Dover Town History (Short) Ozark Memories Day honors Dover Children Honor their Ozark Heritage We honor our veterans of foreign wars
Dover Town History (Short)
Ozark Memories Day honors
Dover Children Honor their Ozark Heritage
We honor our veterans of foreign wars
It is our mission at the Dover Area Chamber of Commerce to promote the personal and business quality of life of citizens in the greater Dover area. We think Dover is a great place to live and work. We'd like to tell our story to the whole world.
Dover, Arkansas, is seven miles north of Russellville, Arkansas, on Highway 7. The Dover Area Chamber of Commerce meets at City Hall at 7: 00 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month except for January and July. If you decide to relocate in our area, we cordially invite you to join the Chamber and participate in our community activities. The Chamber sponsors Ozark Memories Day which is held annually on the last Saturday in September. This festival features a parade, food, music, crafts, demonstrations, plus games and activities for children and adults. The Chamber has an annual banquet in January to honor outstanding individuals including Citizen of the year and Chamber member of the Year.
The population of Dover is 1,404 according to the 2010 census. Dover schools are Kindergarten through Senior High. There are many church denominations and civic clubs in the area including Lions and 4-H. Dover has city and rural fire departments. Businesses in the Dover area include convenience stores with fuel, a supermarket complete with deli, bakery and coffee shop, a medical clinic, dentist, drug store, flea markets, feed and hardware store, car wash, laundromat, barber and beauty shops, video rental, tanning booths, fitness gym, a weekly newspaper, bank, several dining choices, auto sales, auto salvage, auto body and repair shops, storage units, and a Dollar general outlet.
Recreation opportunities abound with canoeing and swimming on Big Piney Creek, fishing and skiing at nearby Lake Dardaneel, and a trail system at Moccasin Gap Horse Trail that is open not only to horses, but also hikers, bicycles, motorcycles,and ATVs. Hunting and camping are popular activities in the Ozark National Forest just north of Dover.
The mayor of Dover is Pat Johnson and he can be reached at (479) 331-4225. City Hall is located at 9686 Market Street. The Dover Branch Library is located at 80 Library Road. The Post Office is at 10115 W. Camp Street. The City of Dover website is www.doverar.com .
The Dover Area Chamber of Commerce is now recognized by the Arkansas Better Business Bureau. The Better Business Bureau's mission is "To be the leader in advancing Marketplace trust."
More on this year's Ozark Memories Day. As mentioned, OMD occurs each year on the last Saturday of September. If you have suggestions or questions about this year's Ozark Memories Day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org . No prizes for the car show will be given this year, but we will have a car show. We will have a Dutch oven cooking contest, desserts only, please. The theme for this year's OMD will be "Blast From the Past." This year during the parade it will be permissible for people riding floats to throw candy toward the crowd on the side of the streets.
Also new is a brief history and status report of our school district. We are enormously proud of our schools.
For more information about the Dover Area Chamber of Commerce, please contact Chamber President Earl Shrock at 479 331-3483. See also our Dover Area Chamber of Commerce Board members. Chamber meetings are at 7: 00 PM on the first Thursday night of the month at the City Hall.
The webmaster for this site is Sid T. Womack.