Covid 19 Resource Information

City Status
City Department Contacts
CDC Guidelines
Business Resources
Community Resources
Neighborhood Resources

The City of Bentonville has restricted public access to all City facilities beginning March 19, 2020. “Access to City Buildings will be granted to City employees only with as much business as possible to be conducted online,” according to Bentonville Mayor Stephanie Orman. Bentonville City operations will continue and meetings with City employees can be conducted via teleconference or online.

Park playgrounds, restrooms, tennis courts, basketball courts and dog parks are closed. Parks and trails are open but, you are encouraged to use social distancing guidelines.

We continue to monitor this situation and ask for your patience at this time. We will update with additional information as we move forward.

 Additional Resources    
CDC / Whitehouse/ US Department of Health
Federal government website that includes, CDC guidelines, risks, symptoms, guidance resources, latest news and federal response.

World Health Organization Novel Coronavirus Webpage 
The Arkansas Economic Development Commission is committed to helping businesses and employees combat the effects of COVID-19. On this page, a compiled a list of programs and resources, and we will continue to update this list as additional resources become available.  - FEMA Rumor Control
The purpose of the FEMA Rumor Control page is to help the public distinguish between rumors and facts regarding the response to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Rumors can easily circulate within communities during a crisis. Stay informed with the updated myth vs. facts related to the federal (COVID-19) response here: (Coronavirus Rumor Control Page). - Arkansas Department of Health - Homeless Information and guideline

Hotline Price Gouging or Hoarding – US Department of Justice