New in town and learning your way around? GIS maps can help you with information on bus routes, city board districts, recycling schedules and more. For the youth in the family, CiviKidz offers homework help along with educational games and puzzles that teach about federal, state and local government. Everyone can enjoy the community atmosphere at the Historic Downtown Farmers Market pavilion, where homegrown produce, handmade crafts and live music draw in patrons from the entire region.
Hot Springs’ vibrant Sister City relationship with Hanamaki, Japan is conducted in partnership with a private, non-profit foundation to foster mutual tolerance, understanding and respect. Cultural, educational and artistic exchanges and group travels to both countries fill the calendar year-round with exciting and rewarding activities. There’s a place for everyone in the Sister City Program.
Transportation planning and coordination for the greater Hot Springs area is managed by the Hot Springs Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, or HSA-MPO. This organization also offers Hot Springs Rideshare, a carpooling program for commuters who wish to save on transportation costs and travel “green.”
If you’re retiring, getting married, or need a new driver’s license, our FAQ section answers many of these common questions and more. Thank you for the privilege of serving you.