Law & Government


Arkansas Legal Services
This site provides information, resources and links that can assist you in helping to find the legal assistance you need. These free resources are provided by the Center for Arkansas Legal Services and Legal Aid of Arkansas. Together, these two non-profit law firms provide free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income people throughout the state.


ProQuest Political Science Database  
Full-text of leading political science and international relations journals. This collection provides full-text coverage of many core titles included in Worldwide Political Science Abstracts. (If you have problems following this link, go to Arkansas State Library and search by subject.)

White House




Arkansas State Code

Eureka Springs City Ordinances
An ordinance is a local law that usually regulates persons or property and usually relates to a matter of a general and permanent nature. 

Eureka Springs City Resolutions
A resolution generally states a position or policy of a city. An ordinance is more formal and authoritative than a resolution. 

Eureka Springs City Council and Committee Meetings - Recordings

Carroll County Quorum Court Meetings - Minutes and Recordings


City Council

Mayor's Office

Carroll County Clerk

Carroll County Quorum Court

The legislative body of county government is called the quorum court and is composed of 9, 11, 13 or 15 members depending on the population of the county. The quorum court members are called justices of the peace and are elected for two-year terms from districts within the county. These district officials meet each month, more often if necessary, to conduct county business and review ordinances and resolutions for passage. 

Carroll County Judge's Office

The chief executive officer for county government in Arkansas is the county judge. As chief executive, the judge authorizes and approves the disbursement of all appropriated county funds, operates the system of county roads, administers ordinances enacted by the quorum court, has custody of county property, accepts grants from federal, state, public and private sources, hires county employees except those persons employed by other elected officials of the county, and presides over the quorum court.

Arkansas Governor

Arkansas State Representatives

Arkansas Federal Representatives  

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