Gurdon City Hall

Gurdon City Hall in Gurdon, AR
P.O. BOX 246, Gurdon, AR 71743
(870) 353-2514

Contacts

Street address:
P.O. BOX 246

City / suburb:
Gurdon

County:
Clark

State:
Arkansas

ZIP code:
71743-0246

Phone:
(870) 353-2514

Contact name:
Clayton Franklin

Contact title:
Mayor

GPS Longitude:
-93.1540591

GPS Latitude:
33.9209365

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General information

Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 9111
Estimated number of employees: 45
City / suburb: Gurdon, AR
County: Clark
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According to our records, this business is located at P.O. BOX 246 in Gurdon (in Clark County), Arkansas 71743, the location GPS coordinates are: 33.9209365 (latitude), -93.1540591 (longitude). Gurdon City Hall is categorized under Executive Offices, Local Government (SIC code 9111). Known organization mayor is Clayton Franklin. The company employs approximately 45 people. You can contact the company by phone at (870) 353-2514.
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