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  • Welcome to Paris Area Chamber of Commerce

     The historical town of Paris, Arkansas is the ‘Home of Mount Magazine” which is the highest point in Arkansas. Paris is one of twenty six towns in the US named after Paris , France. Paris has the only Eiffel Tower in the state of Arkansas,standing 25 foot tall featuring a 2 tier water fountain. Situated near the Arkansas River in the Ozark Mountains, Paris is known for its beautiful landscapes, diverse industry, and rich history. The city has manufacturing facilities producing parts for the automotive, construction, and defense industries.The chamber is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the community by actively supporting business and economic growth. We proudly represent and support the business community of Paris, Arkansas and surrounding areas. We promote the Paris area as the best place to live, work and play. Its citizens- who range from young families to retirees- enjoy the comfort and security of living in a small community. We are able to take advantage of the benefits of living close to the scenic beauty.Paris is always a good idea!

  • BUSINESS OF THE MONTH  

    June 2018

    Danielle's Salon 

     

  • Paris Chamber of Commerce Presents

    Ladies Night Out

    July 5th, 2018

    4pm to 8pm in downtown Paris

    Area merchants  and vendors will have great sales around the square, door prizes, refreshments and more! Prize giveaways just for shopping local! Join in on the Scavenger Hunt for a chance to win $50, start your hunt at Little Shoppes on The Square to receive your 1st clue.

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  • Frontier Day Festival

    Come join us on Saturday October 6, 2018 on the square in Paris from 10 am to 4 pm.

     We will have a kick the day off with the annual parade! We will have vendors set up around the square, fun contests, kid zone, and live entertainment all throughout the day you won't want to miss it!

  • Monthly Coffee and Donuts

    Each Month we host a FREE coffee and donuts meet and greet with a chamber member from 8:30 am to 9:30 am. This is open to the public as a way to learn more about the host business, network with customers, learn about community events and help us recognize our spotlight business of the month.  We are thrilled with the participation at this event each month and hope to see you there.  A smile and a handshake will go a long way , do you have time to grow your business? 
    It will be held on May 10, 2018 at Stan & Sandy's Auto Body Works.

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    New Chamber Member
    The Call

    Smokin Tater BBQ

    Paris Inn

    Myriad Studio
     
    County Line Sale Barn
     
  • Summer City Pool Info.‚Äč

    Phone Number: (479) 963-3954

    Hours: Monday - Saturday 1:00 until 5:30  Sunday 1:30 until 5:00

    Swimming Lessons Monday thru Friday for 2 weeks

    Daily Fees: $2.00 per person

    $1.00 for Kid pool only

    Summer Passes: 

    1 person: $35

    2 people: $65

    3 people: $90

    4 people: $105

    5 People: $130

    Each additional person is $15 more

    Pool Rental: $50 for 2 hours city employees is $25 for 2 hours

    Hours for pool rental: 6 to 8, 8 to 10 or you can rent from 6 to 10 (4 hours)

    Water Aerobics: Starting June 11th Every Monday from 6pm to 7pm  

  • Spring Time in Paris 2017
  • Trendsetter City Tourism winner for 2017
  • Trendsetter in tourism: Paris was awarded the Trendsetter Award in Tourism for commities of 5,000 people or less by the Arkansas Municipal League at its winter convention held in Fort Smith last week. Accepting the award was Tonya Baumgartner (center). Also on hand were Paris City Clerk Mary Syllivan (left) and Planning and Zoning Commission member Jewell White