Welcome to Spring Valley Manor! 

Located just off Cooper Orbit, our neighborhood is embraced by nature and quite country-like living while being nestled right in the heart of Little Rock.

Established in 1962,  Spring Valley Manor’s greatest asset is its residents who make the community a wonderful place to live, work and play.  Spring Valley Manor is governed by its Property Owner Association Board of Directors comprised of residents and elected by the homeowners.


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Ward 6 Infrastructure Dollars 2019-2022

Several Board members attended a recent City meeting regarding the allocation of LR Infrastructure dollars.  We are happy to share the Preliminary Ward 6 Infrastructure Bond Report for the 3rd round of funding!

Ward 6 was allotted $7.6 million in Infrastructure dollars to be spent over the course of 3 years (2019-2021)  The list includes $100,000 for a drainage project on Manor Drive and Cooper Orbit Road.
The list of proposed projects, to be approved by the LR Board of Directors for Ward 6 Infrastructure Proposed Projects 2019-2021 includes (Total:  $7.8 million):
  1. $2 million – Kanis Road (Shackleford to Bowman)
  2. $2 million – Bowman Road (Cherry Laurel to Kanis)
  3. 1.74 million – Overlay (not sure what this means)
  4. $320,000 – Bellemead (near 31st and 32nd) street reconstruction
  5. $700,000 – Kanis Road reconstruction (Business Park Drive to Michael Dr.) east of John Barrow
  6. $450,000 – Walker Street reconstruction (26th – 28th Street)
  7. $450,000 – John Barrow street improvements (near Library & school)
  8. $100,000 – Cooper Orbit Road drainage (at Manor Drive)
  9. $40,000 – 22nd Street Drainage (Perry Street)
There will be an additional $1.7 million in road resurfacing projects in Ward 6 which will be announced at a later date.  The process for approval started with neighbors submitting forms, the LR Public Works staff assessing the project need (urgency) based on the projects submitted and the approval of our Ward 6 board representative, Director Doris Wright.
In the second round of Infrastructure Projects using Bond/Tax dollars, the process was the same and Spring Valley Manor was awarded $250,000.  We were the only neighborhood to receive awards in both the 2nd round and the 3rd round (still needing LR board approval to be official).