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Mayor's News

04/22/ 2014 Book Donations Needed for Annual Charlie Brown Book Sale
04/21/ 2014 Sustainable Landscape Competition Announced
04/21/ 2014 The City of Fayetteville Celebrates National Community Development Week
04/21/ 2014 Ribbon Cutting Cancelled for Walker Park Concession/Restroom Building
04/18/ 2014 Recycling and Trash Collection Earth Week Activities
04/16/ 2014 Urban Agriculture Ordinance Goes Into Effect April 17, 2014
04/16/ 2014 Application Period for Food Truck Lottery
04/14/ 2014 City of Fayetteville To Hold Press Conference To Announce The Fayetteville Alert System and Encourage Public Sign-up
04/14/ 2014 Ribbon Cutting Cancelled for Walker Park Concession/Restroom Building
04/04/ 2014 Halsell Road and Sang Avenue Street Closing
03/31/ 2014 Shelter Planning 3rd Annual Dickson Street "Pup" Crawl
03/31/ 2014 Paper Shredding Event Announced for Saturday, May 3rd
03/31/ 2014 Recycling and Trash Collection April Schedule and Information Update
03/31/ 2014 Mayor Jordan to Join Nationwide Effort to Recognize Impact of National Service
03/14/ 2014 Shattered Dreams
03/07/ 2014 Upcoming Bulky Waste Clean Up Schedule and Locations
02/07/ 2014 Shelter Encourages Pet Owners to "Beat the Heat"
01/31/ 2014 Fayetteville Receives Official Recognition as a Compassionate City
01/31/ 2014 Fayetteville Wins Grant for Outstanding Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative
01/30/ 2014 Fayetteville Honored with Arkansas Volunteer Community of the Year Award
01/29/ 2014 Fayetteville’s ISO Rating Jumps from a Class 4 to a Class 2
01/28/ 2014 Frisco Trail named Trail of the Month by Rails to Trails Conservancy
01/23/ 2014 State of the City Address Available on City YouTube Channel
01/13/ 2014 New Documentary Depicts Woolsey Wetland Restoration
12/26/ 2013 Extra Trash Bag Stickers Program Is Moving To Electronic Form Beginning January 1, 2014
12/05/ 2013 Taking Care of Pets in Severe Cold Weather
12/02/ 2013 Fayetteville Public Library Hosting Ranger’s Pantry Holiday Pet Food Drive
12/02/ 2013 Andrew Garner is the City of Fayetteville’s New Planning Director
11/26/ 2013 City of Fayetteville Honored as a Digital City of the Year
11/21/ 2013 Terri Raskiewicz is the City’s New Internal Auditor
11/21/ 2013 Cheryl Partain is City’s New Billing and Collections Manager
11/07/ 2013 Fayetteville Ranks Number Seven in Medium-Sized Cities Ripe for Veterans to Find Jobs
10/21/ 2013 Fayetteville Ranked as 63rd Best Place to Live and 9th Top College Town
10/21/ 2013 City of Fayetteville Creates First Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) District in the State of Arkansas
09/30/ 2013 City of Fayetteville Wins Statewide Recycling Award
09/10/ 2013 Fayetteville Honored With Wildlife Federation Awards
08/29/ 2013 New " No Soliciting" Ordinance and Signs Available to the Public
08/02/ 2013 Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installed
07/17/ 2013 Fayetteville’s School Avenue Streetscape Project: One of 59 Projects Nationwide to Receive NEA Funding
07/02/ 2013 Fayetteville City Clerk Elected as President of ACCRTA
06/20/ 2013 Northbound College Avenue Lane Shift for Highway 71B Flyover Construction
06/18/ 2013 2013 City of Fayetteville Preservation Awards
05/07/ 2013 Historic Walking Tour of the Fayetteville Downtown Square
01/17/ 2013 Fayetteville Wins Two 2012 City of Distinction Awards
01/16/ 2013 2013 State of the City Address
12/13/ 2012 City Presents Service Awards to Employees
05/25/ 2012 Fayetteville to be Recognized as the First Community Wildlife Habitat in the State
05/09/ 2012 City of Fayetteville Wins Governor's Work-Life Balance Award
11/07/ 2011 City of Fayetteville Honored As A Digital City Of The Year
08/08/ 2011 Fayetteville Emergency Alert System
07/07/ 2011 Fayetteville Recognized as a Top 100 Place to Live
05/06/ 2011 Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Region Ranks #5 as a 2011 Best Cities for Job Growth for Mid-Sized Cities
11/17/ 2010 City of Fayetteville Named 2010 Innovative Community Development Program Winner
11/16/ 2010 Fayetteville Selected as One of Two Cities Selected for $1 Million Investment to Implement "Sticks and Bricks" Initiatives