Greater Haymount Area Study Meeting – City of Fayetteville

(From city memo & website)

Upcoming Community Workshop- You Are Invited!

As part of the City’s ongoing comprehensive planning initiative, we invite you to come and participate in a Community Workshop. The purpose of the Workshop is to bring together residents, business owners and other community members to help build consensus and create a vision for the future of Haymount. This vision will serve as a “road map” with direction on key issues that will impact the future of Haymount and Fayetteville.

We want to hear from you!

Thursday, October 6, 2016
5:30 – 7:00 P.M.
In “Uptown Haymount”
Highland Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall (entrance located off of Highland Av. near Arsenal Av.)
111 Highland Avenue, Fayetteville 28305

Comprehensive Study

The Greater Haymount Area Study is one of a series of sub-area plans being generated as part of the City of Fayetteville’s ongoing comprehensive planning initiative. The work is being done in-house by City staff.

Over the summer, City staff worked with a stakeholders group to identify issues and possible solutions for this area. This study is especially timely and pertinent, given a number of factors, including but not limited to the recent fire at the Haymount Grill and consideration of the proposed Civil War History Center.

The Study Area includes the greater Haymount area. Boundaries are basically Bragg Blvd. to the north; Robeson St. to the east; Morgan St. to the south; and Churchill Rd. to the west.

  • What makes Haymount great?
  • What is missing?
  • Powerpoint Presentation– Introduction
  • How can we make Uptown Haymount safer for cars and pedestrians alike? 
  • How can we make Haymount more walkable and pedestrian friendly?  
  • How do we maintain the neighborhood character? 
  • How do we compel visitors to our museums to stay and discover the area?
  • Study Maps generated: (July 2016):

To view the proposed Greater Haymount Area Study, please click below ↓

http://fayettevillenc.gov/government/city-departments/planning-code-enforcement/greater-haymount-area-plan

 

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