The City of Fayetteville’s government administrative offices, including City Hall, are closed on Thursday, July 4 in recognition of Independence Day. Schedules for resident service-focused departments, including trash pickup, parks & recreation, and transit, will be affected. More Info
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. The intent of enforcing on-street parking hours until 9 p.m. during event and non-event days is to encourage those who need to park for an hour or more to use parking lots and make on-street parking more easily available for those patrons who wish to visit downtown businesses. 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
Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra to Perform Independence Day Concert in Festival Park on July 1
Presented by the City of Fayetteville and PWC, the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra will be performing a free concert in Festival Park on Monday, July 1 in celebration of Independence Day. The concert will include patriotic and popular works conducted by Fayetteville Symphony Music Director Stefan Sanders. The concert will end with a fireworks display. 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
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Fayetteville in Five is the City’s show providing the latest news updates for the City of Fayetteville. Topics covered in this episode include: Budget Approved, Downtown Summer nights kicks off, FFD Firefighters Recognized, Drone Use graduation, New County Splashpads open and FAST Customer Survey.
Learn about the Downtown Summer Nights Music Series happening on Person Street in downtown Fayetteville every Thursday evening. There's lots to do in downtown. Be sure to visit.
Chief Hill with the Fayetteville Fire and Emergency Management Department invites residents to participate in a customer service survey. You can find the survey athttps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/53D2SZL
In this episode of City Update, officer Jeremy Strickland of Fayetteville PD talks about some of the crime prevention programs offered to residents and businesses.
Join the City of Fayetteville for an early start celebrating Independence Day. The Fayetteville Symphony will be perfoming a patriotic medly and the evening will be capped off with fireworks. The event is on July 1, 2019 at Festival Park, gates open at 6 p.m. and the concert starts at 7:30 p.m.