Tired of the crush and grind of the Big City? Want to get out of the traffic and into the country? But afraid you’ll miss out on the cultural life of the Big City? Tontitown has a low population density, but is rich in events. We’ve got the Grape Festival, one of the country’s oldest community festivals; we’ve got the Tontitown Historical Museum, an educational experience for young and old alike. And there’s more! With the Walton Arts Center and the Jones Family Center in the nearby cities of Fayetteville and Springdale, there’s always something to do in and around Tontitown.
The Planning Board will be voting on the updated Future Land Use Plan and Master Transportation Plan on October 23, 2018 at 6:00 in the Council Chambers at City Hall. If they vote to pass it to the City Council, the Council meeting will be November 6, 2018 at 6:00 in the Council Chambers at City Hall. Thank you for your input!! Please feel free to attend these meetings and give any feedback you may have.
The City of Tontitown’s Farmers Market will be at the Harry Sbanotto Park in Tontitown again this year! Beginning May 3rd, vendors can come and sell their locally grown produce/products every Thursday from 7:00 am until 1:00 pm. The city will charge NO FEES again this year! All produce grown or products manufactured must be sourced from Washington, Benton or Madison counties to keep it “local”.
Every August since 1899, the Tontitown Grape Festival, sponsored by St. Joseph's Church, has been the scene of fun for folks of all ages. One of the biggest festivals in Northwest Arkansas, the Grape Festival draws people from all over the United States and beyond.