• Sienna Estates Clubhouse: 479-696-8098
  • Centerton City Hall: 479-795-2750
  • Centerton Police Department (non-emergency): 479-795-4431
  • Centerton Animal Control: 479-795-0078
  • Centerton Post Office: 479-795-2747



    • Residents may have a garage sale up to 4 times per calendar year.  No permit is required by the City of Centerton. Sienna Estates holds two neighborhood garage sale weekends per year (May/October)


    • The city of Centerton has a contract with Waste Management for the disposal of our trash, recycling and yard waste.
    • Yard Waste: Waste Management allows you to use any bag 30 gallons or under. You must purchase Yard Waste Stickers directly from Waste Management for $.95 each. The stickers are mailed to your home. The contact email for bag purchase is
      • Yard waste is collected early Monday mornings.
    • Bulk Item Pick-Up (small furniture, appliances, bicycles and outdoor toys, artificial Christmas trees etc.)
      • Waste Management will pick up ONE bulk item per month at no additional charge.
      • All bulk requests must be called into WM to be scheduled for removal.
      • Call 800-607-9509 or visit to schedule bulk pick-up service
    • Phase 1 (Sonic North to Beasley Drive) trash is collected on Friday mornings
    • Phase 2 (North of Beasley Drive to Town VU) trash is collected on Wednesday mornings.
    • Waste Management website
    • Benton County Recycling Center in Centerton


The Sienna Estates POA Covenants are separate rules and are in addition to the rules pertaining to the City of Centerton. The Sienna Estates POA covenants are more strict than the city code. However, the City of Centerton code must also be followed.  The following are excerpts from the Centerton City Code that would be applicable here in Sienna Estates. These excerpts are provided for your information only and are not an exhaustive list.

Click here to access the Centerton City Code document in its entirety.

You can report Centerton City Code violations to:

Jonathan Easterling
Code Compliance Officer/Public Works Inspector
11509 W. Hwy 72



Door to door sales: Those businesses engaged in door-to-door commercial sales transactions, including but not limited to, makeup sales, vacuum cleaners, etc., shall first pay an annual permit fee of $50.00. In addition to the annual permit fee paid to the City of Centerton, the City of Centerton shall issue a permit to each person operating as a representative for the business at the cost of $5.00 for each individual permit. Each individual operating as an agent or representative of the permittee is required to keep proof of permit on person at all times when operating within the city. This permit shall state the amount paid, the person to whom it was issued, the nature of the business, and the expiration of the permit. Such permit shall be issued for 60 days and shall expire 60 days from its issuance. The permit applicant shall be required to renew said permit every 60 days at no additional cost. Door-to-door sales shall only be permitted within the city limits between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.

A No Soliciting Notice may be posted at the front door of any private residence, and or on the premises of said property, or along a lane, driveway, etc. in the city, and by said notification any solicitor has been given notice that soliciting at this address is prohibited.

Any person violating any provision of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, shall be punished by a fine of no less than Twenty Five Dollars ($25.00), nor more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), and if such violation be continued, each day’s violation shall be a separate offense. The maximum fine per day for a continuing violation shall be Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00).



Unsanitary conditions on real property: All owners of lots or other real property within the city limits of the city of Centerton, Arkansas, are required to comply with the following: to cut grass over 12 inches tall, remove all weeds, brush, limbs, leaves, logs, trash, garbage, rubbish and debris; remove any abandoned or junk motor vehicles, construction waste, industrial or farm equipment; remove any abandoned or inoperative household or commercial appliances, abandoned furniture, building materials, building rubbish, defective septic tanks, human or animal excrement, metal, plastic and paper containers; and eliminate, fill up or remove stagnant pools of water or other liquids or any other unsanitary thing, place or condition upon the real property. It shall be unlawful for the owner or occupant of real property to permit the accumulation or development of any of the foregoing things or conditions within the city limits of the city of Centerton, Arkansas. Failure to comply with this section shall constitute a nuisance. (Ord. No. 2020-29, Sec. 1.)



