Baxter County Info
Baxter County is located in the north central section of Arkansas and is approximately 600 square miles. Baxter County has elevations ranging from 800 to 1,400 feet. Baxter County was formed on March 24, 1873, from parts of Fulton, Izard, Marion and Searcy Counties and was named for Elisha Baxter, then the Governor of Arkansas. Mountain Home is the County seat.
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Pictured (L to R): Jenay Mize (County Treasurer), Canda Reese (Circuit/County Clerk), Jayme Nicholson (County Assessor), John Montgomery (Sheriff), Bill Lucas (JP-District 4), Mickey Pendergrass (County Judge); Not Pictured: Willa Mae Tilley (County Collector).
The Baxter County Elected Officials recently attended the Annual Arkansas Association of Counties Conference in Little Rock, August 20-22, 2014. They attended breakout sessions of their respective elected official groups, as well as work sessions on various subjects with the purpose of providing updates on current issues, learning of new laws in their specific areas of responsibility, as well as educational subjects to help the officials become more efficient in their positions. Statewide officials and candidates also visited and/or gave presentations about current issues and new programs across the state of Arkansas. This conference provided the opportunity for collaboration with other elected officials on proposals to be submitted to the state legislature in the next upcoming legislative session, and to brainstorm on what works and what may not work in other counties, which can in turn help Baxter County operate more efficiently.
At the Baxter County Fairgrounds
Saturday October 25th 10am - 3pm
Official Web Site Of Baxter County Government
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. To 4:30 p.m.