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Siloam Springs

Located on the western edge of the growing Northwest Arkansas, Siloam Springs was founded in 1882 and was characterized by the healing powers of the spring water feeding Sager Creek and trading with nearby Native American tribes. Today, Siloam Springs is known for its efforts to preserve and revitalize the city’s historic downtown.

POPULATION

17,287

MEDIAN HOME

177,500

COUNTY

BENTON

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Since the 1930, the Chamber of Commerce has promoted the economy of Siloam Springs through resources and connections for both large and small businesses, entrepreneurs, residents and visitors.

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Siloam Springs is a vibrant and growing community with a spirit of volunteerism, friendly atmosphere, and abundant natural beauty. Siloam Springs offers a high quality of life in a setting that is clean, safe and an enjoyable place to live and work.

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A Siloam Springs visitor’s guide for those looking for information on what to do, where to stay, events, restaurants and general info on the city.

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Simmons Foods and its affiliates are the leading suppliers of poultry, pet and animal nutrition products based in Siloam Springs. Simmons works with farmers, communities, and employees to apply 60+ years of experience to serving customers in all 50 states and more than 40 countries around the world.

John Brown University is one of the region’s largest private colleges with 2,300 students. JBU is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the Best Regional Universities in the South, as well as one of the nation’s Best Value Schools.

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Changing lives through educational excellence—the Siloam Springs School District ensures success by utilizing innovative approaches, partnerships, and resources to meet the needs of every student.

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Bright Futures is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing communities together to focus on the success of children, using the Bright Futures framework to engage businesses, human service agencies, faith-based organizations, and parent groups within communities to meet the needs of children so every child can be successful, now and in the future.

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The Ability Tree comes alongside families impacted by disability and equip organizations through Recreation, Education, Support, and Training (R.E.S.T.) to create inclusive and supportive communities where individuals and families can enjoy healthy relationships in their neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, and churches.

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A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the lives of pets and their owners through education, promoting spaying/neutering, and assisting the otherwise abandoned, abused and neglected animals through fostering and adoption. They strive to educate the public about the need to control the animal population through spaying/neutering, as well as responsible pet care.

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Positioned along the scenic Illinois River, the Siloam Springs Kayak Park was engineered to create an optimal experience for whitewater paddlers. Weekend afternoons in the summertime are busy with tubers and families.

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Adjacent to the Siloam Springs Public Library, Memorial Park holds a space for the Farmers Market, a beautiful pavilion, an interactive water feature, the KIA Veteran’s Memorial, lush green space and the Chautauqua Amphitheater.

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Since 1944, area trail advocates and city officials have been working to make this 165-acre City Lake Park a regional destination for fisherman, hikers, bikers, trail runners, bird watchers and paddlers.

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The Sager Creek Mountain Bike Trail on the campus of John Brown University is a five-mile soft-surface trail that runs along Sager Creek.The trail covers terrain of various elevations around JBU’s main campus and has been designed as a gateway trail to be enjoyed by riders of various skill levels.

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The mission of the Siloam Springs Farmers Market is to enliven the community of Siloam Springs by connecting consumers directly to quality local farm products and handcrafts. The market contributes to downtown development through creating an inviting atmosphere for visitors.

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Since the 1930, the Chamber of Commerce has promoted the economy of Siloam Springs through resources and connections for both large and small businesses, entrepreneurs, residents and visitors.

LEARN MORE

Siloam Springs is a vibrant and growing community with a spirit of volunteerism, friendly atmosphere, and abundant natural beauty. Siloam Springs offers a high quality of life in a setting that is clean, safe and an enjoyable place to live and work.

LEARN MORE

A Siloam Springs visitor’s guide for those looking for information on what to do, where to stay, events, restaurants and general info on the city.

LEARN MORE

Simmons Foods and its affiliates are the leading suppliers of poultry, pet and animal nutrition products based in Siloam Springs. Simmons works with farmers, communities, and employees to apply 60+ years of experience to serving customers in all 50 states and more than 40 countries around the world.

John Brown University is one of the region’s largest private colleges with 2,300 students. JBU is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the Best Regional Universities in the South, as well as one of the nation’s Best Value Schools.

LEARN MORE

Changing lives through educational excellence—the Siloam Springs School District ensures success by utilizing innovative approaches, partnerships, and resources to meet the needs of every student.

LEARN MORE

Bright Futures is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing communities together to focus on the success of children, using the Bright Futures framework to engage businesses, human service agencies, faith-based organizations, and parent groups within communities to meet the needs of children so every child can be successful, now and in the future.

LEARN MORE

The Ability Tree comes alongside families impacted by disability and equip organizations through Recreation, Education, Support, and Training (R.E.S.T.) to create inclusive and supportive communities where individuals and families can enjoy healthy relationships in their neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, and churches.

LEARN MORE

A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the lives of pets and their owners through education, promoting spaying/neutering, and assisting the otherwise abandoned, abused and neglected animals through fostering and adoption. They strive to educate the public about the need to control the animal population through spaying/neutering, as well as responsible pet care.

LEARN MORE

Discover More Nonprofits in Northwest Arkansas

Impact NWANWA Gives

Positioned along the scenic Illinois River, the Siloam Springs Kayak Park was engineered to create an optimal experience for whitewater paddlers. Weekend afternoons in the summertime are busy with tubers and families.

LEARN MORE

Adjacent to the Siloam Springs Public Library, Memorial Park holds a space for the Farmers Market, a beautiful pavilion, an interactive water feature, the KIA Veteran’s Memorial, lush green space and the Chautauqua Amphitheater.

LEARN MORE

Since 1944, area trail advocates and city officials have been working to make this 165-acre City Lake Park a regional destination for fisherman, hikers, bikers, trail runners, bird watchers and paddlers.

LEARN MORE

The Sager Creek Mountain Bike Trail on the campus of John Brown University is a five-mile soft-surface trail that runs along Sager Creek.The trail covers terrain of various elevations around JBU’s main campus and has been designed as a gateway trail to be enjoyed by riders of various skill levels.

LEARN MORE

The mission of the Siloam Springs Farmers Market is to enliven the community of Siloam Springs by connecting consumers directly to quality local farm products and handcrafts. The market contributes to downtown development through creating an inviting atmosphere for visitors.

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