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Permit Applications


Permits applications may be picked up at the Harrison Fire Department located at 118 West Industrial Park Road, or you can download an application by clicking on the appropriate file below.

Homeowners conducting work on their property are not required to create a contractors account. If you are a licensed contractor, you can submit the permit request online to speed up the process. Contractors will need to register an account by clicking HERE. Once permit is authorized, and payment has been received, it may be picked up at the Harrison Fire Department, or it can be emailed to you.


 Our office conducts many job site and project inspections daily. To ensure your project is inspected in a timely manner, a 24 hour notice must be given to allow for scheduling. Same day inspection requests shall be considered an emergency inspection which may result in an additional fee(s).

Click here for Permit Fees

Click here for Online Permit Application

Click here to Pay Online

Click here to Schedule an Inspection

Methods of payment:

  • Credit Card (Pay by credit card at Harrison Fire Department or by utilizing the online permit portal located above.)
  • Check (Checks should be made out to the City of Harrison)

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (870)-741-6384

The following documents are fillable in PDF format. Download the document and then click the “Fill & Sign” button on the right side of the page to fill in the appropriate information, and save the file and then print. 


Message from the Fire Chief

Welcome to the Harrison Fire Department website.

The goal of our page is to provide valuable information about your fire department and the services we provide.

We are committed to providing the highest level of customer service to our community. We protect lives and property through fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical services, fire prevention and public education. We serve our residents with 31 personnel from 3 fire stations and maintain an Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating of a Class 2. We recently created a Community Risk Reduction Division within our department that handles all aspects of building construction and fire code enforcement within the city.

With all of this being said, there is still another very important part of what we do. It is extremely important that your fire department be an active, visible, and approachable part of the community of our growing, vibrant city every chance we get. I encourage you to take the opportunity to stop by and visit with us.

On behalf of the entire department, we thank you for the opportunity to serve you. If we can be of further assistance, please contact us.


Marc Lowery                                                IAAI-CFI, CI, FIT / NAFI-CFEI

Fire Chief                                                     Harrison Fire Department

Community Risk Reduction Division