White Pages can let you find or check out people of Arkansas easily and free. The interface of the service is clear, that’s why you can start to use it fast. The system lets to search people by name, phone number, zip code or address. The report is standard one. If you need more information, you should purchase a premium account. It gives access to people’s phone numbers and runs a background check to get ahold of criminal records, bankruptcies, marriage and divorce history, liens against them, and more.

639 Cities found in Arkansas

12345
...

Top Cities

Try to use WHochs White Pages you find people you need or check out a new staff. Reports are accurate due to the fact of using the following sources of information:

  • court records;

  • birth certificates;

  • marriage certificates;

  • death certificates;

  • criminal records;

  • licensing information;

  • voting records;

  • historical data;

  • real estate transactions and deeds;

  • census bureau data.

 

Notable People from Arkansas Notable Work/Position
Bill Clinton 42nd President of the United States (1993 to 2001). Governor of Arkansas (1979 to 1981 and 1983 to 1992). Attorney General of Arkansas (1977 to 1979).
Minnie Joycelyn Elders An American pediatrician and public health administrator. The first African American appointed as Surgeon General of the United States.
Douglas MacArthur Was an American 5-Star General. Chief of Staff of U.S. Army during the 1930s. Played a prominent role during World War II.
Johnny Cash Was an American country singer-songwriter, actor and author. One of the best-selling music artists of all time having sold more than 90 million records worldwide.
John Grisham An American author, attorney and activist best known for his popular legal thrillers.
Al Green An American singer-songwriter and record producer. Eight-time Grammy winner best known for a series of soul hit singles in the 80s.

 

Searching for Someone in Arkansas

That is the 33rd most populated US state. There are over 3 million people and 1.1 million households. The average household size is 5.52. SO, it can be difficult to find someone by yourself. But if you use White Pages, you can get the accurate report with the information you need.

{Statistics}

The predominant race in Arkansas is white, making up 72.3% of the state’s population. The balance of men and women is about equal. The average age is 38.1 years. Little Rock is the most famous and populated city of Arkansas. About 200,000 people live here.

There is 33.2% of the population below 25 and 16.5% of the population over 65. The population growth is about 0.5% per year. Labor force is over 1.23 million people. The average household income is $45.870 per year with the annual growth about 3.2%. The income is not very high in compliance with other states. There is a network of public universities and colleges including two major university systems: Arkansas State University System and University of Arkansas System. Many people move here to graduate and stay in Arkansas.

 

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
University of Arkansas Fayetteville 6,431 62% 66% Finance
Arkansas State University Jonesboro 4,039 41% 70% Humanities
Arkansas Tech University Russellville 2,940 45% 95% Humanities

 

Arkansas Real Estate

If you want to live in Arkansas, you should get some information about the property, its owner and future neighbors. You can use White Pages to get the information. Just make a search by address to read the report. The data will let you understand whether it is the home of your dream or not whenever you are going to rent or purchase it.

The average home value was $128,000 in 2017, with the median price per square foot at $72. According to the data, the average annual home value increase is about 4.3%. The rent price is low in compliance with the national rate. It is just necessary to pay about $700. The average listing price is $180,000. Try to negotiate with the owner to get the better price. All depends on your community skills. The most expensive property is in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The average price is $195,000.

 

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Fayetteville $193,000 $41,158
Little Rock $159,900 $48,463
Jonesboro $146,800 $44,171
Springdale $142,700 $47,993
Fort Smith $117,000 $36,532

 

Arkansas Facts

  • Official Name: Arkansas
  • Name Meaning: Name was initially applied to the Arkansas River derived from a French term Arcansas, the plural term for Quapaws, a Native American tribe.
  • Nickname: The Natural State
  • Statehood: June 15, 1836 (25th State)
  • Capital: Little Rock
  • Total Number of Counties: 75
  • Largest City: Little Rock
  • Largest County (by population): Pulaski
  • Population (as of 2018): 3,013,825

History: According to the Purchase Louisiana Treaty between the US and France in 1803, the territory was bought by the US government. Arkansas could become the 25th US state in 1836. Arkansas joined the Confederate States of America during the Civil War in 1861. After the end of the war Arkansas had to return to the Union in 1868. There are 6 companies in Fortune 500. These are Walmart, Tyson Foods, J.B. Hunt, Dillard’s, Murphy USA, and Windstream. According to CNBC, Arkansas is the 20th US state in the list of the best states for business. That is the 29th state by area at 53,180 sq. miles, and is 270 miles in width and 240 miles in length.

Fast Facts

  • Little Rock city was the capital of Arkansas since 1821.

  • The Crater of Diamonds State Park is a park in Pike County, Arkansas. That is the place where people can search for real diamonds without any restrictions.

  • The World’s Duck Calling Championship Contest is held in Stuttgart, Arkansas, each year.

  • There are a lot of rivers and lakes in Arkansas. According to the statistics, over 600,000 acres take lakes and 9,700 miles take rivers.

  • The Arkansas River is 1,450 miles. That is the longest stream to flow into the Mississippi-Missouri River system.

  • There are 47 hot springs in Arkansas. You can find it near the Hot Springs Mountain, Hot Springs National Park (Garland County, Arkansas). The water is believed to be useful for health.

  • The significant part of Arkansas population are duck and deer hunters. 

Top Names

David Smith (113 persons)
James Smith (101 persons)
Robert Smith (97 persons)
Michael Smith (94 persons)
John Smith (84 persons)
James Johnson (81 persons)
David Johnson (81 persons)
David Williams (81 persons)
Linda Smith (77 persons)
James Williams (75 persons)
Michael Williams (73 persons)
James Jones (70 persons)
Robert Jones (69 persons)
Mary Smith (69 persons)
Robert Johnson (68 persons)
William Smith (67 persons)
Michael Johnson (65 persons)
David Jones (64 persons)
Michael Jones (64 persons)
Charles Smith (64 persons)
Michael Brown (61 persons)
James Brown (61 persons)
John Johnson (61 persons)
Robert Williams (60 persons)
Mary Williams (59 persons)
Jennifer Smith (59 persons)
John Jones (59 persons)
Linda Johnson (57 persons)
Brenda Smith (57 persons)
Lisa Smith (56 persons)
Mary Johnson (55 persons)
David Brown (55 persons)
Richard Smith (55 persons)
Shirley Smith (55 persons)
Sandra Smith (54 persons)
Scott Smith (53 persons)
James Davis (52 persons)
Larry Smith (52 persons)
Michael Wilson (51 persons)
Jason Smith (51 persons)
Amanda Smith (51 persons)
John Williams (51 persons)
Gary Smith (49 persons)
John Davis (49 persons)
John Brown (48 persons)
James Wilson (48 persons)
Terry Smith (48 persons)
Linda Williams (48 persons)
Michael Taylor (48 persons)
David Wilson (48 persons)
Mark Smith (48 persons)
David Miller (48 persons)
James White (47 persons)
Linda Jones (46 persons)
Mary Jones (46 persons)
Randy Smith (46 persons)
Charles Johnson (46 persons)
Larry Williams (45 persons)
Robert Brown (45 persons)
James Taylor (45 persons)