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Code Enforcement officers will evaluate the welfare of the animal first. If the animal's welfare is acceptable, we advise the owner concerning the complaint and ask that they take measures to quiet their animal(s). Code Enforcement keeps records of all complaints. The complaining party may fill out a barking dog incident log. Code Enforcement may not issue a citation for a plaintiff without a a barking dog log entry to appear in court with the defendant and citing officer.
Yes we can. We help in removing squirrels, raccoons, groundhogs, opossum and snakes. We do not help with bees and birds. We also are not able to go into attics or crawl spaces. We use live traps to catch the animals.
For re-roofing only, you are not required to get a permit. If you are changing rafters or any part of the structure, yes you will need a permit.
No, building permits are not required to build a fence. Here are the guidelines to build a fence: https://library.municode.com/ar/siloam_springs/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=MUCO_CH102ZO_ARTVGEUSST_S102-80FE
As long as you are not changing the structure of the home a building permit is not required.
A home owner that resides in the home or a licensed contractor.
All decks attached to the home or that are taller than 30 inches do require a building permit.
An accessory building that is 200 sq ft or smaller does require an accessory building permit. If the structure is bigger than 200 sq ft, a building permit is required.
The City of Siloam Springs currently has building, plumbing, mechanical, demolition, and accessory building permits.
Plans are needed for all changes to the original structure that may affect the structure.
Yes, a homeowner can be the general contractor (if the home is his/her primary residence) with the understanding that all rules and regulations set forth by the City of Siloam Springs and the State of Arkansas according to the building codes are to be followed and that the homeowner is ultimately responsible for the work that is done.
Permits are good for 1 year. If your permit is expired, please contact the Building Inspector at 479-373-6466.
Yes, a permit is required when any type of work is done that affects the city water supply.
No, you do not need a permit for this type of work.
You can purchase a garage sale permit at the community development office for $5. The community development office is located at 410 N. Broadway. You must have a garage sale permit because it is city code 22-201.
Yes, fingerprinting can be done at the Police Department. The schedule is as follows: Tuesday and Thursday between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Presently, there is no cost for this service. You are required to bring a picture I.D.
Accepted to turn in are: Prescription Medications, Over-the-Counter Medications, Prescription Patches, Prescription Ointments, Vitamins, Samples, Medications for Pets, and RX Creams.
NOT Accepted to turn in: Hydrogen Peroxide, Inhalers, Aerosol Cans, Ointments (Lotions or Liquids), Needles (Sharps), Medication from Businesses or Clinics, and Thermometers.
All state highways (16, 59, 412, and 43) are maintained by the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department. For questions or problems regarding county roads, contact the County Road Department. This department works in close cooperation with other city departments, utility companies, and other agencies. If you need assistance or have a question, you can obtain the fastest service by contacting the appropriate office listed in the assistance and problem-reporting resource.