Design Guidelines

 

Download Chaffee Crossing Developer Application

 

Download Chaffee Crossing Design Guidelines

 

Download Chaffee Crossing Variance Request Form

 

City of Barling

City of Barling Zoning Map

City of Barling Zoning Ordinance

 

NOTE:  The Development Application, Checklist, Variance Request, and Plans must be submitted in electronic form two weeks prior to the scheduled DRC meeting date.

Contact Lorie Robertson for detailed instructions and assistance, (479) 452-4554

 


 
Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority Design Review Committee (DRC):

 

Brenda Andrews - Chairwoman, City of Fort Smith Planning and Zoning Department

Steve Core - City of Barling, City Administrator
Ragon Clements - Ronald Ragon Realty, Owner

David Hudson - Sebastian County Judge

Scott Archer - HSA Engineering, Principal

Daniel Mann - FCRA Executive Director & CEO

 

Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority Real Estate Review Committee (RERC):

 

Paul McCollom - Chairman, FCRA Board Member

John Ciesla - FCRA Board Member

Janie Glover - FCRA Board Member
Don Keesee - FCRA Board Member
Chuck Peacock - FCRA Board Member

 

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Recent News


Apr 11, 2021

Construction cost increases for new homes, coupled with an influx of out-of-state buyers have added to the effects of the COVID pandemic to create even more demand for most homes in Fort Smith.


Apr 1, 2021

Chaffee Crossing is enjoying continued momentum with investors considering properties across the 7,000-acre development for a variety of uses, particularly in the Chaffee Crossing Historic District. This month our newsletter features property sales, growing educational opportunities, new neighborhoods, and the return of fun-filled events.


Mar 19, 2021

The inaugural class of Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (ARCOM) at Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) had their white coat ceremony Sept. 16, 2017. At 11 a.m. Friday (March 19), a celebrated Match Day was held in which students opened their envelopes to see where they would continue their education through a residency program.


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