Stearns is currently a dead end for both east- and west-bound traffic thanks to a 250-foot gap of undeveloped city right-of-way that separates the two road sections.
Changes to monthly water and sewer rates, encouraging offering free mental health certification for city employees, two rezoning requests and more.
Renovations are officially underway at Lake Fayetteville’s softball complex.
The City Council has lowered the density cap on short-term rentals by nearly half.
The Fayetteville City Council on Thursday approved 11 appointments to seven of the city’s boards and committees.
Filling the Ward 1 council vacancy, lowering the cap on short-term rentals, a rezoning on Dead Horse Mountain Road, and more.
The City Council tonight will discuss whether to hold a special election to fill the vacancy left when a council member resigned in June.
City lawmakers this week took some time to honor the life and legacy of one of Fayetteville’s most notable artists.
On the agenda: Honoring the life and legacy of Hank Kaminsky, a plan to accept proposals to address the housing of homeless residents, encouraging free mental health certification for city employees, and more.
Archibald Yell Boulevard was officially changed to Nelson Hackett Boulevard on Juneteenth. New street signs were installed honoring Hackett, an enslaved man who fled Fayetteville nearly 182 years ago in search of freedom.
The city will officially celebrate Juneteenth when government offices close on Monday, June 19.
City officials are set to host an historical marker dedication commemorating Nelson Hackett, an enslaved man who fled Fayetteville in 1841 in search of freedom.
Phone lines at City Hall were restored Monday, but most other services are still offline after a cybersecurity incident that occurred last week.
Fayetteville city services went offline Thursday after a cybersecurity incident that occurred early in the morning.
A short-term rental appeal, an arts and culture master plan, changes to the city’s false alarm regulations, authorizing the mayor to purchase real estate for Black history preservation, a Planned Zoning District and more.