Springdale Technology Park is the next evolution in the region's ongoing effort to anticipate the demands of the coming decade's economic expansion in technology. The Park is the ideal solution for knowledge-based industry in search of the perfect venue for affordable and sustainable growth.

A 34-acre development on Springdale's east side, the Springdale Technology Park is the region's premier site for successful knowledge-based companies in search of the perfect combination of affordability, ease of development, ready availability of all utilities, and central location in the northwest metro area.

Home to NanoMech, the state's first nanomanufacturer, the Springdale Technology Park offers tremendous synergy for knowledge-based firms. Whitbeck Labs is the newest Park tenant while the Tyson Foods Incubation Technology Center is under construction. No where else in Northwest Arkansas can land devoted to the development of knowledge-based business be found as affordable. Owned by the Springdale Public Facilities Board, the Springdale Technology Park is uniquely positioned to meet the development needs of established technology-based, knowledge-driven companies.

To learn more about the Springdale Technology Park, contact the economic development professionals of the Springdale Chamber of Commerce.

Amenities and Covenants

The Springdale Technology Park is served by all utilities, including AT&T and Cox Communications fiber optics. With convenient four-lane access west to Interstate 540, the Park, located at the southwest corner of the Huntsville Avenue/Monitor Road intersection, is minutes away from Downtown Springdale, the Springdale Municipal Airport, Interstate 540, U.S. Highway 412 and Arkansas Highway 265.

The Park has I-3 Planned Industrial District Zoning. Established to provide for modern, efficient and well-designed industrial facilities in a park-like setting, high development standards are a key feature.

It is the Public Facilities Board's goal to place in the Springdale Technology Park companies utilizing technology that earns revenue in the marketplace through the intellectual activities of its employees, who have some form of specialized training and are paid at a relatively high wage when compared to the community.

Springdale Technology Park Guidelines


An attractive menu of incentives is available through the Arkansas Economic Development Commission for qualifying businesses interested in relocating to the Springdale Technology Park.

Significant incentives are available for firms involved with research and development as well as for start-up companies in emerging sectors (advanced materials and manufacturing systems, agriculture, food and environmental sciences, biotechnology, bioengineering and life sciences, information technology, transportation logistics and bio-based products). The following incentives are managed by the Arkansas Economic Development Commission.

Investment and Job Creation Incentives

  • Tax Back (Sales and Use Tax Refund) 
  •  InvestArk (Sales and Use Tax Credit) 
  •  Advantage Arkansas (Income Tax Credit) 
  •  Create Rebate Program (Discretionary) 
  •  ArkPlus (Discretionary)

Targeted Business Incentives
Research and Development Incentives
Non-Profit Incentives
Tourism Development
Specialized Incentives
Customized Training
Training Consortia
Child Care Facility Tax Incentive
Recycling Equipment Tax Credit
Public Roads Improvement Credit