Learn more about the City of Fayetteville, including career opportunities, parking locations, and where museums are located.
Animal Services is a part of the City’s Community Resources Department and provides a variety of essential animal services to Fayetteville.
The City of Fayetteville offers several assistance programs for City residents in need.
The City of Fayetteville has been recognized by numerous organizations in recent years. View a list of some of the awards and recognition our City has received.
In 2021, Fayetteville became the first city in the United States to be designated a "Bike City" by Union Cycliste Internationale. View trails, resources, and Fayetteville's Active Transportation Plan.
Learn about Fayetteville through a variety of calendars, which includes the City of Fayetteville Public Meetings Calendar.
Located in the heart of Downtown Fayetteville, the Fayetteville Public Library strives to inspire imagination and foster learning.
Visit the Fayetteville Public Schools website to find information on the district, enrollment, parent/student resources, and more.
Get fresh produce and other locally developed goods at the Fayetteville Farmer's Market
Find free programs designed to promote fire safety behavior for children, adults, and seniors.
Preservation of historic buildings contributes to the character of our City while also reducing waste and maximizing the use of existing materials and infrastructure.
Find information and links covering a variety of subjects including City services, education, transportation, and more.
Stay up-to-date by watching the Fayetteville Government Channel, the City of Fayetteville YouTube channel, or Fayetteville Public Television. Resident resources are also available, including free classes and use of equipment.
View a collection of helpful resources for residents including code compliance, trash and recycling, water service, sex offender information, and more.
View a listing of all parks, trails, facilities, and amenities, find information on events and recreation program information, and learn more about Urban Forestry and Arts and Culture.
Various programs are offered to improve citizen health and safety such as the Child Safety Seat Program, the Drug Take-Back Program, Citizen Police Academy and more.
Public Art is thriving in Fayetteville. Learn about murals, answers to frequently asked questions, the Cultural Arts Corridor, the Fayetteville Arts Council, and recent commissions.
Free Wi-Fi is available at several public locations including numerous parks, the Fayetteville Square, Fayetteville Public Library and Fayetteville Senior Center.
There are many things to do in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and the Fayetteville Visitor's Center provides helpful information and a community calendar to keep you in the know of places to go.
We strive to maintain an integrated transportation infrastructure that promotes a diverse transportation system.
The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville is the flagship campus of the University of Arkansas System and is a top research and academic institution in the nation.
The City of Fayetteville understands the importance of community involvement in our programs and committees.