Arkadelphia has a number of available sites including 160 acres at the Clark County Industrial Park, at least one marketable site in Gurdon and plans to acquire more property.
The Clark County Industrial Park, located on U.S. Highway 67, approximately five miles south of Arkadelphia, covers 313 acres and is developed for industry with sites from 4.5 acres to 26.5 acres. The park has 550 feet of highway frontage on U.S. Highway 67, and is less than two miles from an Interstate 30 interchange. Located along the eastern boundary of the park is the Union-Pacific Railroad mainline track, running from St. Louis to Texas. The Arkadelphia Municipal Airport, with a newly completed 5,000 foot runway, is only 4 minutes away. The park has a sanitary waste disposal system, a 500,000 gallon water storage tank, natural gas, and is served by a 115 kilovolt electrical transmission line.
The Clark County Industrial Park features a child care facility to accommodate employees' needs and is one of the only facilities of its kind in the state. Clark County Child Care Center, located in the Industrial Park, can serve up to 100 children per shift. Although the center is designed to serve children of industrial park employees, it is open to all children in Clark County. Yale University's "Schools of the 21st Century" educational programs are incorporated in the facility's curriculum.
The Clark County Industrial Park, located on U.S. Highway 67, approximately five miles south of Arkadelphia, covers 313 acres and is developed for industry with sites from 4.5 acres to 26.5 acres.
Leadership Clark County was established by the Arkadelphia Regional Economic Development Alliance & Area Chamber of Commerce pursuant to one of the goals of the Clark County Strategic Plan.
The Business Retention & Expansion program of the Alliance focuses on facilitating job growth of existing business and industry and retaining jobs due to possible downsizing or relocation.