The Term of Board Member John Combs wiull expire Sept. 28, 2015. The law requires that the Board submit nominations of three names to the Garland County Judge at least 60 days prior to the expiration of a Board Member's term for his consideration and appointment. John as expressed an interest in continuing to serve in this position. However, if anyone is interested in having their name submitted for consideration for this position, please submit your name and a brief resume to Jack Plumlee at 440 Catherine Park Road, Suite C, Hot Springs, AR 71913 - prior to July 15, 2015.
Effective Saturday, June 27th The pool will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for family swim every weekend. Adult swim from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon will continue Tuesdays thru Fridays
The Board of Directors at the June 11th Executive Session Named Mr. John Coleman and Mr. Chris Wasson as our two new Board Members. Congratulataions Mr. Coleman & Mr. Wasson
MONDAY, MARCH 1ST THE NEW GATE HOURS ARE: GATE OPEN 6:00 A.M. GATE CLOSED 8:00 P.M.
The Lions Club is offering a $2,000 College Scholarship. All Diamondhead graduating seniors who are interested in applying for the scholarship, please contact Joe Claflin at 501-304-2017, and Joe will send out an application.
POA Office 245 Independence Drive Hot Springs, AR 71913
Wednesday Hump Day Special TACO BAR Every Wednesday 3 for $5:00 Soft or Hard Shell
"We retired 17 years ago – been in Diamondhead 15 years- and probably a couple of times a year we ask ourselves “Is there any place we’d rather be?”- and the answer is still no. We love to go to Destin, FL, Gulf Shores, AL, spend time in New Hampshire- but it’s always back here. I think one of the main draws for us is that we love the moderate 4 season’s climate. I don’t want to live in constant heat or cold all year round. We love the lakes here- the fishing part of it- Hot Springs has major fishing tournaments in just the last few weeks, Lake Ouachita, Lake Hamilton, Lake Catherine- it’s just a big attraction. We also own an RV and do a fair amount of traveling to see our kids and the centralized location here is a big part of it too… You can get to a lot of places without having to drive for days and days. We just love the area, love the climate, would never leave…
- M. Houston
"The young families here really have an advantage because we’re such a small community- only 1500-1700 population- and we all know each other’s children. They can walk back and forth to the playground, nature trails, swimming pools, basketball courts, tennis courts, etc. We have an excellent police force- our police force has cameras up high and down low- we know who’s coming and going at all times- and I just wanted to add that part b/c I think that’s important.