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. White Elephant 5K 2022

    White Elephant 5K & 1 Mile holiday races Saturday, Dec. 10

    The second annual White Elephant 5K race will be held on Saturday, Dec. 10, beginning at 8 a.m. on the historic Fayetteville Downtown Square. This year’s event also includes a 1-mile race for runners and walkers. Read on...
  2. Blood Drive

    City of Fayetteville to host blood drive Dec. 7 on Downtown Square

    The City of Fayetteville will host a blood drive Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fayetteville’s Downtown Square. The blood drive is being held in partnership with the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO). Read on...
  3. Lane Reduction on Archibald Yell

    Archibald Yell lane reduction to begin Dec. 5

    Starting Monday, Dec. 5, Archibald Yell Blvd. at the intersection with E. Rock St. will be reduced from four lanes to two so crews can core an existing manhole, construct two new manholes and install a sewer line between all three. Read on...
  4. All-way stops on Dickson St-Fletcher Ave and Sang St-Stone Ave

    Two intersections to be all-way stops starting Nov. 30

    Starting Wednesday, Nov. 30, the intersection of S. Sang Ave. and W. Stone St., as well as the intersection of E. Dickson St. and Fletcher Ave., will become all-way stops. Read on...
  5. Road Closure alert for Porter Rd. from Oct. 10 - December 2022

    Section of Porter Rd. to close Oct. 11 for roundabout construction

    As part of construction for the Midtown Corridor Improvements project, a section of N. Porter Rd. – from W. Sycamore St. to the intersection of W. Deane St. and Stephen Carr Memorial Blvd. – will be closed to through-traffic beginning Monday, Oct. 11. Read on...