White Hall is a mid-size town in Arkansas, boasting a great school district, superb public safety, and an overall Quality of Life. Here are a few quick facts about our community:
Incorporated in 1964
Population: 5,416 (according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 estimate)
Land area: 6.98 square miles
Ranked 6th best city in Arkansas to raise a family by nerdwallet.com in 2013
A Safe Choice Security study lists White Hall ranking 4th in the state in the top 10 safest places to live in Arkansas. http://www.safechoicesecurity.com/blog/safest-cities-arkansas/
According to SafeWise.com, White Hall was voted as one of the top safest cities in Arkansas, coming in at number 11. http://www.safewise.com/blog/30-safest-cities-Arkansas/
2014 Cities of Distinction Award in the category of Tourism Development in the population category of 5,000-20,000.
Ranks 2nd in Arkansas in Median Household Income among cities with a population of 5,000 or higher (according to the U.S. Census Bureau) Note: Many cities claim to have high incomes by using their metropolitan area. White Hall bases its numbers on residents who live within the corporate city limits, not the surrounding area with the same ZIP code.
Received the name White Hall from the first building built in the community, a whitewashed wooden church
Dollarway Road, White Hall’s main thoroughfare, was the first paved road in Arkansas and the longest paved road in the United States at the time of its completion in 1913
City bird is the Eastern Bluebird
Home of the Arkansas 2012 5A Baseball Champions, 2012 5A Softball champions, and the 2013 5A Softball Champions