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“I believe Mansfield has the potential to become one of the best small towns in Arkansas.”
Mayor - Larry Austin

Why Mansfield, Arkansas?

Mansfield is a small town with lots of potential. You can find most items you would find in a big city such as restaurants, shopping, parks, and more.

Real estate

Property can be purchased at a fraction of other nearby cities making it a great place to buy your dream home. There are many homes, apartments, and duplexes available for rent, also.


Mansfield is a short 30 minute drive from the 2nd largest city (Fort Smith) in Arkansas.


Mansfield has one of the best schools around. A new High School with positive academic results, state of the art athletic facilities, and some of the best teachers available.

Welcome To Mansfield, Arkansas

Farmers Market

Be thinking about our "Farmers Market" coming soon! Our scheduled go live date is June 6, 2015 from 7am to 11am. More details coming within a couple of weeks! Tell your friends! We are welcoming school groups, organizations to do fundraisers, music, etc...
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Mansfield Farmers Market Grower Agreement

You may print or pick up a form from City Hall for the Farmers Market. A vendor agreement is required to be able to sale at the Farmers Market. There is no cost to participate.

SHINE - Download the new "Keep Arkansas Beautiful" App

"Keep Arkansas Beautiful" App - Download

1st Annual Lizard 5K Scurry

Saturday, April 25th, 2015 - 9:00am

Begins & Ends at Mansfield Elementary School

All proceeds go to the Skyler Leroy Memorial Scholarship Fund

Registration begins at 8:30!
Register now: $30 including T-Shirt!


Spring Countywide Cleanup Campaign Mansfield Public Works Building

Saturday, April 25 7:00 am-2:00 pm

Not acceptable: yard waste, grass, leaves, brush, used oil, tires, batteries, hazardous or toxic wastes, cleaning chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, paints, or liquids of any kind, TV's, computers, electronic equipment, fluorescent bulbs, freon containing appliances.

United Way "Day of Caring" - April 14, 2015

Day of Caring, is a community-wide event benefiting community partners in Crawford, Franklin, LeFlore, Logan, Sebastian and Sequoyah counties. Each year, Day of Caring unites generous, community-focused people under the common mission of creating real, lasting change in the lives of children, families and seniors, right where we live.

On Day of Caring, volunteer teams from local companies and businesses, families and individuals work together to complete projects and conduct special programs for United Way’s community partners who, much of the time, lack the necessary resources and manpower to tackle the projects. These projects range from reading to children or painting a room to engaging in outdoor activities such as landscaping or washing windows.

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