Visitor & Relocation Information
Looking to re-locate or maybe just stop by for a visit? Mena is both a great vacation destination and a great place to live. Enjoying our great outdoors, shopping, and food … not to mention hospitality is what keeps people coming back! Mena is, by far, not your typical small town USA… we’re more!
Download the Brochure Here: 2015 Mena Tourism Brochure
So let us share with you just a few reasons about why we’re also a great place to live! To put it simply, life in Mena is good! It’s a safe community with a number of amenities, entertainment venues, and great schools. Mena is also a great place to retire. There’s a number of civic/community organizations to volunteer with, a community college that offers classes specifically for 60+, a superb medical community, assisted living, and long-term care facilities. Our Polk County Senior Center is very popular among seniors. Plan a vacation here and learn more about our fabulous retirement opportunities!
Rich Mountain Community College Founded in 1983, Rich Mountain Community College is a comprehensive, learning-centered community college of approximately 1000 students providing a broad range of programs, services, and learning opportunities to its students and citizens in its service area. Those programs and opportunities include: transfer and technical degrees and courses; professional, workforce, and personal development; Adult Basic Education; English as a Second Language; GED; student support and outreach programs; and financial aid including grants and scholarships (federal, state, and local). In addition to the main campus in Mena, RMCC maintains a permanent off-campus site in Waldron, approximately 30 miles north of Mena. For more information: contact 479.394.RMCC (7622) Location: 1100 College Drive (Hwy 71 to Morrow Street, turn right onto College Drive – across from Mena Regional Health System)
Mena Regional Health System
Mena Regional Health System is a 65-bed community hospital providing care to the communities of Mena, Polk County, and the surrounding counties in Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma. The Hospital offers a diverse compliment of inpatient, outpatient, and home health services to the community. Hospital inpatient services include acute care medical/surgical services, a 6-bed ICU, labor and delivery services, a 12-bed geriatric psychiatry unit (Mena Medical Senior Behavioral Health Center), and a 12 bed acute care physical rehabilitation unit (Mena Medical Rehabilitation Center). The Medical Staff consists of 24 physicians, including specialists in OB/GYN, Cardiology, Orthopedic Surgery, Neurology, Psychiatry, General Surgery, Urology, Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Family Practice, and Physiatry. For more information, please visit www.menaregional.com. Mena Regional Health System, 311 North Morrow Street, Mena, Arkansas 71953. 479-394-6100
Mena VA Clinic
The Mena VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic provides primary care to Mena and the surrounding communities. Services beyond primary care include x-ray, lab and social work. Located at Hwy 71 North and open Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm. Call 479-394-4800 for more information.