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.
The intersection along with parts of South College and Rock had been closed for nearly a year as part of a series of improvements to Archibald Yell. All previously closed areas were open as of early Thursday morning.
Sonia Harvey has resigned from the Fayetteville City Council. The remaining council members have two options for replacing Harvey, whose term wasn’t set to expire until the end of 2026.
City officials are looking for some input from residents for the development of the Walker Park Master Plan.
The city may soon have a better idea of how many people are operating illegal short-term rental businesses around town.
Hiring a company to investigate illegal short-term rental properties, repealing the city’s ban on the retail sale of dogs and cats, changes to the city’s parking regulations and more.
Officials are looking to fill 14 positions on 10 of the city’s boards, commissions and committees.
The City Council is moving forward with a plan to add more police officers to work in the city’s public schools.
A proposal that would help pay the salaries of new school resource officers is up for discussion this week.
Approving a proposal to refurbish the basketball courts at Walker Park, applying for a grant to help pay for two new school resource officers, amending the city’s campground regulations and more.
The owners of two new homes on Fletcher Avenue will not be allowed to use their dwellings as short-term rental businesses.
City officials are seeking feedback from residents on the newly drafted Heritage and Historic Preservation Master Plan, which aims to offer guidance on how the city should approach historic preservation.
Approving a graffiti abatement program, rezoning 14.7 acres on Old Wire Road, granting the appeals of two denied permits for short-term rentals, ARPA funds for New Beginnings, and more.
A proposal in the works for south Fayetteville would revitalize the basketball courts at Walker Park, including a new mural from the And1 basketball brand.