There are many options for observing or participating in City Council and other meetings. Although many City offices remain closed to the public due to COVID-19, Fayetteville's City government continues to operate. Currently, all public meetings are being held virtually via Zoom. Below you will find links to live videos and archives, as well as upcoming and past agendas and minutes, the weekly calendar of public meetings, and information on how to participate via Zoom.
City Council and other Board and Committee Meetings
Watch Live on YouTube You may also watch live meetings on the City's YouTube Channel
Note: Recently, YouTube has made some changes to their platform that may affect the way some mobile users access the City’s livestream. In the YouTube app, the Live option no longer appears at the top of the feed. If you plan to watch using the YouTube app on a mobile device, and the livestream does not appear when you go to the City’s YouTube channel, you may need to do a search for “Fayetteville AR Live FGC” to find the live video. You can also scroll down through the listed videos to find the "Live" selection among the other videos.
Viewers watching via a desktop or laptop computer should not be affected.
Watch on the City's Government TV Channel Fayetteville's Government TV Channel also airs live meetings. Click here to view the FGC Schedule. This programming is telecast to viewers on:
If you wish to make a comment at a virtual public meeting, you must log in via the Zoom links provided below and log in to participate in the meeting. Instructions on how to do so are located here. Once logged in, use the “Raise hand” function when comment for an item is requested during the meeting.