COVID-19

The North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau is closely monitoring COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Arkansas and is following the lead of the City of North Little Rock as the situation evolves. The health and safety of our residents and our visitors is, and will always be, our top priority.

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Foodservice

Executive Order 20-13

March 19, 2020: Arkansas Governor Hutchinson has banned dine-in at restaurants and bars. Restaurants and bars can still serve to-go, curbside and through delivery services, and are permitted to sell beer and wine for off-premise consumption for the next 30 days.


Directive on Resuming Dine-In Operations (effective May 11, 2020)


North Little Rock A & P Tax Remittance Deferment

The North Little Rock Advertising & Promotion (A & P) Commission recognizes the hardships you are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the Commission cannot legally waive the obligation to remit A&P prepared food or lodging taxes, we want to assist you. We are offering permit holders tax remittance installment plans for the months of February 2020 through July 2020, during which late charges and other fees will be waived. The deadline to apply for tax remittance deferment has passed.

We encourage you to take advantage of this website for online payments:


Marketing for Restaurants

We are continuing to promote our North Little Rock foodservice partners on our website, app and social media. Email Stephanie Slagle if you need to update your business listing on www.NorthLittleRock.org or need to be added to lists of restaurants offering curbside or delivery; family packs, grocery items or opening for dine-in.


Outdoor Dining

We have been made aware of an opportunity from a local company, OD Funk Mfg. Inc., that has offered to work with restaurants on awnings for outdoor seating or covered pick-up. View their flyer here, contact the company directly for rates and more information.

Lodging

May 8, 2020 Update

A new Executive Order (E.O.) ended restrictions on out-of-state recreational travel effective May 5 and established a new, 14-day quarantine requirement for travelers from areas identified as “hot spots” by the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) in Executive Order 20-25:

  • State of New York,
  • State of New Jersey,
  • State of Connecticut,
  • City of New Orleans, and
  • All International Travel

ADH will monitor reported COVID-19 cases throughout the nation and will update this list as necessary. Any updates will become the mandatory list under E.O. 20-25 

  • Quarantine Requirements: Individuals under quarantine must strictly limit their movements and remain in their place of lodging except to receive medical care. Specific directions have been provided by ADH here.

North Little Rock A & P Tax Remittance

Our office at 600 Main Street is closed to the public but we are still available to you for assistance with A & P lodging and foodservice tax remittances virtually.

Due to this pandemic, we are offering permit holders tax remittance installment plans. Click the button below to apply. Applications may be emailed to Robin Powell or

The North Little Rock Advertising & Promotion (A & P) Commission recognizes the hardships you are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the Commission cannot legally waive the obligation to remit A&P prepared food or lodging taxes, we want to assist you. We are offering permit holders tax remittance installment plans for the months of February 2020 through July 2020, during which late charges and other fees will be waived. The deadline to apply has passed.

We also encourage you to take advantage of this website for online payments:

COVID-19 Information for Hospitality Partners

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