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The largest county by population in Arkansas, Pulaski County had an estimated population of 393,956 in 2017 and covers about 760 square miles, the U.S. Census calculates. Most of Pulaski County’s population lives within its eight incorporated cities: Jacksonville, with a population of 28,513; Little Rock, with 198,606; Maumelle, with 18,214; North Little Rock, with 65,911; Sherwood, population 31,081; and the smaller municipalities of Alexander, Cammack Village and Wrightsville.
Part of the Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area, Lonoke County’s population was 72,898 in 2017, the census estimated. The county, which lies just east of Pulaski County, covers 803 square miles. Lonoke, population 4,248, is the county seat, and the county’s largest city is Cabot, with a population of 26,141 in 2017.
In addition to the miles of beautiful real estate along the Arkansas River, Pulaski County boasts a wealth of museums and art centers, colleges and universities, team sports, historic architecture, a vibrant performance art community, parks, libraries, media outlets, a zoo and much more.