Maintenance of premises and disturbing noises: An owner of an animal shall maintain his premises in such a manner as not to constitute either a private nuisance to adjoining property owners or a nuisance to the public in general. Pens in which animals are confined or maintained shall be cleaned regularly so they are free from offensive odors which would disturb any person residing within a reasonable distance of said premises, and the animals themselves shall be restrained in such a fashion that the noise emanating therefrom shall not be disturbing to such persons. Special care shall be given to ensure that a barking dog(s) or crowing roosters, maintained at any location, shall not bark, crow or howl in an excessive manner so as to disturb neighboring individuals. The owners of dogs or roosters that engage in excessive, unprovoked barking, crowing or howling shall control said animal(s) and stop the excessive barking, crowing or noise, especially during the hours of 9:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. (Ord. No. 2005-69, Sec. 5.) The person reporting the nuisance shall provide to the police department his/her name, address and telephone number and shall be expected to testify in court in order for the report to be considered a valid complaint.

It shall be unlawful for any person to willfully make, continue, or cause to be made or continued, any loud and raucous noise which term shall mean any sound which, because of its volume level, duration and character, annoys, disturbs, injures or endangers the comfort, health, peace or safety of reasonable persons of ordinary sensibilities within the city limits as defined below. (See Centerton City Code for Specific limitations)




Parking: No person shall park within the corporate limits of the city of Centerton, Arkansas, any recreational vehicle on any street, alley, highway, or other public place, or on any tract of land owned by any person except as provided in this ordinance. (Ord. No. 98-3, Sec. 2.)

Emergency or temporary stopping or parking of a recreational vehicle is permitted for a period of twenty-four (24) hours. (Ord. No. 98-3, Sec. 4.)

Any person or persons violating any provisions or sections of this ordinance shall, upon conviction, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and fined in any sum not less than Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) nor more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), and each day that the violation continues shall be considered a separate offense. (Ord. No. 98-3, Sec. 6.)

Where no sign is provided, it shall be unlawful to leave any motor vehicle, trailer, farm equipment, farm machinery, or any other equipment or machinery parked on any street or alley for a continuous period of more than twelve (12) hours within the corporate limits of Centerton, Arkansas. When signs are erected on any street or part of a street in each block giving notice thereof, no person shall park a vehicle on any such street or part of a street in each block so designated not in conformance with the restriction provided by the sign. Parking not in conformance with this section shall be permissible in the case of an emergency provided doing so does not interfere or hinder emergency services operations and except as otherwise permitted by city regulations. (Ord. No. 2008-27, Sec. 1.)

General list of prohibited locations: No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with law or the directions of a police officer or traffic control device, in any of the following places: In front of, or within ten (10) feet of a mailbox.

Any person or persons violating any of the provisions or sections of this ordinance shall, upon conviction, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and fined in any sum not less than Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) nor more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), and each day that the violation continues shall be considered a separate offense. (Ord. No. 2001-20, Sec. 3.)



It is unlawful to use, shoot, or otherwise discharge fireworks within the corporate limits of Centerton EXCEPT as sanctioned by permit or during the following times:

  • July 1- July 4  8am-11pm
  • December 31  8am-Midnight
  • January 1  12:01am-12:30am

Any person violating any of the provisions shall be, upon conviction, deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and fined in any sum not less that $25 nor more than $100 per offence.  Each occasion of use or discharge shall be considered a separate offense.



8.30.01 Unlawful Obstruction It is unlawful for any person to place or cause to be placed anywhere upon any city roadway, alley or sidewalk , any object which obstructs, restricts, or prevents the use of any portion of such roadway or alley, except as set forth in this chapter in a regulation promulgated by the Mayor and or adopted by the City Council. Such objects include but are not limited to basketball goals, storage containers, trash containers, trash bags, bicycles, building materials and other items deemed by the city authority to be an obstruction. Trash containers are exempt from this requirement so long as they are placed at the curb within 12 hours immediately preceding scheduled trash collection and are removed 24 hours after trash collection.

Any person or persons violating any of the provision or sections of this chapter shall, upon conviction be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and fined in a sum of not less than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) nor more than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) per day. Each day that the violation continues shall be considered a separate offense. (Ord. No. 2020-50, Sec. 1.)





Andrew Loucks is able to repair Sienna Estates mailboxes using 3D printing. Contact him through his website or via Facebook.