Drew County

Drew County was formed in 1846 and named for Thomas S. Drew, who served as governor of Arkansas from November 1844 to 1849. Monticello is the county seat. The landscape of Drew County is rich, flat, delta farmland in the eastern half and rolling hills in the western half. Many of the settlers came from Virginia. The name Monticello was adopted for the county seat, and the first term of court was held in October 1850. Spanish, French, U.S., Confederate and Arkansas flags have flown over the territory in Drew County. A lot of history is preserved in the county. The Historical Museum, a 14-room mansion is maintained by the county historical society. Sixty of its buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places. The economic base for the county is the timber industry, manufacturing of boats, carpets, furniture, and by other service industries. A branch of the University of Arkansas is located in Monticello. Bayou Bartholomew, the longest bayou in the world, runs the length of the eastern side of the county. Hunting and fishing in the area offer several recreational activities.

210 S. Main St.
Monticello 71655

(870) 460-6200

County Judge
Robert Akin
Phone: (870) 460-6200
Fax: (870) 367-7046

County Clerk
Lyna Gulledge
Phone: (870) 460-6260
Fax: (870) 460-6246

County Circuit Clerk
Beverly Burks
Phone: (870) 460-6250
Fax: (870) 460-6255

County Sheriff
Mark Gober
Phone: (870) 367-6211
Fax: (870) 406-6217

County Treasurer
Charles Searcy
Phone: (870) 460-6225
Fax: (870) 460-0763

County Collector
Tonya Loveless
Phone: (870) 460-6220
Fax: (870) 460-6222

County Assessor
Cheri Adock
Phone: (870) 460-6240
Fax: (870) 460-6246

County Coroner
Charles Dearman, Jr.
Phone: (870) 367-2451
Fax: (870) 367-5840

Justices of the Peace
Orlando Jones, Steven Morrison, Roger Dale Harris, Carole Bulloch, Tommy Gray, Chris Barnett, Patty Mitchell, Frank Appleberry, Rene Knowles

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