Bentonville is a city in Arkansas, the United States. Located in the northwestern part of the state, it is the district office of Benton County. The name of the city comes from the Missouri senator Thomas Hart Benton. A 2007 survey found that the population was 33,744, the 11th largest after Hot Springs in the state, and a part of the Feyetville-Springdale-Rogers metropolitan area.
City of Bentonville
the position of Bentonville in a state
|Coordinates: 36 degrees 22 minutes 0 seconds north latitude 94 degrees 12 minutes 48 seconds west longitude / 36.36667 degrees north latitude 94.21333 degrees west longitude / 36.36667 degrees west longitude -94.21333|
|City||55.o km2 (21.2 mi2)|
|land||55.0 km 2 (21.2 mi2)|
|water surface||0 km2 (0 mi2)|
|water area ratio||0%|
|Elevation||395 m (1,296 ft)|
|population||(as of 2007)|
|population density||358.7 people/km2 (930.7 people/mi2)|
|equal time||Central Standard Time (UTC-6)|
|daylight saving time||Central Daylight Time (UTC-5)|
|ZIP CODE||72712, 72716|
|* Height of the city hall|
|Official website: City of Bentonville website|
It is also famous for having the head office of Wal-Mart, a supermarket chain that boasts the largest sales in the world.
Bentonville is 36 degrees 22 minutes 0 seconds north latitude and 94 degrees 12 minutes 48 seconds west longitude and 36.36667 degrees north latitude and 94.21333 degrees west longitude/ 36.36667 degrees west longitude; -94.21333. According to the United States Census Bureau, the area of Bentonville is 55.1km² (approximately equivalent to Adachi Ward, Tokyo), of which the water area is 0.1km² (0.09% of the total area).
According to 2000 statistics, 19,730 people, 7,458 families and 5,265 families live in Bentonville with a population density of 358.7 per 1km² and 144.0 per 1km². The town has grown rapidly since the 1990s, and its population was around 11,200 in 1990, but it is estimated to be more than 50,000 by 2030. According to 2005 statistics, 86.8% of the population are Caucasian (non-Hispanic), 1.8% Black, 1.33% Native American, 4.0% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islands, 2.68% Other races, and 1.76% Mixed Blood. 8.5% of the population is Hispanic or Latino. In the Hispanic region, there are many immigrants from the Central American region, including Mexico, El Salvador and Honduras.
40.1% of the 7,458 households have children under 18, and 55.6% of them both live together. At 11.9%, a woman without a husband is the householder, and at 29.4%, the household is not organized into a household. In addition, 24.4% of the households live alone, while 6.7% of the elderly aged over 65 live alone. The average number of households has 2.59, and the average number of households has 3.11.
Because of the low housing prices, low crime rates and conservative spirit, Benton Building is popular among elderly families and families with small children. It is said that Benton County has the largest Republican in Arkansas (Republicans are popular among the conservative groups in the United States).
Of the total population, 29.5% are under 18, 9.8% are between 18 and 24, 34.2% are between 25 and 44, 17.9% are between 45 and 64, and 8.5% are over 65, and the median age is 31. There are 93.6 men for 100 women, and 91.3 men for 100 women aged 18 or older.
The average annual income per household is $39,936, and the average annual income per family is $46,558. The average annual income of men is about $7,000, versus $31,816, and the average annual income of women is about $23,761. The per capita income is 20,831 dollars. 10.3% of the population live below the poverty line, 13.7% of whom are children under 18 and 10.9% are elderly people aged 65 or over.
Main residents (including the deceased)
- Sam Walton (founder of Walmart, the U.S. retail business)
- James Henderson Berry, former Governor of Arkansas
- Dan Folger (singer)
- Willis Ricketts (former Arkansas Governor)
- Kari Turner (TV actress)
- Rob Walton (the eldest son of Sam Walton, a global wealthy person)
- Jim Walton (the third son of Sam Walton, a world-class wealthy person)
- ^ Mayor's Office website Archived May 30, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
- ^ "Profile for Bentonville, Arkansas". ePodunk. May 20, 2010:
- ^ "Annual Estimates of the Population for All Incorporated Places in Arkansas (CSV)". 2005 Population Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. Read on November 16, 2006.
- ^ Archived Copies. Archived from original as of April 3, 2007. Viewed on December 7, 2009.
- City of Bentonville website