While Little Rock is the region’s anchor and the largest in population, it’s one of nine different cities in the metro that offers its residents affordable housing, excellent career opportunities, quality health care and education, convenience, beauty and more.
With its proactive leadership, dynamic economy and continual investment, life’s always getting better in Metro Little Rock. Check out these recent developments and how they’re making the region an even better place to call home.
The 12-county Metro Little Rock region has a population of more than 1,000,000 and is home to Fortune 500 companies such as Dillard’s, Windstream, HP and Caterpillar, as well as some of the nation’s largest nonprofits. We’re centrally and strategically located with proximity to Interstates 40 and 30 and other transportation infrastructure such as Arkansas River ports and rail lines.
From elementary to college, students in central Arkansas have a variety of choices for their education. Private and parochial schools are abundant, and three public school districts in the Little Rock area offer a rigorous curriculum.