District 1

David Reagan, Justice of the Peace

  • Attended Fayetteville Public Schools and University of Arkansas at Fayetteville
  • Earned Bachelor of Arts in Humanities in 1978
  • K-12 and Higher Ed instructor for 29 years prior to retirement
  • Co-founder, past president, board member, Park Ave. Community Association (PACA)

PACA

Organized in 1987, PACA has campaigned to eliminate blight and support community development in a formerly blighted area. PACA’s ultimate goal is a safe neighborhood for pedestrians, bicyclists and residents where shopping and economic redevelopment can be accessed by walking or cycling.

Personal Goals

Dave’s personal goals as Garland County Justice of the Peace, Dist. #1:

  • Build a pedestrian and bicycle friendly sector where residents and tourists can enjoy our great natural resources to achieve personal health and fitness goals
  • Collaborate with all who are inspired to improve Garland County, Historic District #1 and Hot Springs
  • Preserve the historic buildings that attract millions of tourists each year
  • Protect the purity of local thermal and cold springs for future generations
  • Work with partners to revitalizing our historic downtown

About District 1

Historic District 1 is home to Hot Springs National Park, a majority of thermal and cold Springs along with the aquifers that recharge them. It has been a health and relaxation resource to people for thousands of years. In modern times, the bathhouse became an architectural attraction to be preserved by the National Park Service. District 1 extends from the north edge of the Belvedere, south to Bellaire Drive off Malvern and east of Magic Springs, west to the center of Cedar Glades Park off Wildcat Road.