Water Bottles In Landfill

Water Bottles In Landfill Water Bottles In Landfill

Water Conservation

Somewhere between 70 and 75 percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water.  The same water that existed on the earth millions of years ago is still present today.

Water Conservation Water Conservation

Beaver Lake

     Beaver Lake Arkansas        Our drinking water comes from Beaver Lake.   Help keep Beaver Lake clean.

Beaver Lake Beaver Lake

Water Needs

 The daily requirement for sanitation, bathing, and cooking needs, as well as for assuring survival, is about 100 gallons per person.

Water Needs Water Needs

The Water Cycle

Water is part of a deeply interconnected system. What we pour on the ground ends up in our water, and what we spew into the sky ends up in our water.

The Water Cycle The Water Cycle



Contact: Melissa Reeves
Office: 479-756-7733
Cell: 479-283-0018
Email: mreeves@springdalear.gov

A portion of Emma Ave. to be closed for two months starting April 24

Springdale – Emma Ave. from Hewitt St. to Berry St. will be closed to through traffic for approximately two months starting Monday, April 24, weather permitting, to complete the sidewalk and street improvements. Emma Ave. will reopen in time for the Rodeo of the Ozarks Parade on June 21.

Due to inclement weather, the Cambridge Street closure will be extended to May 5 so the contractor can continue working to reinforce the existing road material in order to ensure the street is safe for future traffic.

On April 14, the contractor, ARCO, plans to switch the road closure from the south side of Arapaho to the north side.

All dates are weather permitting.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Springdale – A portion of Cambridge St. from Arapaho Ave. to the northern entrance of the Tyson headquarters will be closed in order for the contractors to install an 8" sewer line on the south side of Arapaho Ave., install box culverts, and to install 24" drainage pipe crossings. Arapaho Ave. will remain open, but traffic will be unable to turn south onto Cambridge St.