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   Happy Labor day with flag and stars                                     

Labor Day was officially established by President Grover Cleveland in 1894, however the first Labor Day was celebrated in 1882 in New York City.  10,000 workers marched from City Hall down to Elm Park and met their families for a picnic, concert, and speeches. 

Labor Day started as part of the labor movement to recognize the men and women of the United States workforce, who at the time were working 12 hours a day, seven days a week!

On this Labor Day, we hope you take the time to appreciate and honor the people that make our city, state and nation run as smoothly as possible.  The United States was built on the innovation, achievements, and contributions of the American worker.

Since many workers receive a well-deserved Monday off, the Labor Day holiday is traditionally considered to be the last big weekend of the summer. It's prime time for one last trip to the lake or river, one last backyard barbeque, or the final campout of the season. If you plan to travel over the holiday weekend, please travel safely.

  •    Wear your seatbelt
  •    Watch your speed
  •    Don't drink and drive (or boat)
  •    Wear a life jacket if you're on the water
  •    Keep sight of your children while playing in the water


We hope you enjoy the Labor Day holiday and celebrate responsibly!

Mayor Jennifer Hobbs


Message From the Mayor

It is a privilege to serve as the Mayor of the City of Wynne. I am honored to lead a team of dedicated, professional Officials and Administrative Staff who work daily to serve the place we call home. We take great pride in serving our community, where neighbors help neighbors, and where we rely on each other to uphold the principles of kindness and respect for others.

We appreciate the support of the residents of Wynne and your efforts to assist the City. Community engagement is key to helping us maintain safety, welfare and protection for all City residents. The City's website provides an avenue for the public to submit information or tips to our Office via email to assist with these community engagement efforts. If you have a concern or information you'd like to share, please submit it to us.

Again, I am honored to serve as your Mayor and appreciate your support.


        Picture of Mayor Jennifer Hobbs wearing a blue jacket
        Jennifer Hobbs, Mayor, City of Wynne