Community Watch Meeting
- 6:30 PM
- CVBC Fellowship Hall
Every third Tuesday of the month, residents, business owners, community leaders, and law enforcement come together to discuss public safety issues, as well as the progress and plans related to community improvement in and around Crystal Hill. The Community Watch Group is an outworking of the community building initiatives led by Community Thrive 365. If you’re a part of the neighborhood, mark your calendar, stop by, and join the conversation!
COMMUNITY THRIVE 365 is a non-profit organization that is focused on working to improve the overall quality of life for people living and working along the Arkansas State Highway 365 corridor from North Little Rock to the Faulkner County line. This stretch of highway has a storied past of connecting Little Rock to Conway and points northward. More than connecting cities, this winding path of asphalt is the artery that ties together small communities from Crystal Hill all the way to Palarm. The people that use this highway as a path to work and home reflect a rich and diverse community. COMMUNITY THRIVE 365 will give this unincorporated part of Pulaski County a voice, common goals, and organization to strategically work to bring positive change to this area. Our goals are simple: make the communities of Crystal Hill, Oak Grove, Marche, Morgan, Palarm, and the various other neighborhoods along the Highway 365 corridor a better place to work and live.