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The City requires taxicab, limousine, and non-motorized passenger companies to obtain a company permit approved by the City Council known as the Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity. Applicants must apply through the Police Department and be presented on application to the City Council. Once that certificate is approved by the City Council, additional permits are then required through the Police Department, and these vary depending on Certificate Type. You can contact the Police Department at 479-575-8355 to begin the permitting process.
Rental car service permits are remitted to the Accounting Division. You may contact Accounting at 479-575-8287 to request a form or fill one out online. Rental Car Service Privilege
This fee covers the spay or neuter, microchipping, rabies vaccination, booster shots, de-worming, and flea and tick treatment. We test our dogs for heartworms and our cats for feline leukemia. Considering everything that is included, our adoption fee is a great deal. Taking a "free" pet from a newspaper ad or friend can cost up to three times as much on basic health services at a veterinary clinic.
However, the services provided by Fayetteville Animal Services are in no way intended to be a substitution for regular professional veterinary care. Also, by adopting from our shelter, you not only save the life of that animal, you support our services so that we can continue to care for abandoned, stray, injured, and sick animals. For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
Care should be taken to avoid situations that place your pet in contact with wild animals. Because there is a possibility that any strange animal may not have been vaccinated, adults should caution children to use care when around strange and unknown animals. All dogs and cats in the State of Arkansas are required by law to be vaccinated against rabies. A veterinarian licensed by the State of Arkansas must administer this vaccination.It is important that your dog or cat receive a rabies vaccination. For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
This also gives you time to purchase the items you need such as collars, leashes, food, bowls, litter boxes, dog houses, and pet carriers. If a pet is already spayed or neutered, you may be able to take the animal home sooner. For more information, contact the Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
Because we take in sick, behaviorally unsound and very old animals, we cannot place all of them in homes. If the animal is aggressive or has an illness/injury that will take major resources, we are committed to providing humane euthanasia. For more information, contact the Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
We do not provide a service to pick up owned animals that have passed. If your animal has passed away you can bring the animal to the shelter during normal operating hours and we will dispose of the animal for a fee based on the size of the animals. Please call Animal Services 479-444-3456 for inquiries.
If your pet becomes ill or injured, you should call your veterinarian or the one nearest to you. Local veterinarians' phone numbers are listed in the yellow pages of the phone book under the heading "Veterinarians".
For after-hours emergencies, most veterinarians leave a message on their answering machine giving you a number to call to contact a veterinarian on emergency call. The Animal Emergency Clinic of Northwest Arkansas is located in Springdale and open from 6pm-7am. Their phone number is 479-927-0007. Animal Emergency Clinic of Northwest Arkansas
Foster parents will bring animals into their homes to care for while trying to find a forever home for that animal. This gives us more space and you get to take an active part in our adoption process. We have new volunteer orientation every other Thursday at 5:30pm here at the shelter. Contact the Animal Services at 479-444-3456 to find out when the next meeting will be.
Download a volunteer application and email it to Animal Services or stop by the shelter to pick up and application. For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456. Volunteer Application
Financial donations may be earmarked to help fund our spay and neuter program or any other purpose you would prefer. For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
Any chip that is purchased from Animal Services will be registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC) for you. Any change in address or phone numbers should be reported to Animal Services pursuant to Fayetteville city code chapter 92. The City of Fayetteville is not responsible for ensuring that your information is kept current.
Also, a microchip will prove that your pet is not a stray. If we have an animal that we know has an owner, we will hold onto the animal for five days longer than we do strays. You must register your pet's microchip with the City of Fayetteville. There is no fee to register the chip with the City, however there is a $20.00 fee for the service. You can bring your pet to the Shelter to be microchipped any time we are open.
You can download a microchip registration form by using the provided link, print it, and mail it to:
Animal Services1640 S. Armstrong AveFayetteville, AR 72701
For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456. Microchip Registration Form (PDF)
Approximately 1 in 3 pets will get lost at some point in their lives. Without wearing proper identification, 90% of them will not be returned. For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
Animals found running at large may be impounded which could result in impound fees and other fines. If you take your dog or cat for a walk, he/she must stay on leash the entire time. For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
Dogs that are chained are at risk of choking. Alternatives include purchasing or building a kennel run that is at least ten feet by ten feet per dog and crate training indoors. Trolley systems are a good alternative, but owners must be home while pets are utilizing the system. For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
Trolley systems allow your pet to exercise while in a contained area. However, trolley systems are to be used only when you are on the premises. For more information, contact Animal Services at 479-444-3456.
Ross Executive Aviation can be reached at 479-973-2759 or 479-251-1998 and is located on Drake Field.
Grace Flight of America can be reached at 1-888-500-0433. Angel Flight Incorporated can be reached 1-800-989-2602. Grace Flight of America
Devol AviationPhone: 479-527-9661
Wings Avionics IncorporatedPhone: 479-587-0005
After hours service is available for a fee of $75 per line staff needed. You may arrange a callout by calling 479-443-4343.
You can also call us directly to contact the rental companies on your behalf at (479-443-4343)
$160,000 x 20% = $32,000 assessed valuation$32,000 divided by $100 = $320 x $0.23 = $73.60
Yes. Any individual landlord who rents/leases out three(3) or more residential single family dwelling units(i.e. A Duplex = 2 dwelling units), or any(1 or more) commercial, industrial or institutional property is required to obtain a business license.
