With less than three months left in the year, and with design and City Council approval still needed, Mayor Jordan’s staff is looking at a pretty tight timetable.
Mayor Jordan’s self-assembled committee discussed their ideas for an upcoming, 300-space parking deck in downtown Fayetteville Wednesday morning.
Mayor Lioneld Jordan has assembled a 10-member committee to begin looking at designs for a planned Dickson Street area parking deck.
Residents looking to score free parking in the Dickson Street area by jumping the curbs of the gated paid parking lots now have another obstacle to face.
The first official attempt to relieve post-event congestion in the Walton Arts Center parking lot will take place this weekend.
Post-event traffic congestion at the Walton Arts Center parking lot will be one of two discussion items related to paid parking at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.
The plan begins today (March 1), and for the first week, the city is offering free parking for those who enroll in the new program and use the pay-by-phone option between Tuesday, Feb. 1 and Sunday, Feb. 6.
The Fayetteville City Council passed all of the proposed amendments to the city’s 4-month-old plan.
The Fayetteville City Council is expected hear recommendations for changes to the paid parking program on Tuesday.
The Downtown Dickson Save Our Street Society, led by Neil Crawford of Jose’s Mexican Restaurant, issued a press release Friday afternoon announcing its formation and its intention to ask the Fayetteville City Council for immediate changes.
After a three-month review of the paid parking, Fayetteville city staff revealed their recommendations for a handful of changes to the program during Tuesday’s city council agenda session.
Three of Fayetteville’s eight City Council members met Monday afternoon to tour the paid parking stations in the Dickson Street area.
George’s Majestic Lounge owners today announced that the first 100 Friday Happy Hour customers can park for free all night at the Underwood Plaza parking deck.
It should come as no surprise to learn that the first question asked during last Thursday’s city council forum addressed what is easily the most talked about issue that Fayetteville residents currently face – paid parking.
City officials announced on Monday that paid parking in the Dickson Street area will not be enforced during during this year’s Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally.