Fulton County

Fulton County was formed December 21, 1842, from territory taken from Izard County and is named for William S. Fulton, the last governor of Arkansas Territory. The county seat is Salem. Landscape of Fulton County is rugged and mountainous. The well-known Mammoth Spring, one of the largest single-outlet springs in North America, is in the county. Many recreational activities can be found around this area. Lake Norfork and Horseshoe Bend provide water sports. Nearly half of the land area of the county is in pastureland. Beef cattle, poultry farming, and feed production are leading agricultural activities. The Fulton County courthouse, built in 1890, was restored in 1973 and has become a landmark. The Saturday night hoedown in Fulton County has been kept alive and is a favorite of residents and tourists alike. In May of each year, Fulton County stages an Old Timer Sailor and Marine reunion, which unites people from all over the country. Several other music festivals also are held in May.

123 S. Main
Salem 72576

(870) 895-3341

County Judge
Darrell Zimmer
Phone: (870) 895-3341
Fax: (870) 895-3362

County Clerk/Circuit Clerk
Vickie Bishop
Phone: (870) 895-3310
Fax: (870) 895-3383

County Sheriff
Albert Roork
Phone: (870) 895-2601
Fax: (870) 895-4114

County Treasurer
Seth Jones
Phone: (870) 895-3522
Fax: (870) 895-3362

County Collector
Michalle Watkins
Phone: (870) 895-2457
Fax: (870) 895-5067

County Assessor
Brad Schaufler
Phone: (870) 895-3592
Fax: (870) 895-3362

County Coroner
Steve Barker
Phone: (870) 895-3990
Fax: (870) 895-3992

Justices of the Peace
Cris Newberry, Lynn Guffey, Burton Yarnell, Seth Martin, Johnny Moody, Marjorie Rogers, Tesa Bishop Nelson, Jack Haney, Jimmy Marler

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