Step 2. For both occupied and unoccupied lots, the property owner is sent a certified letter regarding the violation.
A Code Compliance activity book is available at our offices.
Code Compliance is also available to do presentations to school groups, community groups and organizations. To request a presentation call 479-575-8260.
If you are the defendant, you should follow the above procedure for the plaintiff. If you do not wish to contest the plaintiff's claim, you may settle with the plaintiff before your trial date and have the plaintiff dismiss the action so that no judgment may be awarded by default. You may answer the claim by denying that you owe the money, and you may file an Answer and Affirmative Relief Form if you feel that the plaintiff may owe you money. Your Answer and Affirmative Relief Form must be filed with the court prior to 48 hours of the time set for your trial.
However, the CodeRED Weather Warning is an optional service offered by this system. We use only the enrollment database that you signed up to on the web site for the automatic severe weather alerts. Automatic severe weather alerts are only reaching you by your preferred methods (phone call, text, and email) and only to the information you specified. You can log back into the system and remove them or change them on the web site here: www.fayetteville-ar.gov/notifyme
Foot-Meter Conversion Factors:
Both values• 0.304 800 609 6012and• 0.3048are correct factors that can be used for converting feet to meters.
How is it possible to have two values for the same conversion? To gain an understanding of how this is possible, and why it is allowed to continue, it is necessary to take a brief look at the history of the metric system within the United States.
The metric system was developed during the French Revolution in the late 1700's. It was first promoted in the United States by Thomas Jefferson and in 1866 the US Congress officially recognized the metric system as a legal system of units. In 1893, the Office of Weights and Measures (now the National Bureau of Standards), fixed the value of the U.S. "yard" in terms of the meter as follows:• 1 yard = 3600/3937 meter or 1 yard = 0.914 401 8288 meterthis relation is equivalent to:• 1 foot = 12/39.37 meter or 1 foot = 0.304 800 609 6012 meter
Unfortunately, other nations used a slightly different conversion factor. To solve this deviation, a refinement was made in the definition of the yard to bring the US yard and the yard used in other countries into agreement. In 1959 the national standards laboratories of the English-speaking nations agreed to standardize the relation between the yard and the meter as follows:
• 1 yard = 0.9144 meter• 1 foot = 0.3048 meter• 1 inch = 25.4 millimeter
The new length of yard is shorter by exactly two parts in a million.
At the same time it was decided that any data in feet derived from and published as a result of geodetic surveys within the U.S. would remain with the old standards (1 foot = 12/39.37 meter) pending any further decisions. This foot measurement is called the U.S. Survey foot.
This then, is how we came to have two values for foot-meter conversions. One value, (1 foot = 12/39.37 meter), should be used when converting a measurement that is based on geodetic surveys. The other value, (1 foot = 0.3048 meter), should be used for any other conversions that are not related to geodetic data. Whichever value is used, it should be used consistently throughout that project.
Boating: A boating permit for each boat must be purchased before its use on Lake Fayetteville or Lake Sequoyah. All state laws governing boats apply.
Fishing. All fishing shall be done only from the bank or boat. No wading, swimming, or belly boats shall be permitted in all City Lakes. All AG&F regulations apply and licenses are required.
Annual Boating and Fishing permit• Over 65 and Veterans - $40.00• Ages 16-64 - $50.00
Daily Boating and Fishing permit • Over 65 and Veterans - $5.00• Ages 16-64 - $6.00
Annual Fishing/Use permit • Over 65 and Veterans - $20.00• Ages 16-64 - $30.00
Daily Fishing/Use permit • Over 65 and Veterans - $2.00• Ages 16-64 - $3.00• Under 16 (with permitted adult) - Free
Annual Non-motorized Boating permit (canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, inflatables, sailboats)• Per patron, nontransferable - $20.00
Daily Non-motorized Boating permit (canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, inflatables, sailboats)• Per patron, nontransferable - $ 3.00
Annual Boat Docking permit• City of Fayetteville resident – $250.00• Non City of Fayetteville resident - $325. 00
Lake Fayetteville, Lake Sequoyah, and Lake Wilson shall be open to the public throughout the year from sunrise to sunset daily and shall be closed each day from sunset to sunrise. Exceptions include:
• Lake Fayetteville and Lake Sequoyah shall be closed on Thanksgiving Day and from sunset on December 23rd through January 14th.• The Director of the Parks and Recreation Department is authorized to extend the operating hours of a lake when reasonable and necessary to accommodate a tournament, special event, or seasonal weather conditions
You can also check for warrants by using the Warrant Search quick link on the police department's home page. Warrants Division
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An RFP (Request for Proposals) or RFQ (Request for Qualifications) is used more where price is a consideration, but not the most weighted factor. Other factors considered include: 1. Qualifications in Relation to Specific Project to be Performed 2. Experience, Competence, and Capacity for Performance 3. Work Method and Location of Facilities 4. Past Performance 5. Price (not considered in an RFQ)
RFQ's are only done for architectural, engineering and legal services.