Welcome to Felsenthal, Arkansas 71747, in the Big Middle of "The Really-Great Outdoors"
Really-Great Outdoors

January 10 minutes and February 14 council agenda posted for your review and reading pleasure

Check out what transpired at the January town council meeting and see what's coming up during the February 14 council meeting. It's probably lacks the drama of the 6:00 news, but is truthful and much closer to home. Please note, the February meeting starts at 3 p.m. instead of 4 p.m.

Dec. 13 council minutes and Jan. 10 council meeting agenda posted

Mainly budget issues and first-of-the-year business for Jan, 10, click here to see for yourself. If you missed the speed bumps other local discussions last month, check out the Dec. 13 minutes here.

Nov. 15 council minutes and Dec. 13 council meeting agenda posted

Read about discussions on speed bumps, property condemnation, a grant application, legislation results and financial reports. It's what's happening in Felsenthal. Click for the Nov. minutes and the Dec. agenda.

October 11 council minutes posted - new water/sewer policy announced

The Felsenthal Town Counicil met October 11. Among other items of town business transacted, the council announced a new water/sewer hookup policy.

September 13 council minutes and October 11 council agenda posted

Amidst the trials and turmoils of the 2016 POTUS election, the town of Felsenthal calmly pursues its business and reports same to its citizenry. See minutes of the Felsenthal Sept. 13 meeting here. See what's coming up at the Oct. 11 council meeting here.

July 2016 council minutes August 9 agenda posted

The minutes for the July 2016 Felsenthal Town Council meeting are now available here. The minutes note that our sewer system is in compliance with ADEQ regulations — and other information. The agenda for the August 9 town council meeting is also available, click here.

June 2016 council minutes and July agenda posted

Minutes for the June 14, 2016 Felsenthal town council are available for your review, click here to take a gander. Find out what's coming up at the July 12 council meeting. Click here and take a glance.

Updated Water and Sewer agreements uploaded and available

The new water and sewer agreements are available for download now. For a hookup to an existing meter, click here. For new water and sewer service, click here.

May 2016 council minutes and June 2014 council agenda posted

Minutes for the May 10, 2016 Felsenthal town council are available for your review, click here to take a gander. Find out what's coming up at the June 14 council meeting. Click here and take a glance.

Annual Drinking Water Report now available

The Felsenthal Water Association 2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is now available. Click here to download a copy of the report.

April town council agenda and March minutes posted

The agenda for the April Felsenthal Town Council meeting and the minutes of the March meeting are now posted.

February town council agenda and January minutes posted

See what transpired at the January 2016 Felsenthal Town Council meeting and what you can expect at the February meeting on Tuesdsay the 9th.

Consolidated Felsenthal 2015 financial report posted

Check out how and where the funds of Felsenthal were spent and managed. Unlike a logt of big cities, some counties, and even some states, our financial affairs are in order. Click the financial report to take a gander.

December 8 agenda and November 10 town council minutes posted

Find out what's coming up at the next town council meeting. See what went on at the last meeting. The golf cart is fixed. The Christmas gatheirng is on as usual and folks are still trying to reverse closing of the east access Beryl Anthony WMA ATV trails reversed. And there's more. Click here to see the minutes. Click here to see the December 8 agenda.

felsenthal town hall
The Felsental Town Hall.

We are Felsenthal, Arkansas, next door to the Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge — covering 65,000 acres in Ashley, Bradley and Union Counties in south Arkansas. Grand Marais Lake  is in our back yard.

Felsenthal NWR is the world's largest green-tree reservoir. The Refuge offers hiking trails, fishing, wildlife observation photography, hunting, including youth hunts, environmental education and interpretation, and camping. Click here for Felsenthal NWR fact sheet.

For our visitors and friends: Find out about how much fun you can have here, about our history, our outdoor sports and our events. We are a friendly Southern town and love company. Y'all come.

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Click here to email us. Call us at 870.943.2454