Changes to the rules governing Lights of the Ozarks, adopting the 2024 budget, extending the sunset clause for the city’s short-term rental ordinance, and more.
A land sale agreement for a new downtown hotel, rezoning a building on Mount Sequoyah, property vacations for a new apartment complex on Center Street, and more.
Considering two proposals for the city’s remaining $1.63 million in ARPA funds, appealing a denied short-term rental permit, establishing a youth advisory committee and more.
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.
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.
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.
Changes to water and sewer rates, consolidating the Fire Relief and Pension Program, rezoning 20.23 acres on North Truckers Drive, and more.
A contract to help fund a downtown organization, approving the city’s capital improvements plan, approving the annual employee benefits plans, and more.
Changes to monthly water and sewer rates, encouraging offering free mental health certification for city employees, two rezoning requests and more.
Filling the Ward 1 council vacancy, lowering the cap on short-term rentals, a rezoning on Dead Horse Mountain Road, and more.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.