A city code compliance complaint may be registered by phone at 479-575-8238, by email at email@example.com, or by submitting an online service request.
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Visit My Fayetteville Services to discover services available at your home address – or any other in Fayetteville -- including the city ward you live in, city council representative, recycling/trash pickup day, schools, zoning, flood zone, and neighborhood organizations. You can also locate and get directions to parks and trails, library, fire and police stations, hospitals, post offices, and other civic sites.
Access a list of City Council meetings dates here. Find and register to attend a meeting through the Public Meeting Calendar.
The City Council meetings start at 5:30 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.
Contact the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce by phone at 479-521-1710
The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration handles driver's license and car tag renewals. Please call 479-442-7691 or 479-442-6611 or visit the Fayetteville Revenue Office Details web page.
There are different areas of the unemployment office. To contact the right person, please visit the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services website and view the departments.
To view a list of senators and representatives, visit the
Contact the election commission by phone at 479-444-1766 or visit the
The Washington County Health Department phone number is 479-521-8181. For more information, visit the
You may apply for a City permit via the City’s online Citizen Self-Service Portal.
To apply for a new business license, please contact the Business License Clerk at 479.575.8352. Business licenses may be renewed via the City’s online Citizen Self-Service Portal.
The majority of street lights are maintained by the utility service provider (electric company) for the area in which the street light is located. For the fastest service, contact the appropriate electric company directly: Ozarks Electric Cooperative at 1-800-521-6144 or SWEPCO / AEP at 1-888-216-3523. Citizens can also report SWEPCO street light outages through their online service form.Please be prepared to provide the following information:
For information about the City’s e-scooter program, contact Mobility Coordinator Dane Eifling at (479) 575-8243, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reach the Washington County Courthouse, located at 4 South College Avenue, call (479) 444-1700.