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County Clerk Accepting Resumes for Benton County Board of Equalization

April 10, 2020

Three positions are available on the Benton County Board of Equalization. The Benton County Clerk’s office is currently accepting résumés for three positions available on the Benton County Board of Equalization.   The three (3) year terms for these positions begin August 3, 2020 and expire June 5, 2023. Compensation for service is $125 per meeting day attended, plus mileage.  Qualified applicants shall be real estate owners of Benton County for at least one year, familiar with property values in Benton County and be a qualified elector. Letters of application or résumés of all interested and qualified persons should be mailed to the Benton County Clerk at 215 East Central Avenue, Suite 217, Bentonville, AR. 72712 or emailed to on or before April 30th, 2020. The Board of Equalization is a nine (9) member board that meets on a daily basis (8 hours per day) beginning August 3rd, 2020...

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Update on Benton County Procedures Amid COVID19

March 20, 2020

As the first positive case of COVID19 is announced in Benton County, we want to assure the community of all we have done and continue to roll out for protection. Today, Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the first positive case of COVID19 in Ben-ton County. As we have communicated to employees and the public, we have implemented many preventive measures against the COVID-19 outbreak. Our internal strategies began in February as we started using new cleaning methods, installed Purell hand sanitizer dispensers at all county facilities and placed UV air purifiers in our buildings. Measures in Place On Monday, March 16th Benton County Judge Barry Moehring closed the Administration Building to the public. Benton County Circuit Court Judges also limited court appearances. This restricted the number of people entering the courts facilities. Additionally, on Monday, March 16th, County Judge Barry Moehring issued an emergency proclamation which requested assistance for our...

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Benton County Jury Orientation Cancelled

March 18, 2020

To avoid summoning a large crowd, the Circuit Judges and the Circuit Clerk, Brenda DeShields have cancelled the one-day jury orientation scheduled for April 10th. Out of an abundance of caution and to prevent further spread of COVID19, the April 10th Jury Orientation has been cancelled. Those summoned will still be included in the Benton County Circuit Court 2nd Term Petit Jury pool which includes the months of May – August. This means those who were summoned will still be subjected to being called to serve on a jury trial during these months. Even though the jury orientation has been cancelled, those who were summoned must still complete the jury summons document front and back and it must be returned to the Circuit Clerk’s office by April 15th. • The jury summons document must be filled out in black ink and must be signed at the bottom and the...

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County Clerk Prepares as Runoff Election Moves Forward

The Benton County Clerk’s office wants voters to know about the prevention and protocols in place to mitigate any negative effects COVID19 may have on the county election. Two runoff elections will take place starting on March 24th for State Representative 90 and State Representative 91. Voters will be eligible to vote in this runoff election if they live in one of those districts and only if they voted a republican, nonpartisan ballot or did not vote at all in the March 3rd primary election. Voters who voted a democratic ballot cannot legally vote in this republican primary runoff. The health, safety and voting rights of Benton County citizens is a priority for the Benton County Clerk’s office while in the midst of COVID19. In order to keep the public healthy during this time, the County Clerk would like to remind voters of their options while casting their ballot...

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County Judge Restricts Access to County Facilities

Citizens are asked to utilize online services in order to prevent further spread of the Coronavirus. Based on his authority as custodian of County property, County Judge Barry Moehring acted Monday, March 16th to restrict public access to the Benton County Administration Building, Prosecutor’s Office, Benton County Courts Facilities and all satellite offices. Access is granted only to county employees, elected officials, judges, court officers, law enforcement and state employees who work for the courts and Prosecutor’s Office. Exceptions: Circuit Court needs such as certain juvenile hearings, certain criminal hearings, mental and or drug commitment hearings, orders of protection, emergency guardianship hearings, or body attachment cases. These will be heard at the corresponding Circuit Court divisions. Clients are asked to contact their attorneys with questions. The Department of Revenue Office at 2401 SW D Street in Bentonville will be open for the public to receive license plates, renew licenses...

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  • Important Locations

    Administration Building

    215 E. Central Ave.
    Bentonville, AR

    County Courthouse

    100 NE A St.
    Bentonville, AR 72712

    Rogers Office

    2111 W Walnut St.
    Rogers, AR 72756

    Public Services Building

    1209 W. Walnut
    Rogers, AR 72756

    County Road Department

    1204 SW 14th Street,
    Suite 6
    Bentonville, AR 72712

    Public Service Building

    1204 SW 14th St.
    Bentonville, AR 72712

    Historic Building

    306 NW 2nd St.
    Bentonville, AR 72712

    Veteran Services

    1204 SW 14th Street,
    Suite 8
    Bentonville, AR 72712


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