04/01/2020 3:24 PM
Fayetteville City Council members declared today April 1, 2020 as Census Day in the city. It is also a nationwide event to raise awareness about the benefits of being counted. People are encouraged to act now and answer questions at my2020census.gov, by mail, or by calling 1-844-330-2020.
04/01/2020 9:32 AM
FAST Route Changes Effective 3/31/20 - Until Further Notice
03/30/2020 5:21 PM
This is an update on precautions and changes the City of Fayetteville has implemented to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus.
03/30/2020 4:07 PM
Please see www.FayettevilleNC.gov for the official FAST response to the Covid-19 virus.
03/28/2020 1:35 PM
All Fayetteville-Cumberland playgrounds are now closed. This is a new step we’re taking to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. English and Spanish signs with this message are going up at playground locations today.
03/27/2020 3:38 PM
City leaders have decided to delay the start of paid parking in downtown Fayetteville. Paid parking will begin in the summer of 2020 instead of the initial date of April 1, 2020. This change is meant to help the community, as mitigating the spread of the Coronavirus is a top priority.
03/25/2020 4:57 PM
Beginning Wednesday, March 25, City Hall and all city buildings normally accessible to the public will be closed to public access to mitigate the spread of COVID19 and keep our citizens and employees safe. Citizens can still access the majority of city services online at FayettevilleNC.gov/covid19.
03/24/2020 4:57 PM
The City of Fayetteville’s Economic and Community Development Department, in response to the spread of COVID-19, has made several draft proposals available online.
03/24/2020 1:25 PM
Today is the first day that a small group of City of Fayetteville employees are teleworking from home to avoid potential exposure to the Coronavirus. City Manager Doug Hewett asked department directors to identify who can work remotely and requested that a small group of employees begin the process.
03/23/2020 4:31 PM
In compliance with the guidance of the CDC and national, state, and local declarations of emergency, citizens are strongly discouraged from attending City Council meetings and will only be admitted to City Hall when required to provide testimony in quasi-judicial hearings.
03/20/2020 10:25 AM
City of Fayetteville program and service updates are posted at fayettevillenc.gov/covid19. Public access to City Hall is limited. Citizens are encouraged to call via phone or do business with the city online.
03/19/2020 4:51 PM
Out of concern for the possible effects of COVID-19 on the Cumberland County / Fayetteville region, the City of Fayetteville is taking the precaution of limiting attendance to the next City Council meeting, to be held on Monday, March 16, 2020, at 7 p.m.
03/13/2020 4:43 PM
Consistent with Cumberland County’s guidance and out of an abundance of caution, we have taken measures to mitigate possible Coronavirus contamination.
03/10/2020 4:42 PM
We are monitoring the situation as it relates to COVID-19 and are in close coordination with the County’s Department of Public Health concerning how the virus might, if at all, affect our city.
03/09/2020 4:23 PM
The 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.
03/06/2020 11:34 AM
City of Fayetteville Economic and Community Development has released the proposed 2020-2024 Consolidated and 2020-2021 One Year Action Plans, along with a Substantial Amendment for public review and inspection.