The purpose of the study effort is to present options for sustainable funding for stormwater management, to reduce flooding, and protect water quality. As part of the study the consultant will:
The funding needed for stormwater management will be based on the desired level of service; therefore, citizen feedback is an important part of the study process, and your participation is encouraged.
A survey and other public engagement opportunities will be launched soon on Speak Up Fayetteville, the City's public engagement portal.
First Public Input SessionThursday, September 20, 20185:30 – 7:00 p.m.Ozark Natural Foods Community Room1554 N. College Ave.
Information SessionDrop by to review educational boards and learn how to sign up to take the survey:Saturday, September 22, 20188:00 a.m. to noonFayetteville Farmers' Market
View the Extent and Level of Service as presented to the Special Council Committee on August 31, 2018.
View the Sustainable Stormwater Management Plan update as presented to City Council July 31, 2018.
Please see the presentation by City Engineer Chris Brown that details all of the potential projects in this presentation given to the City Council in June.