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Development Services Department

                  Tracking a Project Online 

You can track the status of some projects from the City's website, such as private development review, building permits, and inspections. 

All development and permitting requests are public information and are available for public review on the website or in the Development Services building. A paper copy of all requests are still available in the Development Services building for public review, and staff is available for further assistance.                                     

Development Review                                                         

The Development Services Department now offers a digital submittal (e-submittal) option for private development review. This option is intended to increase convenience for developers and citizens and to decrease cost and waste associated with the standard paper submittal. Projects being reviewed through the e-submittal option can be viewed on the City website at:

ftp://ftp.accessfayetteville.org/published

Projects are organized in electronic folders by the City's schedule of meetings. Each file includes a description of the project, the required plans, and requested revisions from each Division that participates in the development review process.                                             

Permits and Inspections                                                   

Upon approval of a building permit application, the Building Safety Division will provide the applicant with a permit number and a Personal Identification Number (PIN). This information can entered into the City's Building Inspection System (see the link below) to check on the status of building permit approval or to schedule an inspection.  

    https://egov.accessfayetteville.org/building/  

City Planning administers and enforces the City's Unified Development Code, implements long range plans, and facilitates the development process in Fayetteville. 

Engineering protects the City's floodplains, facilitates the installation of the City's infrastructure, and manages the transportation bond & capital improvements programs.

Community Services coordinates the animal services, community development, and code compliance programs.

Building Safety administers building regulations that protect the health, safety, and welfare of Fayetteville's citizens in the built environment.

Animal Services operates the Fayetteville Animal Shelter and provides public education, adoption, and 24-hour emergency service for animals in the City.