Communications / Media Room

Welcome to the City of Fayetteville media room! The City's Communications and Marketing Department and the Media Services Division provide news related to municipal government, which includes live viewing of television channels, public meetings, media releases, newsletters, social media and more.
Media Assistance
If you are a member of the media and need help during normal City hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., please contact City Communications Director Lisa Thurber at 479-575-8330 or by email.

  1. 2023 Historic Preservation Awards nominations are open

    City of Fayetteville accepting Historic Preservation Awards nominations

    The City of Fayetteville is seeking nominations for its 2023 Historic Preservation Awards, which commend projects, organizations and individuals that have displayed an outstanding commitment to historic preservation. Read on...
  2. Text reading &#34Lower Ramble earns awards&#34 with image of woman riding a bicycle on paved trail

    City of Fayetteville honored for Lower Ramble

    The City of Fayetteville was recently recognized for its sustainability efforts in improvements to the Fay Jones Woods within the Lower Ramble. Read on...
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    City seeks public input for CDBG 2023 Action Plan

    The City of Fayetteville invites public input regarding its Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) 2023 Action Plan, which will detail how the City plans to fund identified needs for low- to moderate-income Fayetteville residents via the CDBG program. Read on...
  4. Invasive Plant &#39Bounty&#39 with image of green bamboo stalks in background

    2023 invasive plant ‘bounty’ set for April 3-14

    This spring, the City of Fayetteville will hold its fifth annual invasive plant “bounty” program, in which the City replaces residents’ invasive plants with a native tree or shrub – for free. Read on...
  5. Bulky Waste Cleanups spring 2023

    City announces spring 2023 Bulky Waste Cleanup events

    The City of Fayetteville will host four Bulky Waste Cleanups this spring. The biannual events provide an opportunity for Fayetteville residents to dispose of large, bulky items that cannot fit into a normal trash cart. Read on...
  6. Tree City USA: An Arbor Day Foundation Program

    Fayetteville given ‘Tree City USA’ designation 28 years in a row

    The City of Fayetteville has been named a 2022 Tree City USA in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management. Fayetteville has received this designation 28 years in a row. Read on...