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    Bella Vista Lake Council Discussion Delayed to Future Date

    Since April 2017, City of Bentonville Staff, with the assistance of multiple public committees, have worked to determine the future of Bella Vista Lake and the 135-acre park. Read on...
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    Mayor McCaslin Announces 2nd Quarter Outstanding Citizen Award Recipients

    Mayor McCaslin is pleased to announce the 2018 second quarter winners of the Mayor’s Outstanding Citizen Award are: Anna McCasland, Emily Douglas and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Bentonville Stake). Read on...
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    City Accepting Nominations for Monthly Landscaping Awards

    The City of Bentonville is now accepting nominations for the Residential and Commercial Landscaping of the Month Awards beginning June 2018 through October 2018. Entries are due by the 1st Monday of the month. Only street view landscaping is evaluated. Read on...
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    Mayor McCaslin Announces 1st Quarter Outstanding Citizen Award Recipients

    Mayor McCaslin is pleased to announce the 2018 first quarter winners of the Mayor’s Outstanding Citizen Award are: Sadie Cunningham, Karilea Magee and the Kodak Alaris team. Nominators were Ruth Keeley, Lana McCaslin and Devin Boggs Riley. Read on...
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    Memorial Park Named USSSA Complex of the Year

    On November 16, Bentonville Parks and Recreation’s Memorial Park Baseball/ Softball Complex was honored as the National Sports Complex of the Year by the United States Specialty Sports Association at their National Convention in Daytona Beach, Florida. Read on...
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    Lane Closure – SE 3rd Street

    Please be advised that the west bound lane of SE 3rd Street from SE “G” Street to SE “J” Street, will be closed for road construction beginning Tuesday, August 14, at 7:00 am, and will reopen on October 1, at 6:00 pm. Detour signs will be in place Read on...