Community Resources Division

The Community Resources Division consists of the Code Compliance, Community Development, and Animal Services Programs. We are here helping to build a better community!

ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Mandatory Grant Application Workshop for organizations wishing to receive CDBG funding for the 2021 Grant Year will be held via Zoom on Monday, August 3, 2020 at 2:00p.m. For more information about this MANDATORY workshop, please follow the link below.

2021 CDBG Grant Workshop

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GY2020 CDBG Action Plan Comment Period & Public Hearing

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Rent-Utility Assistance Flyer - Final

The Community Resources Division is now offering rental & utility assistance to Fayetteville residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This funding is provided through the recent CARES Act/CDBG-CV funding, and is specifically designed to assist individuals & families who have accumulated past due rent/utilities as a result of COVID-19 within our community.

For more information, please give us a call at (479) 575-8260, or email us at community_resources@fayetteville-ar.gov.

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Digital copies of the Community Resources Quarterly Newsletters may be found here!

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Code Compliance Program


The City of Fayetteville is committed to preserve and protect the safety and welfare of its citizens. The Code Compliance Program works to resolve code violations in the City related to unsightly or unsanitary conditions, improper storage of vehicles, and unsafe or unsecured buildings.

Community Development Program


The Community Development Program is designed to strengthen the physical, social, and economic conditions of the City in an effort to make it a more healthful, prosperous, and gratifying place to live. This includes the administration of Community Development Block Grant Program, which consists of the Housing Rehabilitation, Redevelopment, Transportation, and Subrecipient Grant programs.

Animal Services Program


The Animal Services Program operates the Fayetteville Animal Shelter and provides public education, adoption, rescues, and 24-hour emergency service for animals in the City.