COVID-19 UPDATE:  The FCRA/Chaffee Crossing office is open to visitors by appointment only. Staff and visitors are required to wear masks and follow safe social distancing protocols. Lease tenants are asked to mail checks or drop them in our mailbox at 7020 Taylor Ave. Public meetings will be held in the Chaffee Crossing Media Center, 7801 Ellis St., Fort Smith, until further notice. Please call 479.452.4554 or email jill@chaffeecrossing.com to schedule an appointment or for assistance.  

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Chaffee Crossing is the economic development engine of western Arkansas located at the center point of national business.

 

Over $1.751 BILLION in capital investments have resulted in 17 corporate and regional headquarters, more than 3,250 jobs and 1,050 students by 202429 residential developments, and a variety of amenities resulting in an exciting, vibrant mixed-use community. People and businesses are drawn to the Chaffee Crossing lifestyle because this is Arkansas’ premier community where Smart Growth planning is key.

 

Chaffee Crossing is a COMMUNITY ON THE RISE! 

 

Recent News


Jan 13, 2021

 
FCRA Office Closed - New Year's Eve and New Year's Day
Tuesday, December 31, 2019 & Wednesday, January 1, 2020

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE FCRA STAFF!
 

Western AR Runners - Frozen Bun 10K - New Year's Day
Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Noon, WAR Bldg, Ellis St., Chaffee Crossing Historic District

 

FCRA Board of Trustees Meeting
Thursday, January 23, 2020

3:30 p.m.

Media Center

7801 Ellis St., Fort Smith

 

Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center Event Schedule
Click here for the Nature Center's event schedule.  


Nov 23, 2020

With hearts full of thanks, we share the latest from Chaffee Crossing. The November 2020 newsletter is full of stories about people and their accomplishments. We hope you enjoy the articles and recognize we are thankful for each and every person behind them. 

 


Nov 5, 2020

Building activity in the Fort Smith region declined in October, but the industry is still on pace for annual growth. For the first 10 months of the year, permitted building in the region is up 34.7% from the same period in 2019.

 


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