Mailing Address: PO Box 237 Ward, AR 72176
​Physical Address: 405 Hickory St, Ward, AR 72176

City Phone: 501-843-7686
Water Department Phone: 501-843-2271
Email Address:  
wardarkansas@cityofward.com
City Office Hours are 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

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City of Ward

 Arkansas


I’m Charles “Charlie” Gastineau, Mayor of the City of Ward.  I'd like to welcome you to our website.  Having an estimated population of over 5,000, Ward is the second largest city in Lonoke County and the 2nd fastest growing community in the Metroplan (central Arkansas) area.  Ward is, by definition, a bedroom community with most of our working residents commuting to and from work in other cities.  It is my commitment to move Ward ForWard, opening new opportunities for businesses and new residents alike to find a home in Ward.  If you are looking to locate to a growing community that still has that small-town charm, consider making Ward your new home.  I encourage all Ward residents to get involved in the community--- volunteer to coach a youth sports team, or just to help with our Parks & Recreation Department, join the Chamber of Commerce, attend a church of your choosing, start a non-profit, or…. open your own business.   This is YOUR community...get involved!  My email address is mayor@cityofward.com and my city cell phone number is 501-743-2501.  Contact me with your concerns, comments, and ideas for our city.  Join us as we move Ward ForWard. 

February Fun Facts 

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Ward District Court Amnesty Week​

March 2 - 6  Click HERE for more



​ARDot Public Involvement Meeting
March 17th ​4 p.m. - 7 p.m. 
located at Ward Municipal Complex
in the Civic Room. All are invited 
to review the project and provide 
input to the ARDot representatives


Water/Wastewater Operator 

position open - click here for more details



GOOD NEWS WATER CUSTOMERS:

You can now pay online

as well as sign up for alerts and more! Check out the new site at:CLICK BELOW:

https://wardwater.myruralwater.com

February fluctuates between having 28 and 29 days per year. The 29th day only occurs every 4 years during leap years.


The length of February was finalized when Julius Caesar remade the Roman calendar and assigned the month 28 days and 29 days. In 713 B.C., February was officially added to the Roman calendar.


Your birthstone is an Amethyst and your flower is primrose. 


At one point February had as little as 23 days.


Black History Month

National Freedom Day

Groundhog Day

Valentine's Day

President's Day

Ash Wednesday

American Heart Month

Chocolate Lovers Month

National Bird Feeding Month

National Dental Month