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FAQ ( frequently asked question )


 The Shelter is located at 2530 Arizona Street and is open for adopting or reclaiming pets from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. If you would like to contact the Blytheville Police Department at 870-763-4411.  ( Animal Control FAQ's - Blytheville )

Animal Attacks or Bites, when an animal determined to be a dangerous animal has caused serious physical harm or death to any person is at large. ( Animal Control FAQ's - Blytheville )

Stray Animals may be reported by calling the Blytheville Police Department at (870) 763-4411 ( Animal Control FAQ's - Blytheville )

Yes we do, All dogs shall be securely confined: Indoors; or Outdoors in a secure, enclosed fenced yard with a gate and latch that can be secured with a minimal fence height of four (4) feet posted "Beware of Dog" or a leash when the dog is outside. All pens must be clean and sanitary at all time as well as provide protection from the elements. Electric fence devices are prohibited. Invisible fence devices are permitted, but are not considered as a means of confinement. No dog shall be allowed to run at large or be permanently or temporarily out of the presence of the owner, be kept tied, chained or restrained in the front,back or side areas of any yard of any premises unless such premises is fully fenced.   ( Animal Control FAQ's - Blytheville )

Ordinance #1743 - An Ordinance prohibiting the keeping or harboring of fertile dogs and cats without an unaltered permit/Breeder's License. ( Animal Control FAQ's - Blytheville )

It shall be unlawful for any owner to house, harbor, own or keep more than a total of five (5) dogs and or cats in a residential area that are over four months of age. ( Animal Control FAQ's - Blytheville )

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To report Animal Attacks, call 911  ( Animal Control FAQ's - Blytheville )

Ordinance #1651 ( Animal Control FAQ's - Blytheville )

City Ordinance 1626,  Unsightly Conditions prohibits  keeping inoperable motor vehicles, tall grass / weeds, garbage / trash and other unsightly and unsanitary conditions, upon private property.  To report these conditions please choose the correct category and fill out the Complaint Form ! ( Code Enforcement FAQ's - Blytheville )

In order to obtain a yard sale permit, you will need to contact our City Collector at 870-763-8333. ( Code Enforcement FAQ's - Blytheville )

Call the Blytheville Police Department at 870-763-4411. ( Code Enforcement FAQ's - Blytheville )

Weeds, grass or undergrowth that grow to a height of 12 inches or more above the ground. Accumulation of rubbish, trash, refuse, junk and other abandoned materials, metals, lumber or other things. ( Code Enforcement FAQ's - Blytheville )

A vehicle without a license plate is classified as an inoperable vehicle and will be investigated. You can fill out the Report a Code Violation Form to report this issue. ( Code Enforcement FAQ's - Blytheville )

Payments are received in the form of cash, money orders, debit and credit card payments.   Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted.   Checks are accepted with some exceptions. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

Currently, payments are received in person or via the phone (870-763-8333).   The City of Blytheville does not have online payment capabilities at this time. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

Trash cans are purchased at the collector’s office located at 124 W Walnut Street.    Cost of the trash can is $59.03.    Cans are delivered the next business day after receipt of payment. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

Please contact Public Works at 870-763-7381 for the sanitation schedule. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

No.   Once you purchase the receptacle, it belongs it you.   ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

Property taxes are paid to Mississippi County.   The County Collector’s office is 870-763-6841. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

You can assess your vehicles at the County Assessor’s Office.   Their phone number is 870-763-6860. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

Fines are reviewed by the District Judge on each 3 rd Wednesday of the month. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

If you have been authorized a payment plan through the court system; then, your minimum payment is $50.00 unless otherwise instructed by the Judge. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

If you fail to make timely payments; then, you will receive a warrant for failure to make payments. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

In the event of failure to make payment, a person can do one of two things.   One, pay the fine in full and take receipt to the District Court Clerk’s Office to release the warrant.   Two, go to the District Court Clerk’s office to get on the docket to address the warrant with the judge. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

A failure to appear warrant will be issued.   To address the warrant, one must request to be put on the docket to address the warrant with the Judge.   The District Court Clerk office is 870-763-7381.   They can schedule a court date for you. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

An individual can extend a court date once by contacting the District Court Clerk’s office at 870-763-7381. ( Collector FAQ's - Blytheville )

Anytime that the roofline of a structure is changed or an accessory building is added to the property, a building permit is required. ( Inspections & Permits FAQ's - Blytheville )

A Renovation Permit is required any time a floor plan is altered or a new roof is being applied. Renovations costing $20,000 or more must be performed by an Arkansas licensed contractor. ( Inspections & Permits FAQ's - Blytheville )

The home owner can perform work on their primary residence but cannot work on any of their rental property. ( Inspections & Permits FAQ's - Blytheville )

