City Attorney

The Rogers City Attorney is elected to a term of 4 years, with the current term expiring in 2016.


  • provides legal guidance and support for elected City officials, City departments, and boards and commissions in the conduct of City business
  • represents the City before judicial and administrative agencies in civil litigation proceedings
  • prosecutes all traffic and misdemeanor violations occurring in the City of Rogers; which include:
    • DWI
    • Domestic Abuse
    • Violent Crimes
    • Traffic Violations
    • Hot Check Violations

* The City Attorney's Office does not advise residents or members of the general public in private legal issues. Persons needing legal advice or other assistance should consider contacting a private attorney.

The City Attorney does not handle felony cases, landlord / tenant issues or Protection Orders. 
Please see the Benton County website for further information on the above issues.