While Jacksonville, Arkansas is a part of the Little Rock-Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area, the city itself is relatively less populated than other nearby cities. According to the 2010 Census, around 28,364 people make their homes in Jacksonville. The Jacksonville population has been in slight decline since its peak in 2000, but could trend upwards if job creation in nearby Little Rock continues. The city is within Pulaski County, one of the only counties in the state that is not officially classified as a dry county. However, Jacksonville prevents the sale of beer and liquor within stores while allowing alcohol sales in a select number of restaurants that have obtained a special permit to do so.
Jacksonville is primarily accessible by Highway 167, which runs from Little Rock and continues North through the city. In addition to being directly connected to the east-west running Interstate 40, Highway 167 also splits to connect with I-40 via Highway 440. Jacksonville’s central location within the state of Arkansas means that auto shippers typically have few problems accessing the area beyond normal traffic delays from Little Rock. Winters tend to be relatively mild in central Arkansas, while summers can be hot, wet, and humid.
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