Authorizing the city to shut off water service for illegal short-term rentals, a condemnation of land needed for a water main project, three rezoning requests and more.
Water and sewer customers in Fayetteville won’t see much of an increase on their utility bills next year, but rates will eventually rise as normal.
The Fayetteville City Council on Tuesday approved nine appointments to six of the city’s boards and committees.
A proposal to apply for an affordable housing grant was one vote shy of passing the City Council on Tuesday.
Changes to water and sewer rates, raising the compensation cap on water damage claims, applying for a Pro Housing grant from HUD, two rezoning requests and more.
Violators of the city’s short-term rental law could have their water shut off under a proposal that’s making its way through a City Council committee.
Authorizing the mayor to purchase real estate to be returned to the NWA Black Heritage Association, two rezonings, a short-term rental permit appeal and more.
The City Council will soon consider some new rules about which types of e-bikes are allowed on the city’s trails.
City officials are seeking community input on a plan for improvements to Bryce Davis Park in west Fayetteville.
Planning commissioners on Monday approved an updated plan for a proposed sports park in north Fayetteville.
Changes to water and sewer rates, consolidating the Fire Relief and Pension Program, rezoning 20.23 acres on North Truckers Drive, and more.
The Adaptive Reuse Award was given to Feed and Folly in recognition of the restaurant’s adaptive reuse of the building at 110 S. College Ave.
Officials are looking to fill nine positions on six of the city’s boards, commissions and committees.
City officials said they want to remind short-term rental owners and landlords who own more than two residential rental properties within the city to provide a point of contact on the city’s landlord representative registry.
City Council members on Tuesday voted to approve a contract to help fund the recently established Downtown Fayetteville Coalition.