Fayetteville residents and visitors can take advantage of two free parking events scheduled this week in the Dickson Street Entertainment District.
The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation awarded a $1 million grant to the Walton Arts Center on Tuesday, and a majority of the money is intended to support a new series of concerts called West Street Live.
Arts center officials on Tuesday led board members on a tour of the construction site to highlight the progress made on the facility this summer.
The arts center closed on July 1 to begin the project which will add 30,000 square feet to the building at 495 W. Dickson St.
The Walton Arts Center’s $23 million renovation project is officially underway.
A $23 million expansion and renovation of the Walton Arts Center’s Dickson Street location is officially underway.
Tyson Foods, Inc. and General Mills donated $500,000 apiece toward the project.
Walton Arts Center officials last week announced that Marti and Kelly Sudduth of Bentonville have donated $1 million toward the center’s $23 million expansion and renovation project.
Walton Arts Center officials this week announced that The Walmart Foundation has donated $1.5 million toward the center’s $23 million expansion and renovation project.
Officials announced the arts center has received a $5 million challenge grant from the Walton Family Foundation toward the $23 million campaign.
The Walton Arts Center last week approved a contract with CDI Contractors to move forward with the planned renovation of their Fayetteville facility.
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.
Fayetteville aldermen are set to consider using about $2.4 million in general fund reserves to cover a funding gap needed to build the three-story municipal parking deck.
City officials today canceled a groundbreaking ceremony for a planned downtown parking deck after construction bids came in significantly over budget.