AccessFayetteville provides numerous ways to stay informed about your local government.
GIS Interactive Maps
Are you looking for a particular map layer and are not sure which map to view it in? Try looking at the Data Index. The Data Index is a list of all of the map layers contained in our on-line maps with links to the maps they can be viewed in.
A map showing Fayetteville's annexations since 1870.
Flood Data Map
This map shows flood zones for the city of Fayetteville. The map utilizes data from engineered flood surveys as well as data created from scanning and digitizing FEMA FIRM panels.
This map contains contours, City’s monuments, Rights-of-way, City owned property, Plat Pages, USGS 7.5’ quadrangles, and Public Land Survey System (Township-Range-Section).
Land Use Map
The land use map shows the future land use as identified in City Plan 2030. It also shows current land use based on the American Planning Associations Land Based Classification Standards for "Activity".
Master Street Plan Map
The master street plan map is a representation of the City's Master Street Plan and Downtown Master Street Plan documents.
Neighborhood Organizations Map
A map showing the City's active neighborhood associations. This map also includes historic districts and the voting wards.
A map showing the City's trail system and sidewalks.
This map combines the Water System Utility, Sanitary Sewer Utility, and the Storm Water Utility into a single viewer.
A map showing the City's voting ward boundaries, also known as aldermanic districts.
This map is a representation of the City's official zoning map; it shows the City's current zoning districts, Hillside/Hilltop Overlay District, as well as the Design Overlay District.