Welcome to Little Italy, Arkansas.
Generations of Arkansans have called Little Italy home. Settled in 1915 by Italian immigrants, the community today still contains descendants of the first people to this area as well as newer families who enjoy the beauty of nature and wide open spaces of this well-loved historic land.
87th Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Bazaar.
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church is hosting its annual Spaghetti and Italian Sausage Dinner and Bazaar on Sunday, October 5th; serving from 11:00 AM - 3:30 PM; Mass 10:00 AM. Visit this link for more information.
LITTLE ITALY IS INCORPORATING INTO A TOWN
Little Italy will celebrate its 100th year in 2015 as a community. Let's make the community official and preserve our heritage by becoming a town recognized by the state to mark the occasion. This is a grassroots effort 2+ years in the making.
- Arkansas Business
- Arkansas Times
- Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
- Baxter Bulletin
- The Republic: Columbus, Indiana
- Arkansas Catholic
Incorporation process has 2 Kickers:
Must not be within 5 miles of another incorporated town or if so, the town seeking incorporation must receive a 5 mile resolution from the town(s). This has already been accomplished by receiving the resolutions from the cities of Bigelow and Fourche.
A signed petition must be made by at least 200 qualified voters (electors) living in the area. This is yet to be gathered.
If you'd like to sign the petition and you aren't yet a voter, download theVoter Registration Form and follow it's instructions. You can call the Secretary of State Elections Divisions at 501-682-3419 for more information or visit www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections.
If you'd like to sign the petition and you are a voter living in the proposed boundary, contact: Little Italy Arkansas by email or 501-603-0128.