Redevelopment Program

In an effort to build a better community, the City of Fayetteville adopted the Redevelopment Program. The main objective of this program is to keep the city safe, clean, and green. Through this program, low- to moderate- income person(s) of Fayetteville may qualify to receive assistance to correct city code violation(s) on their property.

To find out more about the Redevelopment Program, view our program handout (PDF).


Qualification Process


To qualify for the Redevelopment Program, prospective participants must:

  • Complete the Redevelopment Program Application, available by calling our office at 479-575-8260
  • Live within the Fayetteville City limits
  • Own and occupy the residence for at least one year
  • Not be delinquent on property taxes
  • Fall within the low-to-moderate income guidelines (PDF) provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
  • Have a pre-existing violation of City Ordinance(s) 95.01, 164.14, and/or 173.09

Violation Corrections


The Redevelopment Program may be able to assist citizens with the following violations:

95.01 Unsightly or Unsanitary Conditions


  • Overgrown grass/weeds
  • Junk, rubbish, or trash on property
  • Stagnant pools of water

164.14 Parking & Storage of Certain Vehicles


  • Inoperable vehicles stored on a residential lot outside of a carport, garage, etc.
  • Vehicles undergoing extended maintenance on a residential lot

173.09 Unsafe Buildings


  • Unsafe, unoccupied structures on a residential lot

Application Process



Contact the Community Resources office at 479-575-8260 for an application, or come by the office at:

City of Fayetteville
Community Resources Division
125 W Mountain Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701