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    An Evening at Orchards Park -- 4th of July Fireworks Celebration

    Bentonville Parks and Recreation invites the community to attend An Evening at Orchards Park-Bentonville's 4th of July Fireworks Celebration on the evening of Thursday, July 4th as we celebrate our Nation's Independence at Orchards Park. Read on...
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    Lake Bentonville Park Closed for Renovations

    Beginning July 8, Lake Bentonville will close to the public for a major renovation project. Lake Bentonville Park, located at 210 SW I Street, will remain closed through spring 2020. Extensive additions and improvements will be made to the public park. Read on...
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    Bentonville Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan Public Input Meeting

    Bentonville Parks & Recreation invites citizens to attend our public input meeting for the Bentonville Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan on Monday, June 24 at 6:00 pm at the Bentonville Community Center located at 1101 SW Citizens Circle. Read on...
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    Downtown-Elevated Water Tank Renovation

    Start of the Downtown water tank delayed one week. On Monday, June 24, the Bentonville Water Utilities Department will begin renovation of the Downtown elevated water tank located at 220 NW 2nd Street. Read on...
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    Ward 2 Neighborhood Meeting

    The City of Bentonville will host a series of meetings during 2019 for each of the city’s four wards. The meetings provide an opportunity to meet the Mayor, key city staff and City Council members. Read on...
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    Bentonville Parks & Recreation to Renovate Bark Park

    Beginning Monday, June 3, Bentonville Parks & Recreation will begin renovations of the large dog section of the Bentonville Bark Park. During this time, the large dog section will be closed to the public. It is scheduled to reopen on Thursday, June 27. Read on...
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    Melvin Ford Aquatic Center Season

    Melvin Ford Aquatic Center will open for the summer season on Saturday, May 25. Daily admission is $3 for adults and $2 for patrons under 18 years old. A membership to the Bentonville Community Center includes admission to the Melvin Ford Aquatic Center. Read on...
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    Mayor Orman Announces 1st Quarter Outstanding Citizen Award Recipients

    Mayor Orman is pleased to announce the 2019 first quarter winners of the Mayor’s Outstanding Citizen Award are: Bentonville High School Varsity Boys Basketball team and Marisa Snow. Read on...
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    City Accepting Nominations for Monthly Residential and Commercial Landscaping Awards

    The City is now accepting nominations for the Residential and Commercial Landscaping of the Month Awards. Nominations will be accepted beginning in June and continue through October. All entries must be received by the first Monday of the month. Read on...
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    Green Waste Collection Change at City of Bentonville Compost Facility

    Effective Saturday, June 1, 2019, the City of Bentonville Compost Facility will no longer accept brush and limbs from patrons who are not Bentonville residents/property owners. Services provided for Bentonville residents will not change at this time. Read on...
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    The Fountains at Lawrence Plaza

    The Fountains at Lawrence Plaza will open for the summer season on Sunday, May 19 at 9:00 am. The Fountains at Lawrence Plaza operate seven days per week, from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. from May 19 - September 2 except for the first Friday of each month. Read on...
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    Bentonville Public Library and City of Bentonville Recognizes African American History Month

    Stephanie Orman, Mayor of the City of Bentonville, presented a Proclamation celebrating February 2019 as “National African American History Month” at Bentonville Public Library on Wednesday, February 6 at 1 p.m. Read on...
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    Mayor Orman Announces Outstanding Citizen Award Program to Continue

    Do you know any unsung heroes whose praises you’d like to sing? Mayor Stephanie Orman is announcing that she plans to continue the Outstanding Citizen Award Program initiated by Mayor McCaslin in 2011. 1st quarter 2019 nominations are due by March 31. Read on...
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    Roadway Construction on SW "I" Street

    Please be advised starting the week of March 4th 2019, Contractors will begin to mobilize and start construction on SW I Street between HWY 102 and SW Mellissa Drive. The reason for this construction is to add an additional lane to the southbound traffic Read on...