A special meeting of the Fayetteville City Council begins at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021.
Requiring city employees to submit weekly COVID-19 test results, expanding the Outdoor Refreshment Area, replacing parking meters in the downtown area and more.
Approving the 2022 Employee Benefits Package.
A cash incentive program for COVID-19 vaccinations, creating a new Outdoor Refreshment Area at Centennial Park, establishing a commission to preserve historical Black structures and cemeteries, and more.
The council will meet Friday to discuss reinstating the city’s mask mandate.
Support for a lawsuit challenging the state’s ban on mask mandates, changes to the city’s polystyrene ordinance, several rezoning requests and more.
Signing bonuses for new law enforcement officers, public notification for appealed rezoning requests, a design contract for improvements at Millsap Road and College Avenue, and more.
Changes to the city’s drainage standards, allowing the fire department to contract with a software company for data compilation, and three rezoning requests.
Revising the city’s mask mandate, designating Juneteenth as a paid city holiday, calling a special election to renew the city’s 1-cent sales tax, and more.
Changes to the law regarding small in-home childcare operations, several rezoning requests and more.
A memorial statue for Officer Stephen Carr, adopting short-term rental regulations, and more.
Adopting short-term rental regulations, changes to the city’s on-street parking laws, four rezoning requests and more.
Adopting short-term rental regulations, a contract for a new downtown parking deck, renaming a street after Nolan Richardson and more.
A contract for a new downtown parking deck, annexing and rezoning land off Zion Road and more.
A reallocation of funds that the city received to be put toward cold weather support services for people experiencing homelessness.