Downtown parking changes instituted July 15; paid on-street parking not part of that plan
On-street and off-street parking rules for the downtown area are changing beginning July 15. It is important for the vitality of downtown businesses that on-street parking turn over regularly so that customers are likely to find a convenient place to park. More Info
Citizens Academy Being Held on Aug. 14
The next Fayetteville Citizens Academy class is being held on Wednesday, Aug. 14, starting at Kiwanis Recreation Center, located at 352 Devers St., just off Fort Bragg Road. Class begins at 8:30 a.m. and features Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation and the Development Services Department, which oversees planning, zoning, permitting and inspections. More Info
City of Fayetteville Recognized for Performance Management Leadership
The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) is pleased to announce that Fayetteville, North Carolina, has been recognized for its data-driven management and reporting efforts with a Certificate of Excellence in Performance Management. More Info
City Announces Boards and Commissions Openings
The City of Fayetteville is looking to its citizens to help fill vacancies for boards and commissions. Applications will be accepted until 8 a.m. on Aug. 1, 2019. All qualified applications will be presented to the Appointments Committee in August. The Fayetteville City Council will approve boards and commissions members at a regular meeting in September. More Info
Airport Announces Commission Officers for 2019
Fayetteville Regional Airport has announced the addition of new Airport Commissioners. Mark Lynch, Sandy Ammons, Jay Wyatt and Hector Ray are all newly appointed Commissioners in their first term. More Info
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In this episode of City Conversations, Kevin Arata heads to Solid Waste to learn more about the new Fleetmind System that is improving efficiences for the City while improving customer service.
In this City Update, Andrew Barksdale from NCDOT gives an update on the Ramsey Street Retaining Wall project.
Stormee with the Stormwater Division is out with Bunker the Woodpecker with the Fayetteville Woodpeckers when they find that someone has been clogging the stormdrains with trash.
Bunker the Woodpecker has his 3-day emergency kit ready for the next storm. Learn more at www.ready.gov on what you should include in your emergency kit.
The Fayetteville Fire and Emergency Management Department would like to remind pet owners to remember their pets when putting together supplies for a 72-hour emergency kit. A 72-hour kit should have everything you need like food, water and medicine to support you for 3 days. Learn more at www.Ready.gov