Mayor Colvin has issued a citywide curfew beginning Sunday, May 31st, which will be in effect from 8 PM through 6 AM until further notice. Please review HERE to see the listed special exceptions.

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  • atc_curfew_may31Mayor Mitch Colvin has declared a State of Emergency within the City of Fayetteville. This order includes a curfew for citizens that is 8 p.m. until 6 a.m. The Mayor’s State of Emergency Declaration is attached to this message. Please review HERE to see the listed special exceptions. 
  • City Council approved funding for bridge loans to help keep small businesses operating while they are waiting for approval of federal loans. The program, approved at the council meeting on May 11, is funded for $260,000, and will begin accepting applications on May 12. MORE INFO
  • ATC_FayTVStreamingThe City of Fayetteville is now streaming FayTV, its government access channel, on smart TVs and streaming devices. This is one of the first government access channels in North Carolina to be available for viewing on Roku, Fire TV, Android TV and Apple TV. MORE INFO
  • ATC_CensusN.C. is projected to gain a seat in Congress. 2020 Census data will be used for redistricting. Our goal is to have everyone who lives in Cumberland County counted in 2020. An accurate count of all residents is critical for receiving our fair share of the $675 billion in federal funds that are distributed to states and communities each year. MORE INFO


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