The City of Fayetteville Aviation Division is responsible for the development, operation and maintenance of the municipal airport. Management is supported by the Airport Board and a committee of citizens who assist the City Council in planning and decisions pertaining to the airport.
The Animal Services Program with the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas, is a part of the City's Community Resources Division and provides a variety of essential animal services to Fayetteville.
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The Community Resources Division consists of the Code Compliance, Community Development, and Animal Services Programs.
It is the goal of this organization to be more responsive to customers, to be effective in internal communication, and to achieve efficiency in the city by helping developers and citizens obtain the services they need in primarily one location.
The Department of Economic Vitality serves as City’s primary economic development arm, the Department of Economic Vitality serves as a liaison from the City to the contracted entities providing economic development services, as well as the business community.
Find out about various financial and administrative aspects of City services and infrastructure building and maintenance.
Access information about the Human Resources Division and find contact information for the division.
Learn what the Geographic Information System (GIS) Division does for the city, view and interact with map compositions and download available data.
Access a program schedule for the Fayetteville Government Channel, learn about the video on demand service and find out more about the programs on the channel.
Access information about the Parking Management Division, find out about division programs and how to pay for tickets and parking-related fees.
The department of Parks, Natural Resources and Cultural Affairs manages parks, lakes, and trails, hosts numerous recreation programs and events, as well as the areas of Urban Forestry and Arts and Culture
Public Safety is one of the most important service areas the City of Fayetteville provides. This page outlines information and programs that help to keep our citizens safe and our community as one of the safest places to live in the Country.
The Public Work Department brings together several service areas that routinely work on different aspects of the same projects, particularly those associated with the City’s streets, trails, sidewalks, and drainage infrastructure.
Access information on residential and commercial trash and recycling, composting, and more.
The Sustainability Department is dedicated to creating and facilitating programs, projects, and policies that promote sustainability and resilience within the City government and across the community.
The Utilities Department is composed of 3 major program groups: Water and Sewer Operations Division; Wastewater Treatment (CH2M HILL); and Utilities Management and Capital Projects.