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Economic Development Amenities


Municipal Services

Local Government  

Mayor/City Council

Municipal Zoning  

Yes

Comprehensive Plan  

Yes

County Zoning  

No

Subdivision Ordinance  
w/ Design Standards  

Yes

 

 

Public Library  

Yes

Emergency 911 System  

Yes

Rescue Squad  

Avail

Fire Insurance Class     7 in city     

 

Full Time

Part Time

Volunteer

Fire Department  

1

0

19

Police Department  

6

4

0

Commercial Services

 

 

 

 

General Waste Disposal

Yes

Radio Stations

2

 

Special Waste Disposal

Yes

TV Channels

4

 

 

 

Newspapers

2 Daily

1Weekly

Banks  

2

Assets $  

175,456,730

 

 

 

 

Additional Economic Amenities

 

Hoxie's Job Stimulus Re-Use Fund continues to be available to offer low-interest loans for qualified applicants. The Hoxie fund and its volunteer committee of overseers has a history of success, since its inception.

 

 During the mid 1980's Hoxie was provided an opportunity to begin economic development in the blighted downtown area. Through a $475,000 supplementary grant and private financing, the Hoxie Plaza and FCA trucking (then Charles Martin Garage) was constructed.

 

The City of Hoxie utilized those grants provided by the then Arkansas Industrial Development Commission (ADIC) Now ADED as loans to private businesses at favorable interest rates to be repaid over the following 15 years.

 

To continue the economic development process a fund called the "Job Stimulus Re-Use Fund" was established with a defined set of objectives and guidelines. To further insure the business -like operation of this fund, the loan approval and recommendation process is handled by local business people working as volunteers appointed by the mayor and city council.

 

The loan fund value has reached nearly $1,000,000 and continues be utilized at sub-prime rates to assist qualified new businesses or businesses wanting to expand within the Hoxie area. Job creation is the primary objective of the fund use while attempting to increase the tax base for the city. Since new business longevity is a prime consideration, real property has and is utilized for collateral.

(Contact Mayors Office for Application)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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