Fayetteville ADVOCACY

Here’s your one stop shop to see how you can get involved and learn more about what’s happening in your cycling community.

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What’s Happening

  • In 2018 the BikeNWA team worked with the city of Fayetteville and ACTIVE Planning + Design to implement a pilot project consisting of enhanced bike lanes and protected bike lanes.

  • In alignment with that we have also kicked off monthly Bike Friendly Meet-ups allowing the community to come together and talk about all things cycling.

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How to Get Involved

  • Attend our Monthly Bike Friendly Meet-ups

  • Start conversations with your city officials

  • Share our FAQ Sheet with peers and neighbors

  • Take our Survey on the current Rolling Hills - Fiesta Square - Appleby Pilot Project

  • Volunteer at upcoming events and learn about our Volunteer Incentive Program

  • Share your experiences with bike facilities and pilot projects on your social media

  • Engage with our Social Media / Facebook / Instagram / Twitter

  • For more information, email Donald @ Donald@bikenwa.org

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Resources

Fayetteville Master Plans

City of Fayetteville Contacts

City Council Meetings

City Council meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each month.  The City Council meets the week before the City Council meeting to preview and set the City Council agenda.

City 2030 Street Master Plan

The Master Street Plan is a policy document to help guide decisions regarding location, form, function, design, and classifications of streets. The Plan considers infrastructure and anticipates where new building developments might occur to plan for possible street connections and capital expenditures. Existing and projected conditions, such as population growth, economic conditions, land use, natural and cultural resources, etc. are taken into consideration to imagine what a city might look like decades in the future. Master Street Plans include maps and designs – showing the location of current and suggested future streets, as well as potential designs of a roadway.

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