Roads & Addressing
The 9-1-1 Administrative office keeps accurate records for road name signage of Benton County rural roads.
The 9-1-1 Administrative Office assigns addresses new structures such as:
- Residences (homes, RVs, and garages)
- Commercial property
- Agricultural buildings (sheds, barns, poultry houses, etc)
- Stand alone utilities
- Temporary firework stands
The following Benton County Cities assign their own addresses within city limits: Bentonville, Siloam Springs, and Springdale. For Bentonville addressing questions, please call (479) 271-6826. For Siloam Springs addressing questions, please call (479) 524-3103. For Springdale addressing questions, please call (479) 750-8550. For any other location in Benton County, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (479) 271-1085.
To receive accurate 9-1-1 addressing, the property owner will need to provide: a tax parcel ID number, subdivision with lot and block (when applicable), and the type of structure needing addressed. We also need to know the location of the driveway, and the number of structures to be addresses. Most structures assigned addresses are those with telephone service, water or other utilities.
Structures addressed may include: Apartments, barns, commercial buildings, houses, mobile homes, pole sheds, poultry houses and storage buildings.
Once a new 9-1-1 address has been assigned this office will send notification to the property owner, the post office and emergency service providers of that new address.
Change of address notifications are sent to the assessor’s office, county clerk’s office, electric company, property owner, post office, telephone company and emergency service providers.
If a change of address is located in Bella Vista notification will be sent to the Mayor’s office, Bella Vista ACC, Bella Vista POA, Bella Vista Post Office, Bella Vista Water Department, electric company and emergency service providers.