Emergency numbers 

The emergency number is 911. Use 311 for non-emergency requests for city action. Poison control is 800-376-4766. To report a gas leak, call 800-992-7552.

Police departments

(non-emergency numbers)

Alexander 455-1895

Bryant 847-0211

Cammack Village 663-4593

Little Rock 371-4829

Maumelle 851-1337

North Little Rock 758-1234

Shannon Hills 455-3125

Sherwood 835-1583

Other law enforcement

(non-emergency numbers)

Pulaski Co. Sheriff's office 340-6600

State Police 618-8000

UALR Campus Police 569-3400

Pulaski Tech Campus Police 580-1831

Fire departments

(non-emergency numbers)

Bryant 847-0483

Jacksonville 982-5048

Little Rock 371-4829

Maumelle 851-1337

North Little Rock 340-5377

Sherwood 835-0342

Time, temperature and weather

374-1110 or 376-8111

Highway conditions

569-2374 (State Highway Department)

Consumer protection

Attorney general 682-2341

Better Business Bureau 217-9638

To find, report or protect animals

Bryant Animal Control 653-0765

CARE for Animals Inc. 603-2273

Humane Society of Pulaski County 227-6166

Little Rock Animal Services 376-3067

Maumelle Animal Control 851-6219

North Little Rock Animal Control 791-8577

Pulaski County Animal Services 210-7508

Sherwood Animal Services 834-2287



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