Brookland Wins Awards

2009 AR Shine Award Winner

2009 Volunteer Community of Year Winner

2010 4-Star Municipality Award Winner

2011 AWW & WEA Northeast District Annual Drinking Water Contest - 2nd Place

2011 AR Shine Award Winner

2013 AWW & WEA NE District Special Wastewater System Award Winner


2013 AWW & WEA State Special Wastewater System Award Winner





Weekly Recycle Winners

09/05 - Jo Petit
09/12 - Shonna Potts
09/19 - Donald Forehand

Making Brookland a GREENER Place to Live!

September 2014

Community Calendar

09/08 - City Council meeting @ 7pm

09/21 -Wood's Chapel Baptist Church Homecoming Service; NHim will be singing

09/21 - New Antioch Baptist Church 109th Homecoming special service

09-23 - Sr. Citizen's pot luck at City Hall @ 11:30am




Prisoners Of War - Missing In Action

You Are Not Forgotten


On September 19, 2014, in observance of
POW-MIA Day, Carl Mosby with VFW Post 1991
and Ingeborg  Mosby with VFW Post 1991 Ladies
Auxillary presented  a POW-MIA flag to the City
of Brookland.  Mayor Kenneth Jones accepted
the flag on behalf of the city.



August 1, 2014 Infants & Toddlers Addition

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Look What I Can Do Daycare


Community Announcements

Special Census Jobs In Our Community

In the near future, the U.S. Census
Bureau will conduct a Special Census
in our community.  We have requested
it and will incur the cost.  Local
residents are needed to work as
Enumerators.  Enumerators visit
households and collect a few facts
about each member such as name,
age, and relationship to the house-
holder.  Enumerators are paid $13.55
per hour, plus mileage and paid

To be considered for temporary census
employment, review the job description
fact sheet to determine if you meet
basic eligibility requirements.  Then
submit a completed job application
to City Hall no later than September
19, 2014.  The job description fact
sheet and job application can be
viewed online by clicking on
"Employment"; at
Paper copies of both documents
can also be picked up at Brookland
City Hall.

You will be contacted just prior to the
Special Census to take a job-related
test to further determine suitability for
census employment.  The job
description fact sheet and application
also includes information about
identification documents you need to
bring to the testing session.  If
selected, you will be invited to
attend a training class and then given
a work assignment that lasts approx-
imately 3-5 weeks.

For more information about Special
Census jobs in our community, please
contact Mayor Kenneth Jones or
Shelby Pfeifer, Office Manager at
Brookland City Hall. 870-935-0538.



Senior Citizens Pot Luck
September 23
@ 11:30am
Brookland City Hall
613 Holman


2013 Consumer Confidence
Report for Brookland Utilities
is available to view on the
Utilities-Water tab.


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