Media Release
Open House for Parking Management and Sustainability Department Offices
For Immediate Release
March 13, 2016
Contact: Peter Nierengarten
Sustainability Department
Parking Management

City Hosts Open House for Offices in Spring Street Parking Deck Building
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The City of Fayetteville is hosting an open house for two recently completed offices on Thursday, March 16 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the Spring Street Parking Deck. All are welcome to attend, mingle with City staff, and view educational displays.
Parking Management relocated to 416 W. Spring Street in the fall of 2016. During the open house, visitors can view preliminary recommendations from the yet-to-be-completed Fayetteville Mobility plan – including data analysis, parking signage and regulations. Visitors can also learn about the recently revised Event Permits Application Process associated with planning events in Fayetteville.
Staff for the City’s Sustainability Department relocated their offices to 203 N. School Avenue early this year. Visitors are encouraged to tour and learn about the “green” features of the parking deck and office – including the rainwater irrigation system, native landscaping to attract Monarch butterflies and pollinators, office furniture constructed of recycled/reused materials, and acoustic wall panels made from mushroom compost.
Results of the recently completed Community Perceptions Survey will be on display. The findings give a unique look into residents’ perceptions of life in Fayetteville including views on public safety, neighborhood cohesion, and funding priorities. Survey results and data are available on the City’s website here.
Free parking is available until 6 p.m. for open house visitors in the Spring Street Parking Deck (northwest corner of W. Spring Street and N. School Avenue). The Parking Management office is located on the Spring Street side and the Sustainability Department office is on the School Avenue side. 

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