Welcome to Siloam Springs!
Located in Northwest Arkansas and home to just over 16,000 residents, Siloam Springs is the largest city in western Benton County. Many businesses line US Highway 412, which runs east and west through town. Siloam Springs is the busiest, non-interstate point of entry into the state. Siloam Springs is perfectly located just thirty minutes west of the larger cities of Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale and Fayetteville along the I-49 corridor and an hour and a half east of Tulsa, OK.
Siloam Springs' boasts a bustling, historic downtown which follows the banks of beautiful Sager Creek. Three downtown city parks provide plenty of space for relaxation and recreation. This is where you will find the annual Dogwood Festival and a thriving Farmer’s Market. Downtown is also home to a number of restaurants, shops, and local businesses which invite you to come and stay awhile. Local support is evident in the award winning downtown area that serves as the center of community life in Siloam Springs.
Education is a top priority, with the Siloam Springs School District serving Pre-K through 12th grade. CASS, or Career Academy of Siloam Springs, is a state-of-the art charter school that prepares high school students to enter the workforce in this manufacturing and industrial rich town. John Brown University provides higher education with a graduate program as well.
There is much to love about our up-and-coming city. Whether you enjoy the outdoors, including hiking, biking and kayaking or if dinner and a good comedy show or live music is more your theme, Siloam Springs has it all!