According to the Ross Barnet Reservoir, floodwaters that impacted homes over the weekend are now receding. Evacuees are now clear to return to their homes. We would like to remind citizens that this is still a dangerous circumstance as harmful debris and other biohazards can still linger in the water. Curbside pickup and Roll-Off Dumpsters will be available tomorrow until further notice. To report residential damage, commercial damage, and debris cleanup, please use the Crisis Tracker. Residents impacted by flooding can visit any metro Jackson area Lowes location for free supplies and water.

Visit the MS Department of Health for Flood Tips. Please stay out of floodwaters!

 

FAQ Topic: Jobs & Contracts

How does the city select consultant professional services?

The City accepts general statement of qualifications (SOQ’s) twice a year in the spring and fall for a variety of professional services. Public Works retains the statement of qualifications on file for a year. Should a project arise that necessitates hiring a consultant, Public Works staff will review the SOQs and select a consultant based … Continued

What benefits does the City offer?

We offer benefits including (but not limited to) health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness, employee assistance, flexible spending, and deferred compensation programs. We participate in the Public Employees’ Retirement System of Mississippi (PERS) for retirement benefits and contract with United Healthcare to provide health insurance.

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