Garfield: A Northwest Travel Nexus
Discover the Garfield connection . . .
Garfield City Hall . . .
the heart of City life
Southern Garfield and nearby Beaver Lake
Nestled in the Ozarks
Predawn blush viewed
from southeastern Garfield
Rob and Melani Walton Nature Preserve
A place to relax . . .
a place to explore . . .
within and bordering
Garfield City limits
Is your property up to code? Citizens of Garfield have been duly warned to bring their personal and business property into compliance with the City’s codes.
At the August meeting of the Garfield City Council, Code Enforcement Officer Scott Wassman explained that henceforth ordinances governing property in the City of Garfield will be enforced by the collection of penalties, according to the provisions in each associated City legislation.
Officer Wassman specified that vehicles that are not operational or not registered must be removed. Grass that has been allowed to grow to more than one foot high must be mowed. Building projects must be compliant with the City’s codified regulations.
To access building, plumbing, and fence construction permit applications, visit the Code Enforcement Department page.
To read the complete minutes from the August City Council Meeting, follow the Learn More link below or find the City Council Meeting Minutes on the City Council & Attorney page.
To give your pets premium care, stop by a Best of Northwest Arkansas award-winner, Flying RF Feed & Farm Supply in Garfield, and check out their premium pet food brands, including Taste of the Wild and Diamond Naturals.
Flying RF Feed & Farm Supply is also an authorized dealer of formulated feed for cattle, horses, goats, chickens, and pigs. The Garfield feed store carries brands that include Tindle, Moormans, and Nutrena.
In addition to feed and farm supplies, Flying RF has hardware supplies for your farm and home projects.
In one location, you can pick up vitamins for your kittens, feed for your chickens, and supplies for mending a fence.
Flying RF Feed & Farm Supply is open six days a week for their customers' convenience.
Learn more about Flying RF Feed & Farm Supply and other businesses in the Garfield Business Directory.
The Garfield City Council meets each month on the second Tuesday to conduct legislative business for the City of Garfield. These regular monthly meetings are held in the Alderman Terry Warren Room of City Hall, beginning at 6:00 PM, and are open to the public.
The City Council Meeting Agenda for each monthly meeting is posted online during the week prior to the meeting. No changes may be made to the meeting agenda after 3:00 PM on the Friday prior to the next City Council Meeting.
City Council Meeting Minutes are prepared by the Recorder-Treasurer and reviewed by the Mayor before being posted online. At the next monthly meeting of the City Council, Council members vote on whether to officially approve the minutes from the previous month.
To see the latest City Council Meeting Agenda and City Council Meeting Minutes, visit the City Council & Attorney page.
Welcome to the City of Garfield Website!
Abraham Lincoln’s barber, William de Fleurville, was about to shave his beard, when Mr. Lincoln said, “Willie, let’s give them a chance to grow.” And grow they did.
I believe, the day will come when people will say, “They gave the City of Garfield a chance to grow and grow it did.”
On behalf of the Garfield City Council, I welcome you to our new City of Garfield website. I believe you will find the contents of this site to be informative, enlightening, and entertaining.
As you browse about, please pay attention to our local business partners. When you “Buy In Garfield,” you automatically become a B.I.G. Spender, and thereby further the growth of the City of Garfield.
If you are a first-time visitor to our website, I encourage you to browse content about the historic Garfield Elementary School, with its iconic Bell Tower, and our own Hamilton Park. Also, Garfield is near travel destinations in the region, including Beaver Lake, Lost Bridge Village, the Pea Ridge National Military Park, and the Rob and Melani Walton Nature Preserve. No trip to Northwest Arkansas would be complete without a visit to one or more of these local jewels.
Lastly, it is my hope that this website will be the “tie that binds us together,” as citizens, tourists, businesses, and government. God Bless America, and God Bless Garfield.