BENTONVILLE, AR

      

Home of Walmart, the no. 1 Fortune 500 company, Bentonville, Arkansas, offers rich opportunity for business and personal growth. With a rapid growth in population and diversification, Bentonville is named as Arkansas’ fastest-growing city. Bentonville continues to expand in both infustructor and entertainment with a special emphasis on natural setting’s and outdoor experiences.

Bentonville provides ample opportunity for residents and visitors to experience arts and culture, breathtaking parks and trail systems, unique dining experiences, and historic properties.

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  • Incorporated: April 3, 1873
  • Population: 51,111*
  • Area: 33.39 sq mi
  • County: Benton
  • Home to three Fortune 500 companies

*Estimate for 2018

ROGERS, AR

      

Rogers, Arkansas, is where both new attractions and historic locations continue to thrive. Downtown Rogers still features brick-lined streets with a Frisco railroad caboose proudly displayed among the timeless city buildings. Just a few miles west, Pinnacle Hills area continues to grow in residential, commercial, and outdoor spaces.

Regarding entertainment, the Walmart AMP (Arkansas Music Pavillion) hosts numerous concerts and events throughout the year for locals and travelers from far and wide. Museums, attractions, and outdoor activities continue to saturate the area along with the city’s rising craft beer and wine scene.

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SPRINGDALE, AR

      

Like the other cities of Northwest Arkanasas, Springdale has experienced an exponential population growth. Between the 1990 and 2010 censuses, the city grew by 133 percent, naming it the fourth-largest city in Arkansas. Known for poultry industry, Tyson Foods is the largest employer for the area.

Springdale is home to the Northwest Arkansas expansion of Arkansas Children’s Hospital. The 233,613 sq ft campus provides inpatient care, emergency care, surgical services, diagnostic services, and clinical spaces. Right across the street is the Naturals, a minor, Texas-league baseball team that serves as the Double-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.

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  • Incorporated: 1838
  • Population: 81,029*
  • Area: 47.29 sq mi
  • County: Benton and Washington

*Estimate for 2018

FAYETTEVILLE, AR

      

Nicknamed “The Hill,” Fayetteville is located on the outskirts of the Boston Mountains, nestled deep within the Ozarks. Known for its local-businesses and bar/restuarant entertainment district, the city offers a unique culture that differs from the southeast region of the state.

Fayetteville was named the #4 best city to live in, according to USA News in 2019, and has been in the top five since 2016. Home to the University of Arkansas, the city’s demographic drastically changes, bringing in thousands of students from all around the world.

The city is going to great lengths to create a more sustainable Fayetteville. In July 2019, Mayor Lioneld Jordan was recognized as a winner of the 13th annual Mayors’ Climate Protection Awards, alongside Los Angeles’ Eric Garcetti.

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  • Incorporated: 1836
  • Population: 86,751
  • Area: 55.41 sq mi
  • County: Washington

*Estimate for 2018