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City receives NC3C Awards
The City and County were among 22 N.C. governments to earn recognition in the NC3C 2020 Excellence in Communications Awards.Learn More
Rent, utilities & mortgage help
The City of Fayetteville offers a service to assist with rent, utilities and mortgage payments as a response to the Coronavirus pandemic.Learn More
Census 2020 Reminder
N.C. is projected to gain a seat in Congress. 2020 Census data will be used for redistricting. Our goal is to have everyone who lives in Cumberland County counted in 2020.Learn More
FayTV now streaming
The City of Fayetteville is now streaming FayTV, its government access channel, on smart TVs and streaming devices.Learn More
Fayetteville Redevelopment Commission
City Council Work Session
Mayor declares State of Emergency
Mayor Mitch Colvin signed a State of Emergency Declaration for the City of Fayetteville. The State of Emergency takes effect at 7 p.m. today Monday, August 3. Please view the official document which is attached to this email message.
Update: Changes to City services due to forecast
Fayetteville City leaders announced changes to City services based on the forecast for Isaias.
City services likely affected by Isaias
With the approach of Isaias, which is expected to affect our region beginning this evening and into Tuesday morning, there is a possibility of City services being affected. Citizens are asked to follow City updates on the platforms listed below for the latest updates.