DISCLAIMER: External Links – The City of Bella Vista, Arkansas cannot and does not guarantee the accuracy of the information supplied to them by others, or any information on pages linked to the City of Bella Vista, Arkansas pages. No responsibility for this information can be, or is, assumed. Inclusion on this site does not indicate or imply an endorsement by the City of Bella Vista, Arkansas of any site or information A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Animal Control 479-855-3771 Architectural Control Committee (ACC) 479-855-8080 www.
bvacc.com Arkansas Contractor Licensing Board 501-372-4661 Arkansas Democrat Gazette www.nwadg.com • Northwest Edition 479-751-6200 • The Weekly Vista 479-855-3724 Arkansas Dept. of Motor Vehicles www.dfa.arkansas.gov • Bentonville Revenue Office 479-273-2724 • Gravette Revenue Office 479-787-5912 AT&T DIRECTV and U-Verse 866-722-7500 www.att.com B Bella Vista Ambassadors 866-242-1361 http://bellavistaambassadors.
com/ Bella Vista Arts and Crafts Festival 479-855-2064 www.bellavistafestival.org/ Bella Vista Animal Shelter 479-855-6020 www.bellavista-animalshelter.org Bella Vista Business Association 479-531-1591 www.bellavistabusiness.com Bella Vista City Hall 479-876-1255 www.bellavistaar.gov Bella Vista Community Band firstname.lastname@example.org www.BellaVistaCommunityBand.org Bella Vista Community Television Station 479-855-4040 www.
bellavistatv.org Bella Vista Courtesy Van 479-855-7663 www.bellavistacourtesyvan.com Bella Vista Foundation http://www.bellavistafoundation.com/ Bella Vista Historical Museum 479-855-2335 http://www.bellavistamuseum.org/ Bella Vista Photography Club www.bvphotoclub.com Bella Vista Public Library 479-855-1753 www.bvpl.org Bella Vista Recycling Center 479-876-5343 www.bellavistarecycling.org Bella Vista Townhouse Association 479-855-9328 www.
bvth.com Bella Vista Trails and Greenways www.BVtrailsandgreenways.com Bella Vista Village Property Owners Association 479-855-8000 Water dept. – 479-855-5060 www.bellavistapoa.com Benton County www.bentoncountyar.gov • Assessor 479-271-1037 • Circuit Court 479-271-1015 • County Clerk 479-271-1013 • Health Dept. 479-986-1300 • Sheriff’s Office 479-271-1008 • Solid Waste 479-795-0751 • Treasurer 479-271-1018 Bentonville/Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce 479-273-2841 www.
bbvchamber.com Bentonville District Court 479-271-3120 www.bentonvillear.com/departments/district-court Bentonville School District www.bentonvillek12.org • Administration 479-254-5000 • Cooper Elementary 479-696-3700 C Carroll Electric 479-273-2421 www.carrollecc.com City of Bella Vista www.bellavistaar.gov • City Hall 479-876-1255 • Community Development Services 479-268-4980 • Fire Department 479-855-8249 • Library 479-855-1753 • Police 479-855-3771 • Street Department 479-876-1204 Cox Communications 888-952-3278 www.
cox.com D E F Federal Government Victim Notification Program http://www.ice.gov/victim-notification/ G Gravette School District 479-787-4100 www.gravetteschools.net H I International Mountain Biking Association www.imba.com J K L M Mercy Health System 479-338-8000 www.mercy.net Mercy Bella Vista 479-802-5555 www.mercy.net/practice/mercy-clinic-primary-care-bella-vista Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel 479-855-6598 www.
cooperchapel.com N Northwest Medical Center – Bentonville 479-553-1000 www.northwesthealth.com O Ozark Regional Transit 479-756-7901 www.ozark.org P Pea Ridge School District 479-451-8181 www.prs.k12.ar.us Q R Republic Services (formerly Allied Waste) 479-855-4226, ext. 1 http://www.republicservices.com/ S State of Arkansas official website www.Arkansas.gov Arkansas State Senator and Representative Senator Jim Hendren 1607 Hwy 72 SE, Gravette 72736jim.
email@example.com(479) 787-6222 State Representative Sue Scott 1412 Hilltop Farms Lane, Rogers, AR firstname.lastname@example.org(479) 621-1265 Arkansas U.S. Senators and U.S. Representative U.S. Senator John Boozman 355 Dirksen Senate Office BuildingWashington, D.C. 20510(202) 224-4843 U.S. Senator Tom Cotton 124 Russell Senate Office BuildingWashington, D.C. 20510(202) 224-2353 U.S. Rep. Steve Womack 3rd District1519 Longworth House Office BuildingWashington, D.
