Welcome to Bradley County. Arkansas Our Community!!!
Looking for quality of life, a business climate that fosters growth and neighbors you can call friends?
Look no further than Bradley County, just a two hour drive south from Little Rock. Warren, Hermitage and Banks are the incorporated communities within Bradley County.
Low business cost, convenient industrial sites, multimodal transporation access, excellent workforce avaliability and relations, progressive leadership, quality education opportunities and an outstanding quality of life create an ideal climate for success.
Community commitment to economic development is evident with a one-cent city wide sales tax passed in 1994 in the city of Warren with 78% support. Half of the revenue is dedicated to economic development.
Bradley County is famous for its tall pines and pink tomatoes. The Bradley County Pink is the world's best-tasting tomato. Schedule your visit during the summer harvest - and the Pink Tomato Festival at Warren in June - and you're in for delicious good times. A trip to Warren also puts you in the midst of Arkansas' great outdoors: tall pines, bottomland hardwoods, cypress sloughs- we've got it all. And that includes terrific hunting and fishing opportunities as well
Warren is centrally located for business growth and transportation of goods to South-Central markets including Little Rock, Dallas, Shreveport, Monroe, Memphis, Jackson, St. Louis, Kansas City, Tulsa and other metropolitan areas. U. S. Highway 278 and U. S. Highway 63, Arkansas state Highways 8 and 189 intersect at Warren. The I-530 Corridor and the proposed I-69 Highway run a few miles from Warren City limits. Interstate 69 is currently in the mapping and surveying stage of construction and will serve Warren, Arkansas in the near future. Interstate 530 has been approved for extension from Pine Bluff through Wilmar, Arkansas, just 6 miles east of Warren. When completed, this will give Warren and Bradley County immediate interstate access to all points north, south, east and west, and put Warren, Arkansas at an important interstate crossroads.