• 2/03/2020: Paris City Council Meeting- 6PM
    • 2/04/2020: Scranton City Council Meeting- 6PM
    • 2/06/2020: Community Blood Drive- First United Methodist Church- 2-6PM
    • 2/06/2020: WEEKLY FREE MEAL- First Christian Church-  5:30PM (Every Thursday- Feb: 6, 13, 20, 27)
    • 2/08/2020: Chamber Awards Banquet- The Barn at Meadowbrook- 6PM
    • 2/08/2020: WEEKLY DANCE- Paris Senior Center- 7PM (Every Saturday-  Feb: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29)
    • 2/09/2020: OPEN HOUSE- Paris Arts Center- 2-4PM
    • 2/13/2020: COFFEE & DONUTS- Wilkerson Auto Sales- 830AM 
    • 2/14/2020: HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
    • 2/14/2020: Valentine's Banquet 6PM- Paris Arts CenterTickets $25/e
    • 2/15/2020: 2020 POLAR PLUNGE for Special Olympics- Cove Lake 12PM (Registration starts at 11AM) For more info contact Leslie Oliver- 479-518-4052
    • 2/17/2020- PRESIDENT'S DAY- NO SCHOOL
    • 2/22/2020: St Joseph Catholic School's- THE ANNUAL MARDI GRAS CASINO NIGHT- FNB Community Center 6-11PM: Tickets $50/each

    Save these upcoming dates: 

    • Ladies Night Out- March 5th, 2020
    • Free Conductor Consultations- March 19th, 2020
    • Big-to-do-on&off HWY 22- April 8th-11th, 2020
    • Springtime in Paris Festival- May 2nd, 2020

  • Eiffel Tower Park 

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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!


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    Be there or be square.

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  • Our monthly coffee and donuts gathering for February 2020 will be on Thursday, February 13th at 830AM hosted by Wilkerson Auto Sales (415 E. Walnut St)

    Join with us in celebration of the new business of the month and then nominate for the next business of the month. Plus, learn of new chamber members, upcoming businesses, and what's going on throughout the Paris community. 



  • Roller Funeral Home has been voted as the Business of the Month of February for the Paris Area. 

    As cultural norms continue to change, the way people handle the passing of loved ones also evolves. Today, there are many ways we choose to celebrate the lives of those they care about. Planning a funeral for a loved one requires organization in the midst of grief and sadness. Consult with Roller Funeral Home for the best options in the most important elements on funeral planning that you should know.

    Roller Funeral Home is always there to treat your loved ones as if they were their own. The Paris community is proud to call Roller Funeral Home the business of the month of February! 

  • https://www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/default.asp?locid=33


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  • Plenty to do in Paris!

    Join in the Fun & History of Paris!  


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  • Trendsetter in Tourism Award

    Trendsetter in tourism:

    Paris was awarded the Trendsetter Award in Tourism for communities of 5,000 people or less by the Arkansas Municipal League at its winter convention held in Fort Smith last week. There to accept the award was Tonya Baumgartner, Paris City Clerk Mary Syllivan, and Planning and Zoning Commission member Jewell White.