Located in Northwest Arkansas, Siloam Springs is a vibrant and growing community. With a spirit of volunteerism, friendly atmosphere, and abundant natural beauty, Siloam Springs offers a high quality of life in a setting that is unique and attractive. City services and strong local government make Siloam Springs a clean, safe and enjoyable place to live and work.
Parks and Recreation Update
"Dive In Movie"
Friday, August 22nd at the Family Aquatic Center
The movie Despicable Me 2 will begin 9:00 p.m.
The Family Aquatic Center will be open 8:00-11:00 pm. There is no cost for the movie with a $4.00 paid admission or pool pass to the Aquatic Center. No outside food or drinks will be permitted but, the concession stand will be open for your convenience.
Labor Day Closing
City offices and departments will be closed in observance of Labor Day Monday, September 1st. Sanitation will run as usual; please have all trash and recycling out by 7 a.m. Emergency services will also work.
Siloam Springs Whitewater Recreation Park
The Siloam Springs Whitewater Recreation Park is a nearly $2 million investment from the Walton Family Foundation. It offers 600 feet of engineered river, which expanded and created two distinct rapids. There are also fully accessible paved trails along the Illinois River, picnic tables, a climbing boulder for kids, changing rooms and a family swim area with riverside seating. To view responses to some frequently asked questions about the park, please click here:
Siloam Springs Whitewater Recreation Park FAQs
Directions to the SSWRP
From Highway 412 in Siloam Springs, take Lincoln Street (Highway 59 South) south 1.9 miles to Devor Road. Take a left on Devor Road and travel .4 miles to Fisher Ford Road. Turn right on Fisher Ford Road and follow it all the way to the park. Address is 19253 Fisher Ford Road.
Board of Directors Oppose Possible Millage for EMS Service to Rural Benton County
Says City Residents will be Unfairly Charged
By the request of City Administrator David Cameron, Siloam Springs Board members stood in unison against the suggestion of a countywide millage to pay for Benton County ambulance services to unincorporated parts of Benton County.
To review details regarding this topic as well as how to offer opinions, please click here:
Board of Directors Oppose Possible Millage for EMS Service to Rural Benton County Spring 2014
CitySafe Presents: Emergency Planning
CitySafe is a public safety initiative to help prepare the residents of Siloam Springs for all types of emergencies. We want this city to be the safest community possible with a resilient citizenry. The CitySafe initiative will educate residents, businesses and visitors about preparedness and planning.
Have you and your family planned for emergencies?
Tornados, straight-line winds, train derailments, natural disasters and civil unrest are all possible in Siloam Springs. We recommend you start with a plan and then practice your emergency plan with your family. Here are some ideas to get you started.
The video is a first in the CitySafe series and goes over the basics of how to take shelter during a tornado.
This Emergency Preparedness Brochure gives you the basics of what you might need during an emergency.
It can be downloaded by clicking below:
Emergency Preparedness flyer (3-26-14)