Economic Development

The Economic Development Division is responsible for assisting in the redevelopment of the historic downtown as well as the overall economic growth of the city. Please direct any questions to Marketing via email.

View the 2016 Siloam Springs Community Profile, as gathered by the Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce here:
2016 Siloam Springs Community Profile

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Transportation

The 2010 Census population for Siloam Springs is 16,761, the community sits on U.S. Highway 412 at the Oklahoma state line, 25 minutes from Interstate Highway I-49.

U.S. Highway 412 at Siloam Springs is the number # 1 non-Interstate entrance into the state of Arkansas with daily averages of 31,000 cars per day, according to Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD). Only Interstate 30 at Texarkana and Interstate 40 at Memphis handle more traffic into the state.

Employment Statistics
  • As of January 30, 2015, Northwest Arkansas unemployment rate was 3.9% while the nation's unemployment rate was 5.6%.
Direction of Growth

The direction of our residential and commercial growth is northeast.