Walton Arts Center patrons can now purchase prepaid event parking for all performances in the city-owned Spring Street Parking Deck.
Here are some photos taken during and after Friday’s event.
Fayetteville officials will celebrate the opening of the Spring Street Parking Deck during a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 23.
A longtime goal of building a municipal parking deck in downtown Fayetteville is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Aldermen agreed Tuesday to use $2.1 million in reserves to build a new parking deck about a block away from Dickson Street in Fayetteville.
Fayetteville aldermen are set to consider using about $2.4 million in general fund reserves to cover a funding gap needed to build the three-story municipal parking deck.
City officials today canceled a groundbreaking ceremony for a planned downtown parking deck after construction bids came in significantly over budget.
A crew will likely begin tearing down the Walton Arts Center administrative offices the first week in August, with the excavation work coming about a week or two later.
The cost estimates for Fayetteville’s downtown parking deck are $1.9 million over budget, officials said Tuesday.
City Council members have at least one more decision to make regarding the planned parking deck in downtown Fayetteville.
City Council members are expected next week to approve a contract for construction management services with the same company that built the UA’s Garland Avenue and Harmon Avenue parking decks.
Fayetteville residents and City Council members got their first look at the preliminary design ideas for a planned downtown parking deck this week.
City officials will host a public input session on March 12 to discuss design options for the planned parking deck set to be built at School Avenue and West Spring Street in downtown Fayetteville.
The Walton Arts Center Council voted unanimously Tuesday to hire Portland-based architecture firm Boora Architects to help “fast track” an estimated $20 million expansion of the Fayetteville facility.
A planned downtown parking deck will be built on the southeast corner of the Walton Arts Center campus at Spring Street and School Avenue.