David Reagan, Justice of the Peace
- Attended Fayetteville Public Schools and University of Arkansas at Fayetteville
- Earned Bachelor of Arts in Humanities in 1978
- K-12 and Higher Ed instructor for 29 years prior to retirement
- Co-founder, past president, board member, Park Ave. Community Association (PACA)
Organized in 1987, PACA has campaigned to eliminate blight and support community development in a formerly blighted area. PACA’s ultimate goal is a safe neighborhood for pedestrians, bicyclists and residents where shopping and economic redevelopment can be accessed by walking or cycling.
Dave’s personal goals as Garland County Justice of the Peace, Dist. #1:
- Build a pedestrian and bicycle friendly sector where residents and tourists can enjoy our great natural resources to achieve personal health and fitness goals
- Collaborate with all who are inspired to improve Garland County, Historic District #1 and Hot Springs
- Preserve the historic buildings that attract millions of tourists each year
- Protect the purity of local thermal and cold springs for future generations
- Work with partners to revitalizing our historic downtown
About District 1
Historic District 1 is home to Hot Springs National Park, a majority of thermal and cold Springs along with the aquifers that recharge them. It has been a health and relaxation resource to people for thousands of years. In modern times, the bathhouse became an architectural attraction to be preserved by the National Park Service. District 1 extends from the north edge of the Belvedere, south to Bellaire Drive off Malvern and east of Magic Springs, west to the center of Cedar Glades Park off Wildcat Road.