Beebe, Arkansas is a city in White County, Arkansas state. At the 2000 census the population was 4,930, which makes it the second most populous in the county after Searcy. The city is home to a branch campus of Jonesboro-based Arkansas State University. It was named for Roswell Beebe, a railroad executive who was responsible for bringing the rail line that currently runs through the city. Beebe was incorporated in 1875.
It is served by three main U.S. highways. Little Rock National Airport is located approximately 35 miles southwest of Beebe on the east side of the city of Little Rock.