Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Cherokee Village Arkansas Property Owners and what is available to them

Cherokee Village offers many amenities available only to property owners and their guests. There are seven clean lakes for boating and fishing, two uncrowded championship golf courses, two community centers, six swimming pools, lighted tennis courts, multiple parks, and miniature golf. Once you become a property owner, you will receive membership cards that allow access to these amenities.

Cherokee Village's residents decided to incorporate as a city in 1997, and its present form of government is made up of a Mayor and City Council. There are four Wards, and each Ward has two Aldermen. There is a City Council meeting on the third Thursday of every month at 7:00pm at City Hall. Cherokee Village has a full time police and fire department.

The Cherokee Village Suburban Improvement District (SID) is charged with the maintenance and care of the village amenities, and each property owner pays a reasonable yearly SID assessment. The SID presently subsidizes the city's fire department and road maintenance.

Conveniently located inside the city limits are stores, shops, banks, businesses, a post office, a small airport, many different churches, as well as numerous local civic groups and clubs.

The very nearby towns of Highland, Hardy, and Ash Flat also offer a wide variety of shopping, restaurants, movie theaters, and business services. For example, from the village center of Cherokee Village, downtown Hardy with its quaint antique shops is less than 5 miles away, the Walmart SuperCenter in Ash Flat is less than 7 miles away, and the local Highland High School is less than one mile from the south entrance to Cherokee Village. The very popular Mammoth Springs State Park is less than 20 miles away.

Most of all, Cherokee Village offers property owners low crime and an affordable, resort style type of living.

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