Garland County History
Garland County was formed on April 5, 1873, and was named for Augustus. H. Garland, Governor of Arkansas, U.S. Senator, and Glover Cleveland's Attorney General.
Elected Officials & Employees
Find contact members for various elected officials and employees of the county.
Access county and state online services such as real estate records, tax payments, trails search, and more.
Garland County Library
The Garland County Library enriches our community by creating and providing essential, meaningful connections - to traditional library materials, to digital resources, and to each other through cultural, educational and recreational opportunities.
Garland County Observed Holidays
View printable copies of various county maps.
Find out what's happening in the community by keeping up with local news.
Forms & Policies
Download documents and forms from the county.
Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce is Hot Springs’ leading advocate and champion for business. The Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce provides programs, opportunities and business-building initiatives that focus on the critical priorities of Hot Springs.
Browse through a list of local newspapers.
View contact information for Revenue Offices.
Learn about how to contact the different schools in our districts.
TV / Radio Stations
Find information about local TV and radio stations.
Act 1227 of 1999 required the Arkansas Department of Information Systems to develop Non-visual Standards for Arkansas that ensures the needs of Arkansans who are blind or visually impaired are met through reasonable accommodation in the information technology products and services of the state.