The Hot Springs Village Area Chamber of Commerce is located within Garland and Saline Counties and is encompassed by two metropolitan statistical areas: the Hot Springs MSA and the Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area). Combined, these areas serve a population of nearly one million people. Our largest community is Hot Springs Village, the largest gated community in the United States, surrounded by multiple smaller communities. Additional information can be found via the Arkansas Economic Development Commission's website.
Here you will find additional information regarding demographics, statistics, available real estate, and more.
Garland County is part of the Hot Springs MSA, with a population of 97,119, hosts a median age of 44.1, median household income of $40,011 with 3.3% growth, 39,971 employees, and a median property value of $133,700 with 2.3% growth. Over 250,000 people are within a 30-minute driving radius of the area. The Hot Springs Metro Partnership serves the county's economic interests while including government leaders, chambers of commerce, and other business leaders. Our Executive Director meets monthly with other chamber leaders within the Hot Springs MSA.
Saline County is part of the Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway MSA, with a population of 734,381, hosts a median age of 36.7, median household income of $51,500 with 4.96% growth, 340,083 employees, and a median property value of $151,700 with 1.2% growth. Led by Lamont Cornwell, the Saline County Economic Development Corporation serves the economic interests of the county while including chambers of commerce, and other business leader, with our Executive Director, Nathan Hunnicutt serving the Board.
The information below is sourced from the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce / Associated Industries of Arkansas.
Senate President Pro Tempore
Richard Womack, 18th District
Marcus E. Richmond, 21st District
Mickey Gates, 22nd District
Lanny Fite, 23rd District
Less Warren, 25th District
Hot Springs Village has more than 26,000 acres, much of it wooded. HSV is governed by the HSV Property Owners' Association (POA), a private, tax-exempt property owners association. A chief executive officer and a seven-member volunteer board of directors, who are elected in staggered three-year terms, comprise POA leadership. Day-to-day operation of the POA is handled by an average of 475 employees assigned to one of six departments: Administration, Golf, Planning and Inspection, Public Safety, Public Works, and Recreation.
In addition to the Planning and Inspection Department, HSV's Architectural Control Committee's responsibility is to ensure that all building plans conform to architectural policy and building codes of the Village and to issue permits for new homes, landscaping, and remodeling. The ACC ensures that green belt areas, roadways, lakes, and other common areas are protected for general character, appearance and use by Hot Springs Village property owners.
Hot Springs Village has a Declaration and Covenants and Restrictions with which all property owners must comply. The POA has an information and regulations booklet detailing rules for recreational amenities. All HSV common property and amenities are owned by the property owners as a whole and maintained, regulated and operated by the POA. Source: Wikipedia
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