Mayor Doug Sprouse
"I believe in the goodness of people, the power of community, and the dignity in public service."
- Mayor Sprouse
Message from Mayor Sprouse
I want to welcome you to this, our city government's online home. Hopefully you'll find exactly the information or assistance you need on these pages. You'll find links to all city departments, our city ordinances, important forms and applications as well as the agenda for our city council meetings. You'll be able to access contact information for each city department, a calendar of events for upcoming public meetings, easy access to our emergency alert system, Springdale Alert, and more.
We are proud of our reputation as a diverse, family and business-friendly community, and it's the goal of my office and your City government that we go the extra mile in assisting both our residents and visitors to our city. Still, if you find yourself with an unresolved problem or issue in your experience with this website or any of our City staff, I invite you to contact my office directly.
Springdale, the fourth-largest city in Arkansas, is one of this state's great hometowns. Springdale's wonderful neighborhoods, schools and health care and amazing amenities such as Arvest Ballpark, The Jones Center, Shiloh Museum of Ozark History and our expanding parks and trail system, make this a great place to live, work, learn and play. As Mayor, I hope you'll give us the opportunity to earn our reputation as the "Heart of Northwest Arkansas."
The City of Springdale is providing opportunities for residents to offer input for consideration during preparation of the 2018 City Budget. There will be two public input sessions: 5-7 p.m. July 27 and 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. July 28. Read More
This is a quarterly newsletter that is available on our website. It's a great way to catch up with what's going on in the City of Springdale! Read More
Submit your feedback on a proposed project to widen and extend Don Tyson Pkwy west from Gene George Blvd to Hwy 112. Read More
We're currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Youth Council class. The program is free and open to students in grades 10-12 who live in the Springdale School District. This includes public school, private school, and homeschooled students. Read More
The City of Springdale received the prestigious All-America City Award for its civic engagement to help more young children achieve grade-level reading proficiency and early school success. Read More