Garland County, Arkansas

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Garland County is one of 75 counties in Arkansas. Hot Springs is the county seat.

Website evaluation

Budget N
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Meetings Y
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Elected Officials
Administrative Officials Y
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Permits, zoning N
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Audits N
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Contracts N
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Lobbying N
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Public records N
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Local taxes Y
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Transparency grading process

Main article: Evaluation of Arkansas county websites

The good

  • Meetings and minutes are posted[1][2].
  • Elected officials are listed with contact information under their respective departments[3][4].
  • Taxes can be paid online[5].

The bad

Elected Officials

The County Judge serves as the chief executive officer in Arkansas county government. The Quorum Court is composed of Justices of the Peace and serves as the legislative body of county government.

Name Title District
Rick Davis County Judge -
Susan Wilkins Justice of the Peace 1
Thomas Anderson Justice of the Peace 2
Marilyn Ridge Justice of the Peace 3
Mary Bournival Justice of the Peace 4
George Pritchett Justice of the Peace 5
Ray Owen, Jr. Justice of the Peace 6
John Faulkner Justice of the Peace 7
Jimmie Harmon Justice of the Peace 8
Matt McKee Justice of the Peace 9
Sue Vaughn Justice of the Peace 10
Larry Griffin Justice of the Peace 11
Donald Laymon Justice of the Peace 12
Mickey Gates Justice of the Peace 13

External links


  1. Meetings and Minutes
  2. Quorum Court
  3. Departments
  4. County Officials
  5. Taxes