The infrastructure supporting Clarksville and Johnson County work to the advantage of businesses operating in the region.

Need a gig or two of internet service? Clarksville owns 16 miles, (288 strands), of looped fiber optic situated around and in the city. Currently government, education and the utilities are connected to the city owned-fiber network. Downtown Clarksville has free wi-fi service. Learn more about the Clarksville owned fiber optic system here.

Interstate 40 is one of the nation’s busiest west to east routes. Clarksville has three exits on/off the interstate. Highway 64 connects Fort Smith (the Oklahoma/Arkansas border) to Memphis, and is one of the nation’s longest highways connecting the west coast to the east coast. Highway 64 parallels Interstate 40 and provides an alternative route if the Interstate has construction or other delays.

The energy, water, and wastewater services in city limits are provided by Clarksville Connected Utilities, a municipal owned utility provider.

Type of Rail Use Provider



Amtrak Station in Little Rock

Union Pacific & BNSF

Airports Airlines
Clarksville Municipal  Private aircraft, 4,508 feet runway
Fort Smith Delta, American
Little Rock Delta, American, Southwest, United Allegiant, Glo
Northwest Arkansas Bentonville American, Allegiant, Delta, United

Service Provider Contact
Water, Wastewater, Electricity in city limits Clarksville Light& Water Company
Electricity outside city limits Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative
Natural Gas Black Hills Energy
Water outside of city limits Ludwig Water Assn.

City Mileage from Clarksville
Fort Smith 58.9 miles
Little Rock 102
Bentonville 116.5
Memphis 230
Kansas City 327.7
Dallas 335
Atlanta 611

Clarksville Light & Water Company provides the juice to the core of Clarksville.
For information about service and rates connect to or call 479.754.3148.