Why is there a red public notice sign in my neighborhood?

The City of Fayetteville requires a red public notice sign to be posted on a property for which an issue is being considered by the Planning Commission or the Board of Adjustment. The public notice sign displays the project number, a brief description of the request, the assigned planner, and the time and date of the public hearing.

Specific information about these planning and development issues is available in the Planning office. Citizens are encouraged to participate at public hearings and to contact the Planning Division with any questions related to planning and development issues.

You can also view this map for items associated with a posted sign.

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1. Where and how is my property zoned?
2. What does the zoning of my property allow?
3. Why is there a red public notice sign in my neighborhood?
4. Where can I find a meeting agenda?
5. Do I need a sign permit?
6. Do I need a permit for a garage sale?
7. Can I put a shed in my backyard?
8. Does the City of Fayetteville require a business license?
9. Do I need a building permit for a fence?
10. Can I operate a business from my house?