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Benton County requests structural storm damage reports from citizens affected by the May 26 storm

May 27, 2024

Homeowners and business owners can report structural damage to their property through the Citizen Damage Reporter found pinned to the top of the Benton County Government website. Benton County Division of Public Safety requests residents report personal property structural damage from the May 26 storm through the Benton County Citizen Damage Reporter. The Citizen Damage Reporter is a portal where citizens can enter their estimated personal property structural damage. Individuals should only report damage if debris, such as trees, has punctured their homes. Benton County will need clear photos of the damage done to the home itself. All reports sent in will be reviewed by the Division of Public Safety and used for disaster declaration purposes. Benton County needs damage report information, as it will assist us with information the State and FEMA need to determine if Individual Assistance (IA) will be available. Individual Assistance (IA) is to assist...

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Assessment Deadline Approaching

May 8, 2024

Benton County Assessor Roderick Grieve encourages people to assess their personal property online As a reminder, state law requires all individual and business personal property be assessed between January 1st and May 31st each year to avoid a 10% penalty. The deadline for 2024 is Friday, May 31st. Individual personal property includes but is not limited to: vehicles, RV’s, motorcycles, boats, trailers and ATVs. Benton County Assessor Roderick Grieve encourages the public to use online resources to assess their personal property. Business personal property includes but is not limited to: vehicles, furniture, equipment, machinery and inventory. Assess Online or by Phone To assess personal property, go online You can also call (479) 271-1033 for help with your assessment. Assess in Person Benton County offers four in person locations where the public can assess their per- sonal property. 2109 W Walnut St – 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 2401...

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Benton County Clerk’s Bentonville Office to stay open late for Voter Registration Deadline

February 2, 2024

The Benton County Clerk’s Office in Bentonville will remain open until 6 p.m. on Monday, February 5th to process last-minute voter registration applications. The office can be found inside the Administration Building located at 215 E Central Ave, Bentonville 72712. The deadline to register for the March 5th Preferential Primary and School Election is Monday, February 5th. Benton County Clerk Betsy Harrell encourages all eligible Benton County residents to check their voter registration status and/or register to vote ahead of the March 5th Primary. All voter registration forms must be returned to the County Clerk’s Office by 6 p.m. on February 5th to be eligible to vote in the March Primary. Applications post marked on February 5th will also be accepted. Early Voting begins on Tuesday, February 20th at 8 a.m. Registration forms, early voting information, absentee ballots, Election Day information, and more can be found at: 

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Benton County offers upgrades to weather notification systems

January 12, 2024

Benton County is a participant in FEMA’s national alert system IPAWS and has its own free severe weather emergency alert system BC Alert. Benton County prepares citizens for severe weather by offering two ways to be notified of severe weather and public emergencies. BC Alert is the county’s free, publicly available system that allows users to be forewarned about all modes of dangerous weather or notified of an emergency situation. The main focus of the alerting system is to provide severe weather notifications. Benton County residents will also receive imminent severe weather warnings to their mobile devices similar to an amber alert through the federal Integrated Public Alert & Warning System (IPAWS), IPAWS sends warnings through the National Weather System (NWS) from cell towers to mobile devices in the affected area. Benton County is one of only eleven counties in the State of Arkansas that is a part of...

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NWA Kettle Bell Ringing Challenge

December 5, 2023

Northwest Arkansas Mayors and the Benton County Judge are participating in the fourth annual Red Kettle Campaign Mayor’s Challenge this Friday, December 8th. The challenge is a friendly competition to see who can raise the most money for The Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle Campaign by ringing bells outside local stores. Mayor Stephanie Orman, Springdale Mayor Doug Sprouse, Rogers Mayor Greg Hines, Centerton Mayor Bill Edwards, and Benton County Judge Barry Moehring will all be ringing the bells on Friday, December 8, 2023, and Bella Vista Mayor John Flynn on December 7th. Support the Salvation Army and your favorite community and elected officials on Friday, December 8th at the following time and locations: Community Elected Representative Time and Location Bentonville Mayor Stephanie Orman 3:30-5:30pm Walmart Supercenter 406 South Walton, Bentonville Bentonville Benton County Judge Barry Moehring 10:00am-12:00pm Walmart Neighborhood Market 1400 North Walton, Bentonville Bella Vista Mayor John Flynn...

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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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