1109 S. 16th St. Fort Smith, AR 72901
Phone: 479.785.2651
Fax: 479.785.1964

911 Addressing & Mapping

Emergency 911 services in the unincorporated areas (and most incorporated areas) of Crawford, Scott and Sebastian counties are handled by WAPDD. We make sure that 911 response is efficient and responsive to the needs of those seeking assistance.

It’s especially important for anyone developing property for a home or a business in these areas to ensure their new address is officially recognized by the Emergency 911 system. click here to start the process of new address assignment. (Please note that this form will not work in a Google Chrome browser.)

Together we can continue to ensure that residents of Crawford, Scott and Sebastian counties are safe and able to call on the help they need.

Crawford County
City of Alma
Town of Cedarville
Town of Chester
City of Dyer
City of Mulberry
City of Mountainburg
Town of Rudy
City of Van Buren

Scott County
City of Waldron

Sebastian County
City of Barling
City of Bonanza
Town of Central City
City of Greenwood
City of Hackett
City of Hartford
City of Huntington
City of Lavaca
City of Mansfield
City of Midland

Did You Know?

If you are requesting an addresss in Crawford County or Sebastian County on a County Maintained Road, you must first obtain a "Driveway Permit" from the Road Department.

A non-county maintained road must have 3 or more addressable structures on the road before it can be given a road name.

Your 911 address number must be posted on your house/business unless it is not visible from the road, then it must be posted at your driveway.

Area Cities and Towns not addressed out of this office:

Crawford County
City of Kibler
Mayor O'Kelly
(479) 632-3177

Sebastian County
City of Fort Smith
Melinda Lowrey
(479) 784-2397

Smart 911

Arkansas will be the first state in the nation to implement a statewide supplemental 9-1-1 database. Supplemental databases provide citizens with the ability to enter information online that is immediately displayed to 911 call takers and dispatchers when a call is made from a registered phone. These services are free to citizens.

To submit your information to the statewide database go to www.smart911.com. The additional information that you provide has proven to be lifesaving in areas around the country where Smart911 has been deployed.