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Eugene Neff

Craighead County Road Superintendent

The Road Department’s primary function is to take care of 1300 miles of paved and gravel road; 1100 miles gravel, and ~200 miles of hardsurface. The department is also responsible for drainage up and down the county road, and maintenance of the county’s road and bridge infrastructure. The County Road Department has its own Bridge Department as well. Since the bridge department’s inception, 350 wooden bridges have been replaced with new concrete bridges.

Eugene Neff is the Road Superintendent for Craighead County. 

The Road Department used to be located on two separate sides of the county, but is now housed in a central location on Moore Rd. The Black Oak location is still used to keep functionality.

The Road Department generally keeps a staff of around 60 employees to keep the county going.

The County Road Department has a budget of $5.5 million.

The office of E-911 Addressing is located at the Craighead County Highway Department. Information is provided at the bottom of this page to assist in getting an E-911 Address.

Report Road Concerns Online Portal

https://craighead.mobile311.com/


870-933-4510 Ext # 1

2800 Moore Rd.

Jonesboro, AR 72401

Operating Hours 

Monday - Thursday 

6:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 




John James

Assistant Road Foreman

870-933-4510 Ext # 4


John Boatman

Assistant Road Foreman

870-933-4510 Ext # 5


Larry Mason

Shop Manager

870-933-4510 Ext # 7


Erin Johnson

E-911 Addressing Coordinator

Office 870-933-4510 Ext # 6

Cell# Call or TXT -  870-351-2799



Operating Hours 

Monday - Thursday 

6:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 


Road Closures:

CR 108 Bridge closed until further notice

CR 751 closing 

CR 931 closing


E 911 Addressing

Erin Johnson, GIS/911 Addressing Coordinator

Address@craigheadcounty.org

Erin@craigheadcounty.org

Monday - Thursday

6:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 

Before an address can be issued for re-platting or a new subdivision after the date of June 24, 2019,the landowner must have the County Judge’s approval and then be filed in the Circuit Clerks office per Ordinance 2019-13

 9-1-1 needs to have a locatable address for every house that could potentially call 9-1-1

  • Even if you receive mail at a P.O. Box or from another location. you must still have a 9-1-1 address
  • Each home and business in Craighead County should have an address
  • This office issues all addresses in rural Craighead County
  • Call Erin Johnson at Office 870-933-4510 Ext 6
  • Call or Txt CELL # 870-351-2799
  • Email Erin@craigheadcounty.org or Address@CraigheadCounty.org and let us know you need an address for a new structure.
  • Addressing is calculated by the NENA standard which does not allow for custom addressing
  • Before any address in a floodplain can be issued, land owners are required to contact the Floodplain Manager, Jan Biggers at 933-4500 
  • Once a request has been created for a new address, an onsite measurement may be required
  • Due to the possibility of onsite measurements, please plan on 1-3 business days for an address to be issued
  • Before an address can be issued for re-platting or a new subdivision after the date of June 24, 2019, the landowner must submit a Concept Plan to the County Judges Office for review and then be filed in the Circuit Clerk’s office per Ordinance 2019-13
  • A copy of the current plat may be requested before issuance of an address. This can be in paper or digital form.