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Posted on: January 4, 2019

[ARCHIVED] City Presents Floodwater Management Funding Study Update and Seeks Public Input




City Presents Floodwater Management and Water Quality Funding Study Update 

and Seeks Public Input

January 4, 2019

Contact: Alan Pugh
Staff Engineer, Engineering Division

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.— The City of Fayetteville is hosting events on January 9, 10, and 17 to update the public on the progress of the City’s Study for Flood Management and Water Quality Funding, an in-depth investigation into sustainable funding options for the future management of Fayetteville’s flood reduction efforts and water quality protection. The study began in September 2018.

At the upcoming meetings, the public will hear the latest information regarding the current costs of stormwater management in the City, and the estimated costs for each of the proposed options for future programs. Dates and locations for these meetings is below:

Wednesday, January 9: 2 to 4 p.m.
Fayetteville Public Library Walker Room: 401 W. Mountain St.

Thursday, January 10: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Arkansas Research and Technology Park, AT&T Conference Room: 535 W Research Center Blvd.

Thursday, January 17, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Boys and Girls Club of Fayetteville, 560 Rupple Road

Public Input Requested

As part of the Study for Flood Management and Water Quality Funding, the City is collecting input from Fayetteville residents regarding the current stormwater systems and the necessary/desired future solutions for the City. Mayor Lioneld Jordan is encouraging Fayettevillians to provide their input via an online survey available on SpeakUp Fayetteville, the City’s public engagement portal: The site also features a map on which City residents can view and also input information about sites around the City where flooding has posed a problem.

Next steps for the study will be to develop funding options for the future program, based on the depth and breadth of future service desired by City residents. Information about the stormwater study can be found at


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