SPRINGDALE -- City officials reacted quickly to the voters' approval of $220 million of bond improvements for the city. The City Council -- working through its committees -- advanced a resolution Monday night that gives city staff the authority to get started on projects and reimburse city coffers when money is received from sale of the bonds. The full council will vote on the resolution during its regular meeting Feb. 27.
Revenue to fund projects from roads to parks
Voters gave the green light Tuesday to a $224.6 million bond issue to pay for projects from roads to a new animal shelter. None of the six questions on the ballot received less than 74 percent support.
As residents work to keep their yards neat, so will Waste Management, the company collecting Springdale's trash, recyclables and yard waste.
Nearly $180M in projects on tap if voters grant approval
SPRINGDALE — The city of Springdale plans to proceed with almost $180 million in projects if voters approve a bond issue Tuesday.
Editor’s Note: This is the last in a six-part series on the proposed Springdale bond issue. For previous stories, visit nwadg.com .
SPRINGDALE -- Ozark Regional Transit will continue at full service for a few more weeks in Springdale as the City Council seeks options.
The detective division of the Police Department sits a block from the main office. The evidence locker is off-site as well.
Suzanne Cartwright gets a lot of windshield time. She drives her four children to four schools and herself to a fifth, where she works as a counselor. She taxis the kids after school to dance lessons, theatrical rehearsals, softball games, cheer-leading practice and church groups.
The Springdale City Council voted 7-0 Tuesday night to approve an investment tax incentive for Rockline Industries.
Walking trails, pond, dog area planned for new park
Editor’s Note: This is the third in a six-part series on the proposed Springdale bond issue. For previous stories, visit nwadg.com .