C. 20515(202) 225-4301or3333 Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Suite 120Rogers, AR 72758Phone: (479) 464-0446 Fax: (479) 464-0063www.womack.house.gov T U United States Post Office www.usps.com • East side 479-855-6121 • West side 479-855-9891 V Village Waste Water 479-855-7613 Village House 479-855-4449 www.villagehousebellavista.com W Walton Family Foundation http://www.waltonfamilyfoundation.
org/ Washington Regional Medical Center 479-463-1000 www.wregional.com X Y Z Zillow – Bella Vista homes for sale http://www.zillow.com/bella-vista-ar/See Also: Animal Control Contact Number
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Welcome to the City of Bella Vista Bella Vista is a unique and young city, incorporated in 2007 by a vote of its residents. Today, more than 28,000 people call the city home, and a great place to live and play. HISTORY The name Bella Vista, Spanish for “beautiful view,” was chosen in 1915, as the first properties were sold to those seeking the alluring landscape and scenic views offered in the northwest corner of Arkansas.
Two years later, brothers Clayton and Forest Linebarger purchased 206 acres for about $6,000, according to the Bella Vista Historical Museum, intending to create a summer resort like none other. This was a visionary model of a place conducive to exercise and recreation, reachable by car to anyone willing to travel here. Early attractions in the 20’s and 30’s included the 65-room Sunset Hotel, golf, tennis, a dance pavilion and a large swimming pool, along with an underground nightclub inside Wonderland Cave.
The resort town appeal faded following the Great Depression, war and the country’s economic ups and downs. But Bella Vista continued to grow through the efforts of multiple investors and their visions, and by the 1960s Bella Vista Village was a nationally recognized vacation and retirement village destination, governed by the Bella Vista Village Property Owners Association. In 2006, residents and property owners of Bella Vista Village voted to incorporate Bella Vista into a full-fledged city, and the change was official in 2007, creating the brand new City of Bella Vista and leading to a dramatic shift in demographics, attracting the young and old alike.
TODAY Today, the city and the POA operate independent from one another. • The city provides police and fire protection, along with street maintenance, building and code enforcement services, a public library and trash pickup. These services are funded through state and local taxes. • The POA provides services for recreation, such as maintaining the lakes and golf courses. The POA also owns and operates the water department for Bella Vista residents.
The POA’s services are funded through monthly assessment fees paid by POA members. Bella Vista borders Missouri to the north, and is the northern-most of six large cities located along the Interstate 49 corridor, offering a variety of shopping, educational facilities, health care choices, and abundant recreational opportunities. With its location in the Ozark Mountains, the city boasts a primarily temperate climate, and offers four distinct seasons, an array of wildlife and beautiful scenery.
All these qualities and more make Bella Vista truly a place to call home. Facts about the City of Bella Vista County: Benton Elevation: 1,033 feet above sea level Land area: 47 square miles with more than 550 miles of roads Zip codes: 72714 and 72715 School districts: Bentonville, Gravette and Pea Ridge Population: 27,838 in 2014 (30,218 projected for 2019) Population breakdown: 0-24 = 23.
2% 25-44 = 20.4% 45-64 = 24.1% 65+ = 32.3% Median age = 50.8 Average household size = 2.26 Percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher = 35.2% Median household income: $58,632 Average household income: $76,606 Median house value: $177,438 Owner occupied housing: 86.7% Types of businesses and employment opportunities: Recreation, golfing, boating, fishing, real estate, insurance, health care, senior care, restaurants, grocery stores, convenience stores, emergency services, fire, police, movie theater, financial advisors, banks, and more.
Golf courses: 7 — http://bellavistapoa.com/amenities/ Lakes: 7 — http://bellavistapoa.com/amenities/ Public mountain biking/hiking trails: The Back 40 — http://www.bellavistaar.gov/theback40/