The mission of Fayetteville community centers is to provide programs that meet community needs, enhance the quality of life, and promote community involvement through the provision of recreation, cultural activities, education, health, wellness, and fitness activities; as well as family life activities in facilities that are well-maintained, accessible, and safe. The City of Fayetteville runs the Yvonne Richardson Community Center and contributes funding for the Boys and Girls Club and the Fayetteville Senior Adult Center. The City provides the facility for the Senior Adult Center, and the Senior Adult Center runs the community Meals on Wheels program.
Whether it is participating in the many programs at a community center or serving your community as a volunteer at one of the centers, there are a variety of ways to get involved, meet new friends, socialize, learn new skills, keep fit, and stay healthy. With a focus on health and fitness, sports, creativity, youth programs such as after school and summer camps, as well as a variety of active adult and senior programs, we are sure you will find something that interests you in Fayetteville, Arkansas, at a community center.