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Cherokee Village
Sharp County and Fulton County, Arkansas

ZipCodes
72525

Motto
the Jewel of the Natural State



Page Contents for Cherokee Village, Arkansas

Statistics & Facts

Location

Weather & Climate

History & History-related items

City Attractions

Government

Chamber of Commerce.

Organizations, Churches, and Sports.

Schools.

Miscellany



Statistics & Facts

The Arkansas state capital is Little Rock.
The population of Cherokee Village is approximately 4,648 2000, 4671 2010.
The approximate number of families is 2,892 2000, 2190 2010.
The amount of land area in Cherokee Village is 80.259 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 2.411 sq kilometers.
The distance from Cherokee Village to Washington DC is 844 miles.
The distance to the Arkansas state capital is 117 miles. (as the crow flies)
Cherokee Village is positioned 36.30 degrees north of the equator and 91.56 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Cherokee Village elevation is 900 feet above sea level.
Cherokee Village average annual rainfall is 42 inches per year
Cherokee Village average annual snowfall is 7.6 inches per year.
Cherokee Village average annual humidity is 55
The average winter temperature is 51 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 80 degrees F.

Location

in northeast Arkansas, near the junction of the South Fork and Spring Rivers, about 135 miles from Branson, Missouri
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Climate


mild, year-round. There is occasional snow in the winter which melts off quickly.
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Weather


moderate. Here is a weather page for Cherokee Village.
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History & History Related Items

"Cherokee Village began in 1954 when it was developed by Cooper Communities, Inc. It has continued to grow through the years. In January of 1997 there was interest in the community to incorporate. Because the Village boundaries lie within two different counties, Sharp and Fulton, petitions had to be filed in both counties to incorporate. Fulton County approved the petition while Sharp County denied it. The part of the village within Fulton County incorporated as Cherokee Village West in January of 1998.
Soon, thereafter, the new city council proposed the annexation of the Sharp County portion of the Village, which proposal was approved by the voters making a unified Village once again. It has become the largest city in the local area of Sharp, Fulton and Izard Counties." from www.cherokeevillage.org/
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The incorporation of Cherokee Village

April 1998


Attractions

Golf in Cherokee Village

Area Attractions

There are seven beautiful lakes from 19 acres to 264 acres, all of them private to property owners and their guests. There are also two marinas to meet all your boating needs

Cherokee Village has championship eighteen-hole golf courses

lighted tennis courts, recreation centers, five parks with cooking facilities, there is an airport with facilities for jets and a 40 bed hospital with 24 hour emergency service.

There is a city police department with one of the lowest crime rates in the entire country as well as three full-time fire stations. Paramedic services are also available.

Other amenities of the area include a shopping center: post office, newspaper, restaurants, private clubs, bank, service station, beauty shop, flower shop, travel agency, grocery store, city hall, vacation rentals, bakery, fifteen churches, three schools, ninety-four clubs and organizations, just about anything you're into: ballroom dancing, singles, boy scouts, camera, chorus, gardeners, Lions, Kiwanis, Knights, Pilots for Christ, bowling, euchre, bridge, golf, lifeline, masonic, recovery, ladies, tennis, swim, vets, sportsmen, AARP. In other words, Cherokee Village has just about anything and everything you could want to vacationing, retirement or relaxation.
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Cherokee Village City Government

The Official Site for Cherokee Village

City Hall
PO Box 986
Cherokee Village, AR 72525
Phone: 257-5522
Fax: 257-5523



Cherokee Village Police Department
Post Office Box 129
#2 Santee Drive - Town Center
Cherokee Village, Arkansas 72525
Telephone: 870 257-5225 non-emergency
FAX: 870 257-3037

Cherokee Village Chamber

Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 1234
Hardy, Arkansas 72542
Phone: 870-856-3210
Serving Ash Flat, Cherokee Village, Hardy, Highland, Williford and surrounding area.

Cherokee Village Organizations

Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 1234
Hardy, Arkansas 72542
Phone: 870-856-3210
Serving Ash Flat, Cherokee Village, Hardy, Highland, Williford and surrounding area.

Cherokee Village Schools

The children of Cherokee Village attend schools in the Highland School District.

Highland School District
Home of the Rebels!
P.O. Box 419
Hardy, Arkansas 72542
Phone: 870-856-3273
Fax: 870-856-2768 Cherokee Village

Miscellany

The population of Cherokee Village City was:
1990 4,416*
2000 4,648
The 1990 figure is for Cherokee Village-Hidden Valley, an unincorporated area. Since the 2000 census, Cherokee Village has incorporated, thus, the 2000 figure is for the incorporated city of Cherokee Village.

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