Chaffee Crossing is the economic development engine of western Arkansas and the center point of the nation’s crossroads for business.
Over $1.65 BILLION in capital investments have resulted in 17 corporate and regional headquarters, more than 3,250 jobs and 1,050 students by 2024, 29 residential developments, and a variety of amenities resulting in an exciting, vibrant mixed-use community. People and businesses alike are drawn to the Chaffee Crossing lifestyle because this is Arkansas’ premier community where Smart Growth planning is key.
The eighth annual Regional Veterans Day Parade and Celebration will begin at 10 a.m. Nov. 9 at the Chaffee Crossing Historic District and will attract longtime supporters and new faces via a veteran’s parade, food trucks, a children’s area, the Medals Presentation and Veterans Honors Ceremony, musical performances, vintage military vehicles, free flu shots and more.
The Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority met Thursday for its monthly meeting. Here are three things to know about what’s happening in the southern portion of Fort Smith:
The Fort Smith Board of Directors passed resolutions Tuesday night approving participation in the Arkansas Tax Back program for Twin Rivers Foods and Nidec Motor Corp. Nidec will be locating a new office of 24 professionals in the Chaffee Crossing HIstoric District.