Welcome to the Crossroads of NEA!
Welcome to the City of Hoxie, the crossroads of Northeast Arkansas. We are a hometown community where our people are friendly neighbors and all work together to make our community a great place to live, work, raise a family and establish commercial business.
Hoxie is located at the junction of U.S. Highways 63 and 67, as well as at the junction of the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroads. State of Arkansas highways 34, 91 and U.S. Highway 412 all connect traffic to this central location.
A best-in-class school system and two universities nearby makes us an excellent consideration for residential and commercial development to meet the growing need for housing and expanding labor force in the region.
Hoxie is located just minutes from the Black and Spring Rivers near the boundary where the Delta ends and the rolling Ozark Foothills begins. This is home of great wildlife hunting, fishing and a center of agriculture and farming.
The Commerce Street Development at the intersection of U.S. Highways 63 and 67 will become the newest crossroads development for both residential and commercial development in the region.
Thank you for visiting our web site and come visit, settle and invest here.
Mayor Lanny Tinker
If you are not registered to vote in the General Election on November 6th, you have until October 8th to get registered. If you live in another county and are registered and you move to Lawrence County, you have until November 2nd to get registered to vote in the November 6th election. Don't forget to exercise Your right to vote. Early voting will start October 22nd and go through November 5th at the County Clerk's Office in Room 2 of the Courthouse.
If you reside in the city limits of Hoxie and are registered to vote but you wait until Election Day on November 6th, you will go to the Hoxie Service Center to vote.
The Hoxie Dickens in the Park committee is asking for donations to begin replacement of Christmas decorations used in decorating the city during the holidays. Most of the pole decorations are over 40 years old and are beyond refurbishing. The new decorations are LED snowflakes and cost is approximately $500.00 each. If you would like to make a contribution in honor or memory of a loved one, or if churches, businesses or organizations would like to sponsor one, please inquire at the Hoxie City Hall or call 870-886-2742.