Here are some photos taken during and after Friday’s event.
Fayetteville officials will celebrate the opening of the Spring Street Parking Deck during a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 23.
A longtime goal of building a municipal parking deck in downtown Fayetteville is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Aldermen agreed Tuesday to use $2.1 million in reserves to build a new parking deck about a block away from Dickson Street in Fayetteville.
A crew will likely begin tearing down the Walton Arts Center administrative offices the first week in August, with the excavation work coming about a week or two later.
Fayetteville residents and City Council members got their first look at the preliminary design ideas for a planned downtown parking deck this week.
Looking at the tax figures, it’s clear that collections have grown on Dickson Street since the implementation of paid parking, but there are still arguments on both sides of the issue.
Mayoral candidate Dan Coody took another shot at the city’s paid parking program and planned downtown parking deck Thursday during a news conference and media tour of the Dickson Street area.
Here’s what you missed and what you can do if you didn’t make it out to the input sessions and walking tours held on Wednesday afternoon.
Council members voted unanimously on Tuesday to authorize Mayor Lioneld Jordan to issue up to $6.5 million in bonds to finance a downtown parking deck. There was no public comment during the discussion.
With Mayor Jordan’s downtown parking deck project on hold for at least another two weeks, we began wondering Tuesday night just how long it could be before any dirt is ever turned.
A familiar voice was amplified through the speaker system inside City Hall Tuesday night when Dan Coody took to the podium during a regular meeting of the Fayetteville City Council.
The first step in moving forward with Mayor Lioneld Jordan’s downtown parking deck project was taken Tuesday night when the Fayetteville City Council heard the mayor’s financing plan.
A very brief recap of items discussed and voted on during Tuesday night’s meeting.
With area business life, revenue numbers, the original goals of the plan, and even continued vandalism all accounted for, it looks like paid parking is here to stay.