Projects

The City of Fayetteville completes numerous projects annually in order to maintain the quality of life our citizens deserve and have come to expect. These projects include infrastructure improvements identified in the Capital Improvement Program; construction projects overseen by the Engineering and Transportation Divisions relating to sewer and water lines, streets and drainage, sidewalks, trails, and traffic calming, and other various projects.

The purpose of this section is to report the status some of the major projects and keep citizens informed about other noteworthy projects. To view information on various city projects, please visit the following pages:

Current Projects 

Spring Street Municipal Parking Deck 

Highway 71B Flyover

Garland Avenue (Hwy 112) - North St to Melmar Dr

Transportation Improvement Bond Program

Van Asche Drive - Garland Avenue to Gregg Avenue

Wastewater System Improvement Project 

Completed Projects

Block Avenue

Canterbury Water Storage Tank

Cato Springs Road Improvement Project

East Rodgers Drive Slope Repair

Garland Avenue (Highway 112) Water & Sewer Relocations

Highway 265-Mission Blvd. to Joyce Blvd.

Highway 16 Water & Sewer Relocations

Mt Comfort Road - Dean Solomon Intersection 

Mt Comfort Road - Rupple Road to Alpine Avenue

Roundabout at North Hills Boulevard and Futrall Drive

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Capital Improvements Program

The Proposed 2013-2017 Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) was submitted to the Fayetteville City Council on Tuesday, May 29, 2012.  Visit our Budget & Research page for more details.

Engineering

The Engineering Division provides for the in-house surveying and engineering and management of contract engineering services in connection with the Capital Improvements Program (CIP); provides oversight of construction services in connection with water lines, sanitary sewer, streets, and drainage; and provides administration of the other programs of the division.  Follow link to the: Transportation Bond & Capital Improvement Programs

Parks and Recreation

The Parks and Recreation Division manages the city’s park system, administers the Parkland Dedication Ordinance, provides numerous recreational opportunities for citizens and oversees various other city projects, such as the Downtown Square.

Transportation

The Transportation Division provides the maintenance, construction, safety and operation of city streets, sidewalks, rights-of-way, traffic and trail construction programs.  They currently maintain approximately 400 miles of streets as well as 300 miles of sidewalks. They are also responsible for 200 miles of drainage ditches and expansion construction of the city trails program.