For Residents

Stay awhile! Get to know some of the businesses, organizations and services that make Arkadelphia, Arkansas a great place to live, work and play!

Entergy Street Light Repair

Report an outage, lighting problem or other issues with your Entergy service.

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Pay Water Bill Online

Avoid late fees and skip the line by paying your water bill virutally.

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Arkadelphia Arts Center

Located on Main Street, the Arkadelphia Arts Center serves as a location for local artists to display their art, host events and lead programs/workshops. The Arkadelphia Arts Center is overseen by Clark County Arts and Humanities Council and strives to “bring arts to the community and the community to the arts.”


Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays


CLICK HERE to email the Arkadelphia Arts Center. 

Call 870-230-5037 for more information.

Clark County Farmers Market

Fresh produce, local honey, hand-crafted goods? You’ll find it all at the Clark County Farmer’s Market!

Established in 2012, the Clark County Farmer’s Market strives to provide fresh, locally-sourced meat, produce and fruit to area residents. 

The Farmer’s Market is open seasonally on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Follow the City of Arkadelphia and the Clark County Farmer’s Market on Facebook to stay updated on when the Farmer’s Market will be open, and what delicious goods they will be offering.

Annual Membership Dues

Those wishing to become a member of the Clark County Farmer’s Market must pay a $75.00 annual fee, or $10.00 per day. This fee will reserve a stall space for the producer for the calendar year.

First-time producers will also have to pay a $5.00 fee, which may be waived a the discretion of the Farmer’s Market Board of Directors. 

Non-members who wish to sell during their specific season will still have to pay a $75.00 fee.

Clark County Historical Museum

Did you know Arkadelphia had a museum? You’ve probably passed it a few times – maybe even spent some time there while waiting for your train.

Located at Arkadelphia’s Amtrak Station, the Clark County Historical Association and Museum strives to discover, preserve, and disseminate the history of all of Clark County, Arkansas.

Dive into history and discover what Arkadelphia’s past holds! Hours of operation listed below. 

Wednesday – Thursday 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Sunday – Tuesday Closed
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