Tontitown City Hall, Fire Department Working Through Differences

Posted: January 28, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Representatives of the city of Tontitown and the Tontitown Area Volunteer Fire Department are looking for a way to establish detente in the cold war between the organizations.

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Incorporated Communities

The State of Arkansas recognizes its incorporated communities in three separate categories: cities of the first class, cities of the second class and towns. These categories are mostly determined by the population of the communities and the size of the city or town government. According to the Arkansas Municipal League, there are 500 incorporated cities and towns in Arkansas as of December 2013. These consist of 119 first-class cities, 199 second-class cities, and 182 towns.

Source: The Encyclopedia Of Arkansas History And Culture

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