Two new surveys gather input for Fayetteville’s Cultural Arts Corridor design

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City officials continue to gather public input on the design of the upcoming Cultural Arts Corridor.

Two online surveys are available for residents to submit ideas.

One survey asks about desired features, and the other shows images of types and styles of amenities.

Survey 1 » Click here to take Survey 1

Survey 2 » Click here to take Survey 2

The project is expected to transform the areas between Fayetteville’s most notable cultural hubs.

The corridor follows the Razorback Greenway from Dickson Street to Prairie Street and is envisioned as a series of public open spaces connecting the Walton Arts Center, TheatreSquared, Nadine Baum Studios and the Fayetteville Public Library.

Preliminary concepts will be presented in October. Tweaks to those plans will take place in the following months with a goal of unveiling the final concepts to the City Council sometime in 2019.

The design is funded entirely by a $1.8 million Design Excellence Award grant from the Walton Family Foundation. City officials hope to include the corridor construction as part of a capital projects special election vote next year.

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