City of Fayetteville
About Fayetteville's City Government
Fayetteville, Arkansas, is the 3rd largest city in the State of Arkansas and is the largest city in Arkansas with a Mayor / Council form of government. In this system, the City Council sets city policy by passing ordinances and resolutions. The Council also determines the city budget and appoints and removes certain board and commission members.
Elected officials for the City of Fayetteville are:
- Mayor (4-year term elected by the people of Fayetteville at-large)
- City Council (4-year terms elected by City ward, with two representatives of each ward who run in staggered elections with each position 1 from a ward up for election at the same time and each position 2 from a ward elected at the same time). Click here to view a map that can help you determine which ward you live in.
- City Attorney (4-year term elected at large)
- City Clerk Treasurer (4-year term elected at large)
- District Court Judge (4-year term elected at large)
Fayetteville's City Hall is located at 113 W. Mountain Street in downtown Fayetteville. The City Hall building houses the Mayor's office, City Council Chambers, the City Clerk's office, Human Resources, and Utility Billing Department, and other offices.
Other City Departments
For a full listing of City of Fayetteville Departments with links to additional information, click here to view the City's website.