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October 7, 2019   |   Volume 1, Issue 44  |   FayettevilleNC.gov

Segra Stadium recognized as "Ballpark of the Decade"

Ballpark Digest has recognized Segra Stadium as the High-A Ballpark of the Decade (2010-2019). Segra Stadium was built by the City of Fayetteville to be the new home for the Fayetteville Woodpeckers, a Class A Advanced MiLB affiliate of the Houston Astros. The Fayetteville Woodpeckers open the 2019 season in their new home in April and had a record setting season in the new ballpark. More Info

Community Branding Workshop 

The City of Fayetteville is asking for citizens to join their neighbors at a Community Branding Workshop on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. The workshop begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Arts Council located at 301 Hay Street. The City of Fayetteville is partnering with Cumberland County and nine stakeholder organizations in developing a new brand platform, designed to convey our community's potential to the world. More Info

Citizen Input Needed for City Bicycle Plan

The City of Fayetteville is working with Stantec Consulting Services Inc. and J S Lane Company LLC in seeking feedback from the community to help develop the City-wide Bicycle Plan (Draft), Bike Fayetteville. The plan is the result of a North Carolina Department of Transportation grant awarded in March 2018 matched with City funds. The funding, from the grant, is being used for the completion of a City-wide Bicycle Plan and to guide the planning and implementation of bicycle improvements. More Info

ECD Community Meetings in October

The City of Fayetteville’s Economic & Community Development Department will host a series of community meetings throughout the city to talk with citizens about community issues and to help identify community needs in preparation of our 2020 - 2024 Consolidated Plan and 2020 - 2021 Annual Action Plan.  Your input and participation is requested so that we may improve existing programs or create new ones. More Info

Future Land Use Plan and Map Draft

The City of Fayetteville needs citizens’ input as we develop a new Future Land Use Plan and Map. This is the first step in a new comprehensive plan that will guide the City’s growth for years to come. A Future Land Use Plan acts as a guide for zoning and planning and has a direct impact on how the city develops. You can view the information online at the below links: 

You may also provide input via a short survey by clicking on the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FayNCCityPlan  

MORE CITY NEWS
Watch FayTV (the City's Government Access Channel) programming at your convenience on the City's YouTube channel! Subscribe to the channel and get notified of new content. Click here to subscribe.
Fayetteville in Five is the City’s show providing the latest news updates for the City of Fayetteville. Topics covered in this week’s episode include: FFD Fire Academy Graduation, FAST Job Fair, Land Use Meeting, Bike Plan, Mirror Lake Dam Construction Update.
In this City Update, hear about some of the fun events lined up for Segra Stadium this fall.
In this City Update we talk with Pat Wright, Co-Founder of the Indigo Moon Film Festival.  She gives us an overview of what visitors can expect to experience at this upcoming film festival which takes place October 11-13, 2019.
In Connect.Play.Discover, learn about some of the programs offered by the Fayetteville Cumberland Parks and Recreation Department.
Meet Miranda! She is a Pit Bull Terrier mix who is a trained therapy dog. With owner, 911 Call Center Coordinator, Renee Thompson, she provides comfort for the emergency operators in the Call Center. She also lends her lovable services to other employees in City Hall. Miranda and Renee take care of the City's 911 Call Center Team, as they work to take care of you.
Join Deborah Holt Noel from UNC-TV as she shows you how to spend an entire weekend in Fayetteville with this oversized story featuring history, restaurants, shopping, museums, and even zip-lines.
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