Choose any of the maps below to learn more about Fayetteville. These maps are designed to work on your computer, tablet, or phone using any standard browser.
My Fayetteville Services - Discover services available at your home address – or any other in Fayetteville -- including the recycling/trash pickup day, schools, zoning, City council representative, flood zone, and neighborhood organizations. You can also locate and get directions to parks and trails, library, fire and police stations, hospitals, post offices, and other civic sites.
Historic Sites - Sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including historic districts and buildings. See pictures and additional information by clicking a feature on the map.
Land Records - Contours, city's monuments, easements, rights-of-way, city-owned property, plat pages, U.S. Geological Survey 7.5-minute quadrangles and Public Land Survey System (township - range - section).
Master Street Plan - Master Street Plan based on the 2030 Master Plan and the Downtown Master Street Plan documents
Parking - Contains public and private parking lots, parking spaces, and other parking infrastructure
Parks & Trails - City's parks, trail system, on-street bike facilities, and sidewalks
Utilities - Water, sanitary sewer, and storm water features.
Wards & Neighborhoods - Ward boundaries, also known as aldermanic districts. Additionally, this map includes active neighborhood associations.
Zoning - Official zoning map, including Hillside / Hilltop Overlay District, as well as links to Master Plan areas.
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