment plant to town with capability of moving over 12 million gallons of water from south of Clinton through town to north of Clinton in a day.
Hello and Welcome!
A Message from Chief DL Webb
Our department has been in the past and is made up now of some of the greatest people I have had the honor to know.
Our firefighters each bring their own unique abilities, assets, and knowledge to the table. Some work or have worked as mechanics, carpenters, heavy equipment operators, brick layers, and other highly-skilled professions.
Some own and operate their own businesses and have knowledge in accounting or great skills dealing with people. We also have guys that have held public offices or aspire to hold offices in the future.
Having such a wide variety of people with personal knowledge of so many different situations helps protect all of us…Read more…
274 Hwy 65 B | 501-745-4997
Chief of Police
Secretary: Terry Hicks; Officers: Steve Bradley, James Burroughs, Eric Koonce, Jennifer Miller, Jay Murdock; Scott Solomon; Mike Curtis, Jim Paget, Darriel Ezell, David Weston Smith, Ethan Rhoades