You should call 911 when there is an emergency such as a crime in progress or a traffic accident with potential injuries that requires the immediate response of emergency service such as police, fire or paramedics. Always call 911 when there is a medical problem ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

You should call 911 because non-emergency lines may not be capable of transferring your call to the appropriate emergency service or jurisdiction. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

When you call 911 an operator will answer stating "911 Police Fire or Medical Emergency" asking which emergency service you need.  Depending on the service you need and the jurisdiction you are in, you may be asked to hold while the dispatcher transfers your call to the appropriate emergency service covering your area. When you call 911 be prepared to: Tell the 911 operator what you need; ambulance, fire department or police department. Be as calm as you can. When a caller is upset, it is hard to understand what he or she is saying or to get vital information quickly. Stay on the phone.Do not hang up until directed to hang up. Give your name and address and when traveling or away from home on a cell phone always be aware of where you are "next to the brown house across from the yellow one" won't help.  If your address is different from the location of the emergency, be sure to let the operator know. In case of a police emergency, if possible, give the operator the suspects description, weapons, vehicles (license number) direction of travel away from the scene and anything else that may help description and license. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

No. CITY ORDINANCE 1574 allows the suspension of responses to alarms for various reasons. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Yes. CITY ORDINANCE 1574 states that an Alarm User Shall:Maintain the premises and the Alarm System in a manner that will minimize or eliminate False alarms, and Make every reasonable effort to respond or cause a representative to respond to the Alarm location within 20 minutes when notified. Do Not manually activate an alarm for any reason other than an occurrence of an event that the Alarm System was intended to report. An Alarm User shall adjust the alarm so that an exterior signal will not sound for longer than fifteen (15) minutes UL standards 365 or 609.An Alarm User shall have a properly Licensed Alarm Company inspect the Alarm System after three (3) false alarms in one (1) month period. An Alarm User shall not use Automatic Voice Dialers. An Alarm User shall maintain at each Alarm site, a set of written operating instructions for each Alarm System ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Yes, an Alarm Company performing Monitoring services shall: Offer training without causing false alarms.  Attempt to verify every alarm signal, except Duress and Holdup Alarm activation before requesting a response. Communicate cancellations to the emergency services. Provide adequate training as to proper use of  Duress or Holdup Alarms.  Communicate the area of activation.  Attempt to contact the Alarm User when a dispatch request is made   Maintain Dispatch Request Records for one (1) year, ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Yes there is a fine. Alarm users are allowed 3 false alarms in a 30 day period after which they can be fined:  4th $25, 5th $50,  6th $75,  More than 6 $100. However the department will most likely just suspend the response to your alarm activations until such time as the alarm is made reliable by the owner. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

An incident report is the report of a criminal offense such as Theft, Battery, Burglary etc. An accident report is the report of a collision between vehicles or fixed objects on public streets or highways. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Police Reports can be filed at the Police Department Lobby which is open 24 hours 7 days a week including all holidays. Most reports can or will be required to be filed in this manner. The only reports requiring a police response include: Crimes in Progress  Reports requiring a crime scene investigation such as burglary.   ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

You should file a police report as soon as possible after an offense occurs. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Copies of Police Reports can be obtained at no cost from the Police Department Administrative Division  by e-mailing records@blythevillepd.org. Open cases or reports involving juveniles may not be available.   ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

To obtain a police report in a timely manner you will need to provide accurate information such as:The Victim / Complainant's Full Name  The address where the offense occurred  The date the offense occurred  The date the offense was reported  The type of offense I.E. Burglary, battery etc. The more information and the more accurate the information is the easier the process is. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

You most likely will not be contacted after filing a report unless or until such time as additional information is needed. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

It depends. Investigators are assigned Felony reports based on the nature of the crime such as a violent crime and or solveability factors such as physical evidence, eyewitnesses etc. Otherwise your report may not be assigned to an investigator.  ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Additional information such as missing items / additional witnesses etc will not be taken over the phone. You will need to provide a written statement of the additional items / information. The statement can be mailed, e-mailed to cid@blythevillepd.org or hand delivered at anytime. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Sorry, all reports are subject to disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act. Certain information such as the name of a juvenile may not be disclosed however the nature of the incident may be reported on by the media.   ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

If your property is recovered you will be contacted. If you are not contacted we don't have your property. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

The collision between two vehicles, pedestrian or a fixed object on or in conjunction with a public street or highway is referred to simply as an accident report. The collision between two vehicle or fixed object on a parking lot or private driveway etc is referred to as a private property accident. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

An accident investigation and report is  required by state law when the collision took place on public streets or highways and involves over $1000.00 damage to a vehicle or personal injury is reported. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Private Property accidents are not required by law and are not investigated. The department may  respond under certain conditions and document the drivers and or vehicle information on an informal dispatch log. Officers will not respond to hit and run private property accidents that do not involve pedestrians. Officers will not review surveillance video on private property accidents unless a pedestrian is struck.   ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

