Diamond City, Arkansas
Welcome to Diamond City, Arkansas
Diamond City, Arkansas
 |  Area Lake Levels:  Bull Shoals Lake  |  Lake Norfork 
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On a bank high above the White River at the site of Dubuque, a mid-nineteenth century town, stands Diamond City. Dubuque, until its demise after the Civil War, was the last stop on the White River for northbound steamboats.

Diamond City, Arkansas
When the river was dammed at Bull Shoals in 1952 to form Bull Shoals Lake, Lead Hill, which had become the area's main town, was moved from its site to the intersection of Arkansas Highways 7 and 14, and the high bank of the White was left alone.

For many years the fine fishing on the Diamond City peninsula was known only to the people of the immediate area. 

Diamond Hills Country ClubIn the 1960s, Henry Dietz began to develop the site. The town founded there in 1953 had been called Sugar Loaf, and it became Diamond City in 1966. Surrounded by the lake on three sides and Lead Hill on the fourth, Diamond City is now an uncrowded town of 782 (2010 U.S. Census).

High-def television, high-speed broadband Internet (with 1 Gig service available), cellular and landline telephone services are available to homes and businesses in the Diamond City area through NATCO Communications (800) 775-6682.

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Diamond City, Arkansas
590 miles NE
469 miles SW
 Kansas City
248 miles NW
 Little Rock
150 miles S
231 miles SE
 St. Louis
290 miles NE
217  miles W
343 miles W
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of the area from South Shore.
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Your Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is available online. Diamond City copies are available upon request from Diamond City City Hall.

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