An upcoming phase of the ongoing overhaul of North College Avenue will include a series of medians, similar to those installed in the downtown Fayetteville area, but with an artistic touch not often seen in typical streetscape design.
Residents on Monday got a look at the plans for the next round of improvements to North College Avenue during a public input session held at the Fayetteville Public Library.
City officials next week will host a public meeting to show designs and seek input on the next phase of improvements planned for the 71B Corridor.
City Council members on Tuesday approved an agreement with the Arkansas Department of Transportation for the city to take ownership of U.S. 71B.
City officials will host an open house for the public to view the overall design concepts for the 71B Corridor Plan on Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Two studio session meetings are planned to discuss possible design elements for the northern part corridor project.
Fayetteville officials are asking for another round of public input on the vision for the 71B Corridor Plan.
City planners will host the first in a four-part series of events this week during two public meetings scheduled for Nov. 13 and 14.
With the majority of through-traffic in Northwest Arkansas now traveling along Interstate 49, city planners are ready to rethink the future of the Highway 71B corridor.
Rezoning 24 acres on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, a contract for the Highway 71B Corridor Plan, and more.
Rezoning 23 acres on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, a contract for a corridor plan for College Avenue/Highway 71B, and more.
The Northwest Arkansas Chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) is hosting a workshop today through Friday (Feb. 21-23) “focusing on the connection between land use decisions and public health outcomes along the 71B corridor.”
A comprehensive rate study for the Recycling and Trash Collection Division, three rezoning requests, amending the 2018 Adopted Budget and more.