About Projects

Projects are a collection of communication elements on this site and allow Fayetteville OutFront to gather public input using a variety of channels - Forums, Discussions, Meetings, and Surveys. Weigh-in on a larger initiative in your community by participating in an online Project.

The Fayetteville-Cumberland Human Relations Commission is now accepting nominations for the 2014 Recognition Banquet, scheduled for Thursday, March 20 at 6 p.m. at Snyder Memorial Baptist Church, located at 701 Westmont Drive. The purpose of the banquet is to publicly recognize residents and organizations who have been actively involved in improving human and race relations in Cumberland County.

Nomination forms can be emailed, faxed or mailed by Friday, Feb. 7 to the Fayetteville-Cumberland Human Relations Department. A nomination form can be downloaded by visiting FayettevilleOutFront.com/projects/human-relations-2014-recognition-banquet. Categories for awards include: • Commission/Organization Award • Industry/Business Award • Fayetteville-Cumberland Human Relations Commission Humanitarian Award • Ester Dept and Mary McAllister Individual Award • Inez Easley Educator Award • Alphonso McCoy Youth Award • Religious Leader Award

Dr. James Anderson, Chancellor for Fayetteville State University, is the banquet’s keynote speaker. Sonny Kelly, Director of Operations and Programs for Fayetteville Urban Ministry will be the Master of Ceremonies.

Persons wanting to nominate a person or group for the awards may contact any Human Relations Commissioner of staff person for information. Tickets to the banquet are $40 each. To purchase tickets or for more information, contact the Fayetteville-Cumberland Human Relations Department at (910) 433-1696.

The City of Fayetteville is in the process of redesigning the website, www.CityofFayetteville.org to make it more responsive, meet the needs of the community, and to make the website more functional regardless of whether you are accessing it from a computer or a smartphone.

Your feedback is important. Your responses and input are important in designing a website that the community can be proud of. Information you provide will be used by designers in building a website that meets your needs as a citizens and as a customer. 

Please take a moment to participate in the survey, share your ideas in the forums and by browsing some of the different web designs possibilities. 

 

Community Conversation - "Working Together for Fayetteville's Success" - is an inclusive dialogue process consisting of a carefully constructed conversation that includes a diverse and broad representation of Fayetteville residents. The Community Conversation will bring together Fayetteville residents, local officials, law enforcement, community organizations and others to participate in honest and transparent conversations.

Building upon positive results from past efforts of Fayetteville’s Study Circles process that focused on various issues, this new effort will work towards creating and implementing a sustainable public engagement process for our City. Please come back regularly to participate in the online discussion or to find out more details about upcoming events.

For additional information or to register by phone, please contact the Fayetteville-Cumberland Human Relations Department at (910) 433-1696.

The Fayetteville Community Conversation series is being coordinated and implemented by the City of Fayetteville, the Fayetteville-Cumberland Human Relations Department and the Fayetteville-Cumberland Ministerial Council, in partnership with local organizations and institutions.

Project: Earth Hour

On March 29, 2014, the City of Fayetteville will participate in Earth Hour by turning off all City facilities' lights from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Earth Hour is an annual worldwide event sponsored by the World Wildlife Federation. More information about the event can be found at www.earthhour.org.

Project: Safe Streets

Leaders with the City of Fayetteville are working closely with stakeholders in the community to address the problem of crime. On April 11, 2014, the City hosted the Safe Streets Symposium, an event that invites organizations, agencies and individuals invested in the betterment of our community to come together to discuss how to make Fayetteville and Cumberland County a safer community.

Members of the community are invited to participate in the discussion and find ways of improving our community. Updates from the symposium will be posted here as well. Please take a moment to participate in the forums. Your input will play a role in helping to improve our community.

The 440th Airlift Wing located at Pope Field has been slated for deactivation under the proposed Air Force budget. The 440th Airlift Wing is a critical component in the high level training and timely deployment of our Airborne and Special Operations forces. Additionally, the deactivation will impact approximately 1600 jobs in our community and $77.8 million could be removed from our local economy.

On behalf of the residents of the City of Fayetteville and in unified support of our military soldiers and airmen, a resolution is available for residents to sign that expresses opposition to the deactivation of the 440th Airlift Wing and petitions Congress to modify the Air Force budget to preserve the 440th Airlift Wing.

To include your name with the resolution and show your support for keeping the 440th Airlift Wing at Pope Army Airfield, click here http://fayettevilleoutfront.com/surveys/save-the-440th-citizen-resolution

We want to hear from you about they type of shows and topics you would like to see on FayTV7, the City of Fayetteville's government access channel. FayTV7 can be viewed online at www.FayTV7.com or on Channel 7 on Time Warner Cable. 

On this project page, you can participate in forums related to specific shows and show your support for suggested shows and topics. There are several shows that air on FayTV7 and each show will have a dedicated forum where you can join in the conversation. 

We look forward to hearing from you. 

As the City of Fayetteville continues to grow and thrive, the City Council looks to chart a course with a strategic plan which articulates a vision for our community’s future that will ensure vitality and sustainability.  The City of Fayetteville is guided by a comprehensive strategic planning process. City Council meets annually to refine the items that comprise the City’s strategic plan and to ensure that it is reflective of the changing needs of our growing community.

 

 

In light of recent events, there has been dialogue among members of the community regarding the use of the image of the Market House in the City Seal. The Mayor, and City Council would like to hear how you feel about the current City Seal, the Market House and what it means to the community.

Please take a moment to participate in a brief survey and share your thoughts. Please also take a moment to participate in a forum and share your thoughts on the issue.

You can participate in the survey by visiting:City Seal and the Market House