A discussion on where to build a replacement parking deck went past midnight during the final City Council meeting of the year that began at 5:30 p.m.
A discussion about where to build a new parking deck to replace the Walton Arts Center parking lot will happen a little earlier than expected.
Conversion of the parking lot on West Avenue (aka the WAC lot), which would first include construction of a new parking deck, will come in a later phase.
Residents can view the latest designs for the first phase of the Cultural Arts Corridor construction project.
City officials are close to deciding on where to build a new parking deck to replace what’s known as the Walton Arts Center parking lot.
Fayetteville residents voted overwhelmingly in favor of 10 ballot issues that will continue the city’s 1-cent sales tax in the special election held Tuesday.
The last voter-approved bond referendum was in 2006, and just like 12 years ago, if approved, the money would be used to pay for a list of proposed capital projects.
The latest conceptual design draft is ready for public input.
Fayetteville voters will likely head to the polls on April 9 for a special election that would renew the city’s 1-cent sales tax that voters approved in 2006.
A two-hour discussion on Tuesday about the city’s upcoming bond referendum was dominated by concerns over parking in Fayetteville’s entertainment district.
It’s time to weigh in on what designers have come up with for Fayetteville’s Cultural Arts Corridor project.
The concepts for the West Avenue lot included amenities such as gardens, green space, trails, water features, shade pavilions, permanent sculptures, restrooms, parking structures, and other features.
City officials are ready to show off some conceptual sketches of the upcoming Cultural Arts Corridor.
Two online surveys are available for residents to submit ideas.
City officials want help from the public in designing a project that is expected to transform the areas between Fayetteville’s most notable cultural hubs.