To obtain a copy of an accident report you will need accurate information. Most times officers have provided the drivers with an accident exchange form. The accident number and other parties information is on this form. You will need: The accident number from the exchange form  The full name of one of the drivers  The date the accident occurred  The date the accident was reported The more information and the more accurate the information is easier the process is. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Accident reports are available on-line 24 hours a day. You can access them by clicking here , please allow 5 to 7 days before the report is available. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

If you have been involved in an accident and found out the other parties insurance had been canceled you can file a criminal incident report for 27-22-104.  Insurance required -- Minimum coverage and you may seek warrants against them. Doing this will not cover your damages or injuries for that you should contact a private attorney.   ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

You will need to provide a written statement including the any additional witnesses information unless they provided separate statements. These statements will l not be taken over the phone. They can be mailed, hand delivered or e-mailed here. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Seeking a warrant for someone's arrest does not guarantee a warrant will be issued. There are several factors but most fail because of a lack of evidence / identification. To seek a warrant to have someone arrested you will need to file a report, have sufficient evidence that the person committed the crime, submit a sworn written statement of the facts and evidence called an affidavit. The affidavit is submitted to the court for review. If court finds sufficient evidence a warrant can be issued.  The police department will then serve the warrant.   ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

To verify the issuance of a warrant please e-mail your request here . Sorry but request will not be taken by phone. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

The Police Department may serve  2,000 or more warrants a year. There are to many factors to consider to be able to determine when a warrant may be served.You will need to update any changes in your phone # / address with the court clerk. Many cases are dismissed because the court was unable to contact the victim.   ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

If you want to drop charges you must submit a written statement that you want to drop charges. However the warrant most likely will stay active until the court can review your statement. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

If you have to ask you probably do. 75% of all warrants issued by the Blytheville District Court each year are for Failure to Appear (FTA) many for forgotten tickets. If your ticket was for a moving violation your drivers license has probably also been suspended as well and will cost you to have it reinstated by the State. The best way to handle the warrant is to surrender yourself to clear the warrant. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

The police department does not operate a jail. When someone is arrested by the Blytheville Police Department they are taken to the Mississippi County Sheriff's Department. They can be contacted at (870) 658-2242. Please keep in mind that it may be several hours before Information is available and remember when the time comes they will be allowed a phone call and you can ask them any questions you may have.  ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

To check the balance of time needed to complete community service or your fine balance you can call the records department of the Administrative Division or email your request here. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

In order to get a "No Contact Order" issued: Step 1) You must file a police report Step 2) You must press charges Step 3) You can't drop charges A criminal court, such as the County Chickasawba District Court in Blytheville, issues a "No Contact Order" in criminal cases against an abuser or offender as a condition of sentencing. So in order to get a "No Contact Order" you have to file a report and press charges, without pressing charges you can't get a "No Contact Order".  ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

To get an "Order of Protection" issued: (there is no cost to file a petition for an Order of Protection it's free) STEP 1: You must fill out a "Petition" (click here) then file it by giving it to the Court Clerk at a Mississippi County Courthouse. There's one in Blytheville and Osceola. If you provide enough information and the judge doesn't have any questions they will STEP 2: Issue a Temporary Order or "Ex Parte" 30 day order of protection  STEP 3: If you need to extend the order of protection for more than 30 days the court will have a hearing to decide whether to extend the Temporary Order of Protection. You must attend this hearing. If you get an Order of Protection issued we recommend you bring a copy of it to the Blytheville Police Department (or your local police department) so we can have a copy on file. We'll even make the copy for you. We also recommend you keep a copy of your Order of Protection with you until everything is resolved.  ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

You get a "Restraining Order" the same way you would get an "Order of Protection" (see How do I get an "Order of Protection"). Here's an example; If you are getting a divorce, your attorney may ask the judge to issue a Restraining Order, which prevents one spouse from selling the marital property in a divorce and from harassing or bothering the other. A restraining order may not adequately protect you if you are being physically harmed or threatened. You can have an "Order of Protection" and a "Restraining Order" at the same time. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )

Many people are confused about the differences between an Order of Protection, a Restraining Order and a No-Contact Order. Order of Protection: If you are being physically harmed or threatened, you need an Order of Protection. With an Order of Protection, the police can arrest your abuser if he or she violates the order. You do not have to pay anything, and you don’t need an attorney to get an Order of Protection. Restraining Order If you are getting a divorce, you may ask the judge to issue a Restraining Order, which prevents one spouse from selling the marital property in a divorce and from harassing or bothering the other. A restraining order does not adequately protect you if you are being physically harmed or threatened. You can have an Order of Protection and a Restraining Order at the same time. A criminal court issues a No Contact Order in criminal cases against an abuser as a condition of release from jail. ( Police FAQ's - Blytheville )
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