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El Dorado and Union County have evolved from an oil town into an area rich in southern charm and history. Explore our website to learn more about what makes us unique.

Living in El Dorado means knowing your neighbors' names and faces. It means your children will go to college, thanks to the El Dorado Promise. And it means you'll be part of a community that is continually working to create an even better place to live.

From healthcare to energy to education to professional services, El Dorado and Union County offer an opportunity to everyone.

Whether you're looking for something good to eat or something fun to do, El Dorado has it all. From our nationally-recognized Downtown to the variety of family and cultural activities, you don't have to look hard to find something entertaining.

There is always something to do in El Dorado and Union County. Check out our Community Calendar and start planning your week!

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El Dorado Works views Memorial Stadium proposal
Thursday, June 23, 2016

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First Financial Bank announces downtown renovation
Thursday, June 23, 2016

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The El Dorado Promise
Is a unique scholarship program that provides graduates of El Dorado High School a tuition scholarship that can be used at any accredited Arkansas public university or community college or any accredited private or out-of-state university. 

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Insider's Guide

Spring 2016

Get an Insider's look at all the spring happenings in El Dorado, from outdoor festivals to the performing arts, in our latest issue. Special features focus on the art of customer service and the culture of great wine.

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June 16-18

This family festival features free concerts every night. Attendees can enjoy horseshoe pitching, arm wrestling, turtle race, bingo, Bunco, dog shows, rod wrenching, a drill bit toss, pipe tote, rib cook-off, 5K Oil Run and the world famous yellow duck race down No Name Creek. The festival is on the third weekend of June each year at Broadway and 10th Street in Smackover, Arkansas.

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