Local City of Fayetteville


Fayetteville is a thriving community of 85,257 residents (2018 Census estimate). As the third largest city in Arkansas, Fayetteville provides all of the resources and advantages of a large city while maintaining a quality of life that remains true to its unique heritage. Fayetteville is the county seat of Washington County, Arkansas.

One-of-a-kind shopping, historic neighborhoods, exciting nightlife, live local music and fine arts, a nationally-recognized public library, sporting events, community theater, and thousands of acres of park land for a wide range of play, including fishing and free concerts, Fayetteville has something for everyone. In addition to the exciting events in the city, Fayetteville's location in the beautiful Ozark Mountains--including our lakes, rivers, hiking and biking trails--provides wonderful scenic adventures for people who enjoy the outdoors.

With a thriving local economy, educated workforce, and loyal customer base, the number of jobs with in Fayetteville is consistently on the rise. Fayetteville is home to the flagship campus of The University of Arkansas, which has established itself as one of the top public research and academic institutions in the nation. Fayetteville Public Schools are Arkansas's leaders in both academics and athletics. Mix everything together with 200-plus days of sunshine each year, and you'll see why we are proud to call Fayetteville home, where life is great and the living is easy.

The city of Fayetteville has a Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/FayettevilleArkansasGovernment

To see the information from the official city of Fayetteville website: https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/

There are a bunch of fantastic local parks in Fayetteville to explore: 

         Bayyari ParkAcquired through the Park Land Dedication Ordinance in 1995, this park is located off of Colonial and Regency in the David Lyle Subdivision. This 7.4-acre park includes a grove of trees and sits adjacent to the White River.  Amenities include a hiking trail, picnic area, and playground.

          Bryce Davis Park - Davis Park was originally 9.2 acres and was the city's first park dedicated from the Park Land Dedication Ordinance in 1988. In addition to the existing play equipment and basketball courts, the park now includes restroom facilities, additional picnic areas and a 3-acre dog park with a pavilion, picnic tables, benches and drinking fountain. Future phases of the park development will include a fishing pier.