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by Tyler Knapp - March 29, 2019
Updates to the Wet/Dry Status of Arkansas Counties map include changes from recent elections and new map features.
State law in Arkansas allows local governments to pass laws governing the sale of
alcohol in their area. The result is a patchwork of areas that allow, limit or prohibit
the sale of alcohol.
In addition to these changes, the updated map includes new features.
1. The first shows which political divisions (towns, cities, incorporated places,
townships, voting districts and judicial districts) of Arkansas' 27 damp counties
prohibit the sale of alcohol or limit sales to specific types of alcohol.
2. The second update shows which municipalities have approved the sale of alcohol
on Sundays. Of more than 300 municipal governments in the state, only 12 have approved Sunday
There are several areas of Arkansas that were once bordered by now defunct political
divisions. For example, Precinct 614 (north of Jacksonville in Pulaski County) is
no longer a recognized voting district, but restrictions on alcohol sales in the area
remain in force. The status of each of these areas as "defunct" is included in the
Please be aware, however, that the boundaries of these areas are approximations. Due
to limited availability of data, they were drawn using historical descriptions and
maps as reference. Each of the sources used for drawing these areas can be found in
the details pane of the map application.
If you would like to view the data used to create this map download it here.