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April 8, 2019   |   Volume 1, Issue 31   |

SEGRA Stadium Unveiled at Fayetteville Fans First Look

SEGRA Stadium, the new downtown home of the Fayetteville Woodpeckers, will be unveiled to the public for the first time on Saturday, April 13 from Noon to 3 p.m. during an event dubbed Fayetteville Fans First Look. The name means exactly what it says: Fans will get an inside peek of the stadium and get an early start on all the fun that will take place there. More Info

Community Development Day Is April 26 at City Hall

The City of Fayetteville’s Economic and Community Development Department cordially invites citizens to help celebrate National Community Development Day as staff demonstrates the impact of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and the HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funding within our city. More Info

Lake Rim Aquatic Center Breaks Ground

Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Recreation held a groundbreaking for the Lake Rim Aquatic Center March 29 at 2214 Tar Kiln Drive. The pool at Lake Rim will be the fourth public pool in Fayetteville, following the Chalmers, Westover and Keith A. Bates, Sr. pools, in that order. More Info

Millennial Commission Seeking First Members

The City’s Millennial Commission is seeking its first members. The board has 13 openings and applications are being accepted until midnight April 17. More Info

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.
In this episode of Fayetteville in 5 we cover the following topics: Seventy First Middle School students visit FayTV; IT Tech Day; Land Use Plan Meetings; Louise Street Bridge Groundbreaking; Fans First Look - Segra Stadium and New Traffic Signal at Purdue and Breezewood.
In this episode of City Conversations we talk with Gerald Newton, Director of Development Services for the City of Fayetteville. He gives us an overview of the Development Services department and talks about some of the projects they are involved in.
In this episode of City Update we talk with Hank Parfitt, one of the tour guides for Historic Carriage Tours. The Cool Spring Downtown District offers the Historic Carriage Tours in downtown Fayetteville. You will get a lot of information about some of the historic sites in the downtown area and see the various architectural features of the buildings. It's a great way to explore the downtown area.
In this edition of Connect.Play.Discover, learn about upcoming activities offered by Fayetteville Cumberland Parks and Recreation.
In this episode of City Update we talk with Lt. Womble from the Fayetteville Police Department about Operation Medicine Drop. It's a safe and easy way to dispose of unused or out of date medications.
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