Frequently Asked Questions

We gathered the answers to some popular questions below. If you can’t find your question below feel free to contact us, and we’ll be happy to help.

Where are some locations to host large events?

We have a few good options:

  • Outdoor Park Pavillions
  • Off the Beaten Track Venue
  • Patacakes
  • Occasions

Who do I speak to about the road conditions near my house?

Nashville Public Works – Street Dept.

(870) 845-1440

Will the City pick up unwanted large items from my residence?

Yes, call 870-845-1440 to schedule a large item pick up for a fee.

When are the City Lakes open for fishing?

Lake Nichols is open 7 days a week 12 months a year 6am to 8pm. Lake Louis Graves is open March through October 6am to 8pm Thursday through Sunday.

Where do I register to vote?

Howard County Courthouse

421 N Main St, Nashville, AR 71852

Can you pick up my limbs and leaves?

Yes, the City will pick up limbs and leaves at no charge to the customer, just call the Water Office at 870-845-1440 to schedule a pick up.

What if I have an emergency and need my water turned off after hours?

The Distribution Department has an on call phone that can be reached after hours, 870-845-9705.

Where do I go to pay a ticket for a traffic violation?

Howard County Courthouse

421 N Main St, Nashville, AR 71852

Is there a place I can drop off trash and unwanted items?

Yes, the City has a public dumpster by the fence at the City Shop, 1006 S 6th St.

Where can I buy a Fishing Permit for the two City Lakes?

Fishing Permits can be purchased at the water office, $10 for a year, $1 for a one day pass, or $1 Lifetime permit for anyone 55 and older.