What is 3-1-1?
Little Rock 3-1-1 is a simple, three-digit number that residents,
businesses and visitors can call to reach the City to make inquiries
regarding services, report problems, check the status of issues or
obtain general information. Instead of having to scroll through a list
of more than 200 seven (7)-digit City numbers, all people need to know
is 3-1-1. From obtaining library hours, to reporting a stray dog in
your neighborhood and a whole lot more, 3-1-1 operators are ready to
311 is now an app, too
Little Rock 311 is available for Android and Apple smart devices. The free app lets citizens make a request directly from their phones and then track that request. On a smartphone, open your app store and search for Little Rock 311 to download this app.
Why was 3-1-1 created?
The 3-1-1 service is part of an ongoing effort by Little Rock to make
City Government easier and more responsive to the needs of residents,
its business owners and visitors. The City of Little Rock 3-1-1 system
is a part of the 2004 Bond Project approved by the voters.
When do I call 3-1-1?
9-1-1 service is for emergencies, such as house fires and violent
crimes, which require an immediate response by police, fire crews or an
ambulance. For all other city services,
- Customer service operators will staff the phone from 7 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. If calling after 5 p.m., you will get a voicemail.
- Individuals living outside the Little Rock City Limits can reach 3-1-1 customer service agents by calling (501) 371-4437.
- If a non-English speaking individual calls 3-1-1, a third-party translation service will join the call, if so needed.
- The 3-1-1 Operators are equipped with computer-based technology
that will enable hearing impaired individuals to easily communicate with
the City of Little Rock utilizing their current TDD/TTY devices.
- After hours and on weekends, the 3-1-1 Center will be closed; however, police reports can be made by calling (501) 371-4829.
- The 3-1-1 system will provide crucial community feedback on
information citizens need most and want from their local government.
Reasons to Call 3-1-1
To request information or report a non-emergency item, for example:
- General City Service Information of Phone Numbers
- City Event Information
- Locations and Hours of Operation of City Properties
- Potholes that Need Repaired
- Street Sweeping Requests
- Sidewalk Repairs
- Missed Garbage Pick-Ups
- Dumpster Requests
- Report High Grass and Weeds
- Request Bulky Item Pick-up
- Tree Trimming on Public Property
- Taxi/Limo Complaints
- Report Graffiti
- Parking Enforcement Issues
- Traffic Light Outage
- Street Light Outage
- Stray Animals
- Golf Course Maintenance
- Trail Maintenance
- Trash in the Park
- Working Without A Permit
Non-emergency police reports
When there is no imminent danger to citizens or property, a delay in making a report, or no immediate need for the Police, reports can be taken by calling the non-emergency line at 501-371-4829 or 501-371-4830. Some examples are:
- Private Property Accidents with no Injuries or Disturbance
- Delayed Thefts
- Lost or Stolen License Plates
- Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card
- Gas Drive-offs
- Abandoned Vehicles on Private Property with a License Plate
For emergencies call 9-1-1